Puck Talk Live Podcast – Episode 60: 2020-21 Nashville Predators Breakdown

Nashville Predators breakdown

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Puck Talk Live Podcast – Episode 60: 2020-21 Nashville Predators Breakdown

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On episode 60, Logan, Raffi, and Noah do a 2020-21 Nashville Predators breakdown, analyzing their offence, defence, goaltending, front office, and their future. But first, they give their thoughts on the recent firing of Claude Julien by the Montreal Canadiens. They all believe it was necessary for the Canadiens, as a shake-up like that can motivate players, as well as bring a new system to the team.

Moving to the Predators, the boys break down each of the team’s parts. Starting with the coach, they discuss why John Hynes is not the fit for the team right now, even though he is not to blame for most of the team’s problems. However, there is a clear system issue, as shown in the offence. With very few depth scoring options, their offence lacks consistency and chemistry. Their defence is solid led by Roman Josi, but gives up so many high danger chances that the goaltenders struggle. The starting goalie, Juuse Saros, has been majorly underperforming, and Pekka Rinne is old and not capable of taking a starting job. Stay tuned next week for another episode of the podcast!

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Who are Logan, Raffi, and Noah? Put simply, they are three high school friends who bonded over their strong love for hockey, and decided to share their thoughts with the world via podcast. All three are die-hard Blackhawks fans, but Logan also cheers for the Hurricanes and Raffi also roots for the Bruins. You can find Logan and Noah’s articles on https://lastwordonsports.com/hockey/

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