Nashville Predators

So in the first few games of the Nashville Predators’ season, the one thing that has usually been their biggest strength has so far been their biggest weakness. I’m talking about their power play. There have been some major issues going on when the Predators get that man advantage, and they haven’t converted, as they
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The Nashville Predators got off to a good start in this abbreviated 2019-20 season with two wins over the Columbus Blue Jackets, scoring eight goals against a notoriously stingy team. Their back-to-back set against the Carolina Hurricanes didn’t quite go as planned, with the first game a 4-2 loss where they looked flat and game two
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The Nashville Predators are in a great situation going into the 2020-21 season in terms of player contracts. Their highest-paid player (Roman Josi) just won the Norris Trophy as the league’s top defenceman, and shows no signs of slowing down at 30 years of age. And with nearly $13 million in cap space, it’s not
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Dan Hamhuis is calling it a career after the Nashville Predators’ qualifying round exit. He will end his career where it began, in “Music City.” Hamhuis is one of those players that, similar to Ottawa Senators’ Chris Phillips, was a high draft pick (in Phillips’ case, first overall) and had a great career, but perhaps
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The Nashville Predators have a deep-rooted relationship with music, after all, it is called “Music City”. On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, former Predators goaltender and current colour commentator, Chris Mason was joined by Slipknot drummer Jay Weinberg in a live stream interview. The interview is the latest connection between the Preds and their town’s most famous
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From the eighth seed in the Western Conference to the Stanley Cup Final, the Nashville Predators provided hockey fans with a wild ride through the 2017 NHL Playoffs. At the center of that playoff run was Filip Forsberg. Forsberg is just one of general manager David Poile’s many great acquisitions over the years. Since arriving
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