Found June 02, 2013 on Razzball Hockey:
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 main scoring threat from a fantasy perspective on a very balanced team. Only two other Predators even hit double-digit goals (Mike Fisher-10 and Gabriel Bourque-11). Breakout of the Season: Bourque He came from nowhere to net 11 goals and nearly matched his rookie point total of 19 from a year ago. Bourque also added three power play goals and a shorthanded one so he looks to be a sneaky asset on special teams. Disappointment of the Season: Pekka Rinne Fantasy owners of Rinne got the goaltender they thought they were getting as Rinne made a ton of appearances. But he didn’t have the expected success that has...
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