The coronavirus has put everything on hold, and that includes all major-league sports. The NHL is near the end of the season and the Nashville Predators are hoping to clinch a playoff spot. The pause has led to many questions about the last 12 games on the schedule and what it means for the wild-card
What you see is what you have. The NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone, with general manager David Poile and the Nashville Predators mainly staying quiet. However, there is one name leaving the Music City – Matt Irwin, but his playing time has been largely nonexistent for the past few months – and the
Shea Weber brought so much joy to Nashville Predators fans over many seasons, but now he might bring so much pain. The long-time captain was one of Nashville’s first legit superstars and he will always have a special place in the hearts of the Smashville faithful, which is why the recent news of his injury
No contract extension talks for Gustafsson Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times: The 28-year old Erik Gustafsson isn’t sure if he’ll be with the Chicago Blackhawks after the February 24th NHL trade deadline. “What happens, happens,” Gustafsson said Tuesday. “If I get traded or stay here, it’s something I have to deal with. But I
Top Priority for the Oilers Ryan Rishaug: Have to believe the top priority for the Edmonton Oilers heading into the trade deadline still has to be a third-line center. Ottawa Senators Jean-Gabriel Pageau would be a great fit for the Oilers but is not sure they’ll want to give up their first-round pick for him.
With the NHL’s Feb. 24th NHL trade deadline less than three weeks away, only a handful of clubs can be considered sellers. That includes those mired at the bottom of the standings, such as the Anaheim Ducks, Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Ottawa Senators, and San Jose Sharks. That number could
A Mikael Granlund hot streak means what now? Adam Vingan of The Athletic: The coaching change rejuvenated Granlund as he has looked much better of late. Is it too little, too late? Watching the forward return to his normal, productive self has to make Nashville scratch their heads. Granlund scored three times in his last
With less than a month until the NHL trade deadline, most teams already know whether they’re buyers or sellers. Are they going to acquire players for a strong cup run? Or are they going to offload their current assets for picks and prospects in preparation for the future? Well, the decision of whether a team
Scouting the Chicago Blackhawks and Winnipeg Jets Charlie Roumeliotis: Scouts listed to attend yesterday’s Blackhawks-Jets game: Edmonton Oilers (2), Montreal Canadiens (2), Ottawa Senators (2), Vegas Golden Knights (2), Boston Bruins, Carolina Hurricanes, Columbus Blue Jackets, Colorado Avalanche, Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Nashville Predators, New York
EDMONTON — Leon Draisaitl had two goals and an assist as the Edmonton Oilers emerged with a 4-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Josh Archibald also scored and Connor McDavid picked up three assists for the Oilers (25-18-5), who have gone 5-1-1 in their last seven outings. Filip Forsberg and
Update: The Nashville Predators have hired John Hynes to be their head coach Predators open for business … Will they be deadline Sellers? Greg Wyshynski of ESPN: Absolutely expect the Nashville Predators to make some trades before the February 24th NHL trade deadline. GM David Poile stated after the Winter Classic that they are “open
Notes on the Predators, Sabres, Penguins, Bruins, and Senators Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun: Nashville Predators GM David Poile has been trying to trade Kyle Turris for the past year. Coach Peter Laviolette could eventually take the fall but Poile said it doesn’t appear to be an option at this time. Former New Jersey
Predators looking to shake things up Sportsnet: Nashville Predators GM David Poile is getting impatient with his struggling team and he’s looking to shake things up. “There’s no question he’s started to bring up the phone lines to see what’s out there, and if things don’t change, the Predators could make some kind of roster
The NHL’s annual trade deadline will be at 3 pm ET on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020. However, several clubs could attempt to make moves well before that date. Non-contenders, such as the Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Kings, could wait until the deadline to maximize the returns on the players they attempt to shop.
In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is news on the NHL having meetings regarding the string of injuries coming from skate cuts, the Edmonton Oilers are making recalls and looking at some trade targets around the NHL and the Nashville Predators may considering trading a struggling forward. The NHL Laceration Task Force After Toronto Maple
Senators could move out some pending UFAs Ken Warren of the Ottawa Sun: The Ottawa Senators have remained competitive for most nights as they deal with a young lineup and injuries. They potentially could have two top-five picks – also own the San Jose Sharks first-round pick. The Senators would get a solid return if
NASHVILLE — Alex Galchenyuk scored his third goal of the season, Tristan Jarry made 30 saves and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the banged-up Nashville Predators 5-2 Friday night. Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) Dominik Simon, Teddy Blueger, Bryan Rust and Juuso Riikola also scored for the Penguins, who have won five
Andersson suspended and his trade value is real low Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The New York Rangers have suspended forward Lias Andersson after he left their AHL affiliate in Hartford. He requested a trade prior to leaving the team. The Rangers have likely been looking to move him prior to his trade request.