Found April 01, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
The Nashville Predators spent Easter in Chicago, watching the steamroller known as the Chicago Blackhawks go into Motown and give Detroit a serious spanking on national TV. This week was circled on a lot of calendars when the schedule came out, three games against the Blackhawks in a one week period, two in the United Center, one at home… three games that could make this crazy season, or break i...

Blackhawks Send Morin, Hayes To Rockford

On Tuesday, the Blackhawks assigned Jeremy Morin and Jimmy Hayes to Rockford. This move appears to be clearing the way for Marian Hossa and Patrick Sharp to return from injury to face St. Louis on Thursday night.The post Blackhawks Send Morin, Hayes To Rockford appeared first on Committed Indians.

Blackhawks Trade Philippe Paradis to Tampa

The Chicago Blackhawks traded forward Philippe Paradis to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday evening for the rights to defenseman Kirill Gotovets. Gotovets was a seventh round pick by the Bolts in the 2009 Draft, and just completed his third … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Trade Philippe Paradis to Tampa appeared first on Committed Indians.

Shea Weber, Pekka Rinne Pose With Flyers Hats in April Fools Gag (Photo)

This has not been a good year for Flyers fans, but for a split second Monday afternoon, the team appeared to have added the services of Nashville’s two best players. Predators goalie Pekka Rinne posted a photo on his Instagram account of himself and teammate Shea Weber, whom Philadelphia made a hard push to acquire last summer, posing with Flyers caps. The photo caused a brief...

Rumor: Blackhawks, Isles Still Talking Trade?

After the Chicago Sun-Times reported earlier on Saturday that the Blackhawks had talked with the New York Islanders about defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky, Tim Sassone of the Daily Herald is reporting the two teams continue talking. Sassone reports the Blackhawks are … Continue reading →The post Rumor: Blackhawks, Isles Still Talking Trade? appeared first on Committed Indians.

Predators @ Chicago Blackhawks (Game 36): Preview

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. TV/Radio Coverage Nashville: SportSouth...

Mueller sent back to Milwaukee

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...

Catch 23: Roster Jam at the Trade Deadline

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. ...

Mueller recalled due to Bourque's injury

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. Bourque left the game at the end of the first period and didn't return. The cause of the injury is uncertain, but is believed...

Blackhawks Escape Predators

After dominating for 40 minutes, the Blackhawks gave away a two-goal lead in the third period against Nashville on Monday night. Thankfully, they emerged with the second point in the shootout. It’s almost becoming cliche, but Jonathan Toews’ performance against … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Escape Predators appeared first on Committed Indians.

Preds salvage point in Chicago

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)…

Young Blackhawks Dominate Red Wings

The Blackhawks celebrated Easter by throttling the Detroit Red Wings, winning 7-1 at Joe Louis Arena. This game – as much as any this season – showed the potential staying power being developed by the Blackhawks organization. Four of the … Continue reading →The post Young Blackhawks Dominate Red Wings appeared first on Committed Indians.

Blackhawks 7, Red Wings 1

Brandon Saad had two goals and an assist and Dave Bolland scored twice in the Chicago Blackhawks 7-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday. Jonathan Toews added a goal and two assists and Jeremy Morin and Nick Leddy, also scored for Chicago. Cory Crawford made 33 saves. Cory Emmerton scored Detroit's goal. Jimmy Howard was pulled in favor of Jonas Gustavsson early in the...

Blackhawks edge Predators in shootout

Defenseman Michal Rozsival scored in the fifth round of shootout after Jonathan Toews also connected in the tiebreaker, and the Chicago Blackhawks pulled out a 3-2 win over the Nashville Predators on Monday. Rozsival, who hasn't scored a goal this season, beat Pekka Rinne with a high shot in his first attempt in a shootout this season. Chicago's Patrick Kane scored his...
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