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Predators Improvements?

Posted 1:01 PM ET | Comments 4
Now that it looks like the Preds sell will actually go to the Local Ownership group, lead by David Freeman, I am interested to hear from you Pred fans as to what moves you think they will make and what moves you would like to see them make. I am referring to on-ice personnel, of course. If you would like to share your ideas on what they should do off-ice as well those comments are welcomed too.
Filed Under:   Nashville   Predators   Preds   Freeman   local owners   moves  
November 28, 2007 2:26 PM ET | Delete
That is a question I've heard a thousand times. I don't really see the new ownership group making any kind of move after they get the team. Maybe something at the tradeline, but nothing extraordinary. With regards to the ticket prices, something needs to change, the prices are simply outlandish.
November 28, 2007 5:05 PM ET | Delete
I disagree that the ticket prices are outlandish but the 'premium pricing' HAS to go. That was an idiotic move that caused the Turkey Day game to fall flat.
November 28, 2007 9:55 PM ET | Delete
More serious marketing. No more advertising just when Pred games are on. That's the most ridiculous marketing plan ever. They need to try their damnedest to get some ad time during Titans games. Reach out to the unconverted, not the choir. And a D-man has to go, I wouldn't be surprised if there are a number of shake ups with a D-man and a forward when Sulli returns.
November 28, 2007 10:05 PM ET | Delete
no major moves. maybe a dman for a decent scorer but no blockbuster. to be honest im thrilled that locals have stepped up but im not all that impressed with freeman. but to be fair he admits he isnt a pr type guy so maybe he just isnt polished with the media. i hope thats it. i would be ecstatic if they spent their time/money tying up the young rfa's and addressing marketing and working on the attendance/corporate problems. not throw this year out altogether but lay the groundwork for a solid future
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