Nashville Predators

In today’s NHL Rumors rundown, I give my thoughts on some names from Pierre LeBrun’s trade bait list. These names include Ilya Kovalchuk and Chris Kreider. Plus, could the Boston Bruins have interest in Taylor Hall if the New Jersey Devils make him available this season? Related: NHL Rumors: Oilers, Hurricanes, Quick, More LeBrun’s Trade
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Devils and Nischier’s have held preliminary talks Pierre LeBrun: There have been very preliminary contract extension talks between the New Jersey Devils and Nico Hischier‘s camp. It’s very early, but they started to talk. Coyotes not in a rush to trade Goligoski Craig Morgan of The Athletic: (mailbag) Don’t believe the Arizona Coyotes are looking
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In today’s NHL Rumors coverage, we look Sportsnet’s Mike Johnston’s early-season trade candidate list and who was claimed off waivers yesterday. Plus, New York Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton made comments regarding Chris Kreider’s extension talks. Related: NHL Rumors: Sabres, DeBrincat, AHL Expansion, More Sabres Holding Onto Ristolainen? At the top of Johnston’s trade candidate
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In today’s NHL rumors rundown, there is news surrounding the Winnipeg Jets’ negotiations with restricted free agents Kyle Connor and Patrik Laine. There is also news out of Toronto from Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas. Are the Montreal Canadiens serious about dealing Jonathan Drouin? Finally, are the Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues making
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Kyle Turris’ last-ditch effort to wing in Nashville?  Adam Vingan of The Athletic:  It was a year from hell for Kyle Turris. This September, Nashville tried to find the answer in training camp. That included playing Turris on the wing instead of the center position. This is his last chance at playing in the top-six
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Pernell-Karl Subban, known to most as P.K., is one of the most dynamic defensemen in recent memory. His electrifying play on the ice combines with his equally-charismatic personality off-ice into a person who is both beloved and criticized, often at the same time. But regardless of how you view him, he is one of the
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