No games? No problem. Jim and Adam still have plenty to talk about including if/when the NHL starts up again. Plus, another draft pick decides to go back to school. We've seen this movie before.
The Preds were uncharacteristically quiet during the NHL's trade deadline. Meaning this is the team the front office believes can carry it to the post season. But hey, at least the Preds didn't lose to a 41-year old Zamboni driver, right?
The trade deadline is less than two weeks away. So what will the Predators do? Well, it kinda depends on what happens between now and then. Jim and Adam explain.
"The Grim Reaper" joins the show live from Neighbors Germantown talking about his new book, a few hockey stories and the role fighting plays in today's game.
Lots of movement on and behind the bench to try to get something... anything... going for the Preds. So how's all that working out? Adam and Jim discuss.
The Preds did what the Preds have been doing all season - but this time, it was on a HUGE stage (with pig races to boot). Jim and Adam talk about where the team goes from here.
The Predators are entering a crucial stretch of games that may determine if the team makes the post season or not. Good thing Kyle Turris is back on the ice (for now at least).
The Preds wrapped up their longest road trip of the year with... mixed results. Jim and Adam take a road trip of their own to West Nashville to discuss.
In which Jim keeps forgetting what holiday has just passed and Adam does his best to explain the Watson contract announcement timing. Anything but re-living the game against the Flames!
Any show can give you #fancystats, but how many give you a caloric count? Only Jim and Adam dare to venture into these un-charted waters.
Adam plays hurt while he and Jim discuss Filip's injury and Kyle Turris' status with the team.
Preds fans all know how good Filip Forsberg is. But when compared to his contemporaries, he looks... even better. Jim and Adam discuss. Plus, more Pedal Tavern talk!
The Preds came out of the gates on fire for their season opener. And we all know just who (or what) we can thank for that...
Just like the Predators, the show has some new additions to their roster. Adam Vingan from The Athletic joins the show to preview the 2019-20 season.
There are no days off for John and Jim as they take a look at all the moves the Pred's have made this summer and what they mean not just for next season but for several seasons to come.
The Preds are out in the First Round?!?!?! So, what happened? John and Jim do their best to explain and what may happen moving forward.
It's the Preds and the Stars in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. John and Jim try to answer the toughest question going into this series: will anyone actually score?
The race in the Central is tight, and the Preds are fighting for position. Who will be their first-round foe? How will Coach Laviolette juggle the lines moving forward? And should Soros see more ice time? John and Jim discuss.
The Preds recent stretch of results don't bode well for a deep playoff run especially with their upcoming stretch of games. However, it is a stretch to assume they won't make the postseason.
The trade deadline has passed, and the Preds have some new additions. How will the new pieces fit in for a post-season run? John and Jim have some thoughts.
The NHL trade deadline is looming. Who might be coming and/or going? John and Jim speculate in this episode.
GM David Poile is busy before the trade deadline (what else is new?). How will the new additions blend into the team's lineup? Jim and John are talking about it here.
The All Star Break and the Bye Week have the guys talking about the high points (First Line) and low points (Power Play) of the season so far.
Adam Vignan of The Athletic fills in for John Glennon. Jim and Adam are still buzzing over the team's big win over the Caps but also look ahead at the showdown against the Jets.
Thanks to key guys coming back from injuries, the Preds seem to be righting the ship. Plus, get ready for all P.K., all the time.
Another week, another injury. The long list is contributing to the team's road woes as well.
Injuries to key starters is forcing others to step up. Plus, the the Pekka workload a sign of no confidence for Saros?
The guys are in a giving mood this holiday season, so they have a few gifts they'd like to give a few of the players.
Can the Preds sustain their torrid pace? And which team names are the most (and least) fierce in the NHL?
How will the Preds handle Pekka's pending free agency? And when will Eeli Tolvanen get "the call"?
An injury to Rinne means the Preds will have to ride Saros for the foreseeable future. Plus, did we actually see a lighter side of Lavy?
The Preds are off to a hot start thanks to the usual suspects. Jim gets so excited, the expletives fly!
Jim and John review the first week of the season and the messages the team is trying to send to itself and the rest of the league.
The Predators' preseason games are over, and the regular season is right around the corner. John John Glennon and Jim Diamond as they chat about the team's final roster, season predictions and spirit animals.
Training camp opens this week and John and Jim are on it! They've got all the story lines you should be following as the Preds look to improve on last season.
A special off-season episode of "Southern Fried" features John and Jim talking draft, who to watch for in the Preds rookie camp and what happened between the Caps and head coach Barry Trotz.
The Predators are well into their offseason. So what do they need to do to get to where they want to go? John and Jim weigh in.
The Preds season has come to an end - much sooner than expected. So what went wrong? John and Jim start the post mortem here.
The Predators have their hands full in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. But remember, they are playing the second-best team in the League because... NHL.
The two best teams in the West face-off in Round... 2??? Because.... NHL. John and Jim preview the Preds/Jets matchup.
The Predators are on the verge of advancing in the Stanley Cup playoffs, but there are still a lot of question marks. Namely, why so in love with the penalty box?
John and Jim get you ready for round one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. What are the keys for the Predators versus the Avalanche? Which players are poised to break out? And who will sing the Anthem before Game One?
The refs (the ones in Toronto, not the ones on the ice) make a crucial call agains the Preds. How much of an effect will it have on the team's march to the postseason? Jim and John discuss.
A recent skid by the Preds is no cause for concern. How the remaining regular-season games will play out. And what to do (if anything) with Eeli Tovanen. John and Jim have it all in this episode.
With the Preds cruising to the post-season, John and Jim turn their attention to other pressing matters: should Pekka win the Vezina? Should Tolvenan be added to the lineup? Who has the best fried food item in Nashville?
The Predators are rolling. They have the best record in the league and are in line for the President's Cup. But is that hardware something they really want? John and Jim discuss in this episode.