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Prev1 of 1Next In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Copeland Wealth Management, we recap the 2013 NHL Draft for you as we visit with Nashville Predators General Manager David Poile, new Predators Assistant Coach Phil Housley and the number four overall pick himself, Seth Jones.As a special bonus, we had a quick one-on-one chat with NHL pioneer Willie O’Ree at the draft about Jones and we’ll play that for you as well.Remember to follow us all weekend long as we cover the 2013 NHL Draft live from the draft floor in Newark, New Jersey. We’ll have real-time updates via Twitter, extra notable moments on our Facebook page and, of course, coverage of all the happenings on Sunday right here on section303.com. We’ll even be doing a full podcast from the draft floor so look for that Sunday night.Our draft coverage is presented by Copeland Wealth Management. Copeland Wealth Management helps build and maintain wealth through a combination of customized direct investment strategies, trust...
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