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Overview: Filip Forsberg is a 6’1, 194lb forward who plays for the Nashville Predators. Forsberg, born in Östervåla, Sweden, began playing professional hockey for Leksands IF, of the newly re-named Swedish Hockey League, after posting 40 points (21-19) in 36 games for Leksands J20 team in 2010-2011. Forsberg played in ten games for Leksands IF’s pro team, posting just one goal. [...]
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from James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail,
Four years ago, Gill skated in 20 minutes a night on the Pittsburgh Penguins team that won the Stanley Cup.
In July, however, the 6-foot-7 defenceman was bought out of the final year of his $2-million a season contract by the Nashville Predators, a move that came as a shock to a veteran that was anxious to rebound from an injury plagued...
Overview: Seth Jones is a right-handed shooting defenseman from Plano, Texas who stands at 6’4″, 205 lbs and will turn 19 years old in October. Jones spent two years with the U.S. National Development team, putting up a goal and 13 assists in 2010-2011 and then four goals and eight assists in just 20 games in 2011-2012. This past season, [...]
Our series continues as we look around the new Central Division. We’ve already looked ahead at one new addition, the Winnipeg Jets, and an old rival, the St. Louis Blues. Now, let’s look at the Nashville Predators. To say the … Continue reading →The post 2013-14 Central Division Preview: Nashville Predators appeared first on Committed Indians.