Originally posted on The Predatorial  |  Last updated 9/14/13
Before the lockout-shortened season began last year, Nashville found a particular name floating on the waiver wire, a player they knew they wanted to take a chance on. Fast forward nearly nine months to the day and Rich Clune still can’t be thankful enough for the opportunity from the Predators. “Nashville took a chance on me last year and I want to be here. When they approached my agent about signing an extension, it was a no-brainer. If anything, it gives me confidence, confidence in myself and that I belong here. They believe in me and what kind of player that I am and what I’ll be here in a couple of years. I think in a couple of years, it’s my goal to be the best at what I do in the league. I think that every team will want me,” said Predators forward Rich Clune. Signing a two-year, $1.7 million extension on July 17th, Clune had no intention on making the Predators wait before he re-upped with the organization. “A lot of people ask me ‘Why did I sign an extension right away? W...
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