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PREVIEW 6:45 AM CST
Renewing one of the NHL's more underrated rivalries, the Dallas Stars (9-8-1) head to Music City tonight for a clash with the Nashville Predators (8-6-5). The game starts at 7:00 p.m. CST and will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network.
This is the first of three meetings between the teams this season, and the first of two in Nashville. Last year, the teams evenly...
BEST OF MAXIM
There is nothing more enjoyable as a fan than to see a player grow up before your very eyes. And in the last four years we have had the chance in Dallas to witness the growth of Jamie Benn at a rapid pace and seemingly on the elevator to greatness.
This week was clearly no exception as he had a very memorable stretch of games, including one of those nights - on Saturday against...
Barry Trotz provides and update on injured veterans Paul Gaustad and Hal Gill...
The Nashville Predators look to snap their losing streak Monday night at home against the Dallas Stars. The Predators have a record of 8-6-5 and ranked 6th in the Western Conference with 21 points. The Stars have a record of 9-8-1 and ranked 9th in the Western Conference with 19 points.
Nashville needs to win this game, or could find themselves on the outside looking in once...
Dallas Stars (9-8-1, 19 pts) @ Nashville Predators (8-6-5, 21 pts)
7:00 PM CT
Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
The Predators – 6th in the West
Goals – 30th, Goals Against – 3rd, Power Play – 25th, Penalty Kill – 7st
If there was one team that an injury depleted Stars defense would want to play, it’s the Nashville Predators.
Michael Ryder is on his way back to the Montreal Canadiens.
TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported via Twitter on Tuesday that the Habs have acquired Ryder in a trade with the Dallas Stars. According to McKenzie, forward Erik Cole heads to Dallas in exchange for Ryder. It’s unclear at this point whether or not there are any more parts to this deal.
Ryder broke into the league with Montreal...
By: Miranda Martin Miranda@PredneckNation.com It was starting to look like the Nashville Predators were on to something on the scoring front. After averaging just 21 shots per game in the first quarter of the season, the Predators knew they were going to need to start shooting for the victories. Out of the first 12 games alone, five of the Predator’s ...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Blood oozed down Predators captain Shea Weber's face after a high stick clipped him close to his nose, though officials didn't call a penalty.
So his teammates helped him take out his pain on the Dallas Stars.
Roman Josi scored his second goal 28 seconds into overtime and the Predators rallied from a 4-2 deficit to beat the Stars 5-4 Monday night...
Where do the Predators rank in the latest installment of our Western Conference Power Rankings?
Today is a day of trades. Just hours after it was announced that Philadelphia had traded for Simon Gagne, Montreal and Dallas complete a trade that sends Erik Cole to the Stars and Michael Ryder up to the Canadiens.
The Ryder/Cole deal was confirmed by TSN's Bob McKenzie.
No offense to the Philadelphia / LA trade earlier today, but this is a trade with some substance...
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Being the fifth game back in action since his knee injury to Anaheim on January 26th, it was high time for Hornqvist to find the back of the net. 14 periods and 26 shots later, it couldn’t have come at a better time.
Hornqvist’s 5-on-3 goal, the first two-man advantage goal of the season for Nashville, helped the Predators inch back...
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It’s February 25th, 19 games played…do you know where your Nashville Predators are?
In this wacky 48-game season, that’s a tricky question to answer for any team. When you look at the way the Predators’ results have taken shape, it becomes downright baffling.
By their own admission, and by the observation of even the slightly objective fan ...
The Stars swapped veteran goal scoring wingers with the Canadiens today, shipping Michael Ryder out and bringing Erik Cole in. Ryder was signed as a UFA on July 1, 2011. He exploded for a career high last season with 35 goals, finding chemistry with Jamie Benn and Loui Eriksson for most of the season. The [...]
PREVIEW 12:45 PM CST
Coming off a disappointing 5-4 overtime loss in Nashville, the Dallas Stars (9-8-2) head to eastern time zone tonight to play the Columbus Jackets (5-12-2). The game starts at 6:00 p.m. CST and will be televised locally on Fox Sports Southwest.
Dallas' problems in the second half of back-to-back games have been well-documented. Thus far in the lockout...
The Nashville Predators were shutout once again for the second straight night as they fall 4-0 to the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena.
Unable to convert on the many chances they had, the Predators couldn’t put a shot past Jimmy Howard, who recorded his first shutout of the season by stopping all 33 shots that came his way.
Not only did Nashville lose the game, but...
Dallas Stars (9-8-2, 20 pts) @ Columbus Blue Jackets (5-12-2, 12 pts)
6:00 PM CT
Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
The Blue Jackets – 15th in the West
Goals – 30th, Goals Against – 20th, Power Play – 28th, Penalty Kill – 9th
What’s to say about the Blue Jackets? They’re still very very bad and are wallowing at the bottom of the NHL standings...