West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio – week two

Stu Grimson and Michael Russo guest on West Coast Bias.

Week two of the newest show on NHL Network Radio is on the air! Jonathan Davis and I are back with the latest edition of West Coast Bias, where we were joined by Nashville Predators color analyst Stu Grimson and Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Both guys helped us break down the Central Division and gave us some key points to think about (or debate, take your pick).

During the jam packed two-hour show we also discussed these topics:

Where Sabres co-captain Thomas Vanek is likely headed, Los Angeles Kings v New York Rangers storylines, Alain Vigneault, Brad Richards, Brian Boyle, Teemu Selanne’s final game in Winnipeg, John Tortorella, the Vancouver Canucks taking on the Calgary Flames, the likelihood of Peter Laviolette being fired in Philadelphia, another NHL coach on the hot seat, Charlie Coyle, Dany Heatley, if fighting is going to be removed from the NHL, Seth Jones, Nashville’s scoring woes, St. Louis Blues, Tim Thomas, Chris Stewart, Ken Hitchcock, Pekka Rinne, Alexander Ovechkin, Detroit Red Wings, Jonathan Bernier, Toronto Maple Leafs, Word Association, Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche, Edmonton Olilers, Calgary Flames, Sidney Crosby, Steven Stamkos, Dustin Penner, plus much more… including our playoff predictions – Who will make the playoffs in the East, the West and which two teams will reach the Stanley Cup Final next spring? It’s all right here…

HOUR ONE – Stu Grimson, Michael Russo, Teemu Talk, etc.

HOUR TWO – Rangers/ Kings Preview, Playoff Predictions, etc.

An all new episode of West Coast Bias will air on NHL Network Radio next Sunday, live from the Honda Center in Anaheim – we’ll be on immediately following Bobby Ryan’s return to SoCal, on Mighty Ducks Throwback Night! It all starts at at 8pm PST / 11pm EST. Hope you’ll join us.

BONUS ITEM:

Here’s the original Stu Grimson video we discussed when he was on the line…

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