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The Nashville Predators reassigned center Chris Mueller to the Milwaukee Admirals in the AHL Sunday afternoon. Mueller played six games while in Nashville and totaled three points (1 goal, 2 assists).
The center filled in for Paul Gaustad on the fourth line and was just as good at faceoffs as Gaustad is. But, because of Gaustad's return from injury Saturday afternoon against the Colorado Avalanche, Mueller was forced to be a scratch along with two other forwards--Mike Fisher (hand) and Bobby Butler.
There appeared to be no room for Mueller due to everyone returning from injury, but if something occurs before too long, he will be Poile and Trotz's go-to guy in Milwaukee.
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The official press release is below.
Nashville, Tenn. (April 2, 2013) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has recalled forward Chris Mueller from Milwaukee (AHL).
Mueller, 27 (3/6/86), posted three points (2g-1a) during a six-game stint with the Predators from March 15-31. The West Seneca, N.Y., native...
By: Miranda Martin With the April 3rd trade deadline looming, many are wondering if the Nashville Predators will make a move. Unfortunately, it’s hard to budge in such a crowded locker room. Earlier in the season, with players like Paul Gaustad, Hal Gill, and Patric Hornqvist on injured reserve, players were being called up from Milwaukee to fill the void. ...
The Nashville Predators looked down and out after the second period in Chicago on Monday night. The Blackhawks had completely dominated the game to that point, and Pekka Rinne was(More here)…
The Nashville Predators start their three game in one week series with the Chicago Blackhawks Monday night in Chi-town. The Predators have a record of 14-14-7 with 35 points and ranked 12th in the Western Conference. The Blackhawks are ranked 1st in the Western Conference with 55 points and a record of 26-5-3. Puck drops at 7:30pm CT.
Chris Mueller was recalled to play with the Nashville Predators Tuesday afternoon, prior to their match against the Colorado Avalanche at Bridgestone Arena. This movement was made because of an upper body injury suffered Monday night to Gabriel Bourque.
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If the Nashville Predators want to return to the playoffs, they probably can't afford to lose too many more times to the lowly Colorado Avalanche.
The Predators have already dropped the first two meetings, but have to like their chances Tuesday night as they try to extend the Avalanche's road losing streak to 13 games.
Nashville (14-14-8) is in 11th place in the Western...
The Nashville Predators return home to Bridgestone Arena to take on the Colorado Avalanche. Nashville has a 14-14-8 with 36 points and ranked 11th in the Western Conference. Colorado is ranked 15th in the Western Conference with a record of 12-19-4 and 28 points. Puck drops at 7:07 pm CT/6:07pm CT.
Nashville: Fox Sports Tennessee and 102.5 The Game
The Nashville Predators faceoff against the Colorado Avalanche in a Saturday matinee. Nashville is ranked 9th in the Western Conference with a record of 14-4-6 and 34 points. Colorado has a record of 11-18-4 with 26 points and ranked 15th (last) in the Western Conference. Puck drops at 2:07pm CT/1:07pm MT.
Nashville: Fox Sports Tennessee and 102.5 The...
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The Predators earned a much needed point against the Chicago Blackhawks, but still need to earn the two points from every game while holding the opposition off the scoreboard. It was a hard fought game that saw Chicago jump to a two-goal lead on some bonehead plays (Gill’s icing and Blum’s cheating down low to cause a two-on-one breakaway...