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Nashville’s training camp will start officially tomorrow with off-ice activities, however all the on-ice training will start on Monday and will go through Friday. All on-ice sessions will be from 10am-11:30am Monday through Friday at Centennial Sportsplex in Nashville and will be free and open to the public.
Below is the official 23 man roster:
2013 TRAINING CAMP ROSTER
Martin Erat, David Legwand, Mike Fisher, Nick Spaling, Craig Smith, Chris Mueller, Brandon Yip, Brian McGrattan, Matt Halischuk, Patric Hornqvist, Paul Gaustad, Colin Wilson, Sergei Kostitsyn
Ryan Ellis, Shea Weber, Jonathon Blum, Kevin Klein, Scott Hannan, Roman Josi, Hal Gill
Chris Mason, Pekka Rinne, Zoltan Hetenyi (PTO)
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Jim Diamond of the Nashville Predators Examiner joined the Thom Abraham Show on Thursday. Friday it was leaked that the Predators will open the season at home on Jan. 19 against Columbus, and then stay in Nashville to host the Blues on the 21st.
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The goalie was just happy being back on the ice with his teammates in front of a few hundred fans.
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With a shortened season, many teams around the National Hockey League are wondering what to do with their goaltending situations. For the Nashville Predators, they will have to deal with handling starting goalie Pekka Rinne and backup goaltender Chris Mason.
Nashville Predators goaltending coach Mitch Korn believes Chris Mason will need to be ready to play in any situation.
Cincinnati Cyclones goaltender Zoltan Hetenyi has been called up to the Nashville Predators, in the NHL, for training camp, prior to the 2013 season. The Hungarian goaltender was invited to the Predators development camp in June. Then, Hetenyi was an undrafted signee by the Milwaukee Admirals in August.
Hetenyi announced his call-up on his Facebook page, as seen below.
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Press release from the Nashville Predators:
“Nashville, Tenn. (January 14, 2013) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has recalled defenseman Victor Bartley (VIHK-tohr BAHRT-lee) from Milwaukee (AHL).
Bartley, 24 (2/17/88), has appeared in all 37 of Milwaukee’s games to this point in 2012-13, posting...
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The second half of the Nashville Predators offensive preview has plenty of youth and a small dose of veteran leadership. Some names may get replaced with call-ups from Milwaukee, a few of these players will make up the future of the Nashville Predators and the others are a staple of talent dating back to the original draft choice.
Below is a message that was released shortly ago from Predators Chairman Tom Cigarran:
“While it has taken much longer than anyone had hoped, we are pleased that a new 10-year collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players Association has been concluded. This new agreement, while far from what we had hoped to achieve...
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Finishing our season preview will be a two-part series look at the Nashville Predators offensive talent.
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The Nashville Predators took Sunday off because of the "Kickoff Celebration" at Bridgestone Arena held Saturday. In order to get everyone back together, the Predators decided to wait until Monday, January 14. Training camp will be held from Monday through Friday, January 18, the day before the season opener at home against the Columbus Blue Jackets.