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TSN analyst and former NHL GM Craig Button agrees that entertaining trade offers for the No. 4 pick isn't the greatest idea for the Predators...
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The second installment in our series takes a look at the Nashville Predators. They found themselves as the prey more often than the Predator in 2013. Full stats are at the bottom of the article.
Team Name: Nashville Predators
Record: 16-23-9, fifth in Central Division, no playoffs
Player of the Season: David Legwand C
Legwand led the team with 12 goals and 13 assists. He was the...
The Predators want to get bigger for the 2013-14 season.
They have a number of young players who fit that bill and who played well after being called up from the minors (Milwaukee American Hockey League) late in the season, notably Taylor Beck but also Austin Watson and Filip Forsberg.
This trio may yet turn out to be very good NHL players, but there is a difference between waiting...
Photo by: The Windsor Star
Around twenty minutes into the start of the draft, the Nashville Predators will be on the clock to select their franchise player who could help them win the Stanley Cup for the first time in the future. Likely the top three prospects—Jonathan Drouin, Seth Jones and Nathan MacKinnon—have been already selected, in no particular order, leaving...
Nashville Predators GM, David Poile and AGM Paul Fenton have issued a statement to the rest of their NHL frat buddies, like the Buffalo Sabres, who are committed to the idea of moving up into the Rodeo Drive (top five) district:
If you want to play, you've got to pay.
Earlier this week at the NHL prospects combine in Toronto, the Colorado Avalanche and Florida Panthers...