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In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Brewhouse South, Jeremy and Codey discuss the Nashville Predators’ current four-game win streak and many other topics. The real gem of the first segment, however, is the sound bite of Head Coach Barry Trotz telling you how he really feels about captain Shea Weber’s lack of production. One of the most popular things we’ve done in the past on The 303:30 is our blogger roundtable discussions. So we wanted to bring that back this week. We asked Robby Stanley of Smashville 24/7 and Patten Fuqua of Puck Scene to join us for a segment and they were excited to do so. We then spent a few minutes with Chris Parker, Predators SVP and Chief of Sales & Marketing, talking about all the delicious (and creative) food items at Bridgestone Arena concession stands. You can even print out a concession stand map HERE. We close out the show by answer YOUR questions in our Social Media Mailbag segment! As always, we encourage you to follow us on Twitter and ...
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