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The Nashville Predators recently gave Rich Clune a two-year, $1.7 million extension which will keep him with the club through the 2015-16 season. Clune agreed to the contract even though the Predators failed to meet some of his contract demands. Curious what Clune was "demanding" from the Predators? I wasn't going to post this because they were not agreed to by my team. These were my requests for my new contract ok pic.twitter.com/SvpNNcUWkD — Rich Clune (@richcluneshow) July 19, 2013 Reasonable. We especially like the idea of seeing a "Dicky" jersey in the NHL. Clune also shed some light on what his new contract looked like. In another Tweet, Clune revealed the third page of his new deal. Here's the last page of my new contract I just signed ok pic.twitter.com/MVHqIfHAG9 — Rich Clune (@richcluneshow) July 18, 2013 Wait - Can't make fun of Tyler Seguin? Why would anyone sign such a contract? [follow]
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The Nashville Predators signed Rich Clune to a 2-year, $1.7M contract extension yesterday and a page of this contract was leaked to the world via his twitter account. If you’re not following @richcluneshow on twitter, we suggest you do it ASAP. He’s a funnier, underground version of BizNasty without someone regulating his tweets….for now. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
The Nashville Predators made their home jerseys gold a couple of years ago and now it appears they wanted to paint their ice rink gold for the summer. It won’t be like that for the season, but man does it look weird.
Why? Because kids can skate on GOLD ice @ the Open House, because it's SUMMER, because it's awesome & because we can! pic.twitter.com/EHfNrxJ7DG
Nashville Predators forward Rich Clune has spent the bulk of his career in the AHL and other lower levels of hockey, but he apparently feels he has done enough to make some fairly detailed contract demands. Cluney signed a two-year, $1.7 million extension with Nashville earlier this week. Based on the photo above that he [...]
Attached below is Nashville’s 2013-2014 season schedule in it’s entirety:
THU OCT 3, 2013
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TUE OCT 8, 2013
THU OCT 10, 2013
SAT OCT 12, 2013
TUE OCT 15, 2013
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