Found June 02, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
News out of Nashville of the Preds and Ryan Suter having talks and making some progress...Will he stay in Nashville? I am still sticking with my belief that Nashville is the team most out front in the Suter race, however when I look at where Suter signs I would put Nashville at 45% and "The Field" (Detroit, Minnesota, Colorado) at 55%. I had a very interesting talk with a source late last n...
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