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For the Winnipeg Jets the unfortunate injury to Pekka Rinne could be a blessing or a hinderance. Last Sunday versus the Predators the Jets in the normally emotional and boisterous MTS Centre the Jets had more than enough trouble solving the riddle that was Carter Hutton, in fact he had the Jets rather twister around.
The task does not change tonight for the Jets and that may be a good thing....
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Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne will miss at least four weeks after he has arthroscopic surgery on his hip.
The Predators Thursday announced the move but did not say when Rinne will undergo surgery. Rinne had surgery on his left hip May 9 and recovered in time to start the season.
He currently is 4-4-1 with a 2.31 goals-against average and a .917 save percentage. Rinne was in...
Big blow for the Preds today as there star goaltender Pekka Rinne will be out around 4 weeks due to a hip injury....and not the kind of hip usually associated with the kids who hang out on Broadway near the Bridgestone Center...
I will be back this afternoon with a rumor report involving the Capitals and Stars, as well as the Flames...
With Pekka Rinne's unexpected hip infection, Carter Hutton will get an opportunity to be the Predators' temporary starter...
The Nashville Predators and Minnesota Wild celebrated the fact they were on national TV by throwing a yawn party. Were it not for Pekka Rinne‘s heroics, there would be just about nothing to write about.
In the end, however, Minnesota beat the Preds 2-0 in front of 17,651 at Xcel Energy Center and in front of an NBC Sports Network broadcast.
The Wild brought the intensity early...
Bad news broke this morning for the Nashville Predators as it appears that Pekka Rinne will be out for a minimum of four weeks with a hip scope. Rinne currently has a 4-4-1 record for the Predators and has looked progressively better in net after his first two starts of the season, going 4-2-1 in his past seven.
Pekka Rinne will miss a minimum of 4 weeks with a hip scope. The @PredsNHL...
Out of all Nashville’s offseason surgeries Pekka Rinne’s hip had to be the one with complications.
Colin Wilson’s two shoulders? Fine. Paul Gaustad’s shoulder? A-OK. Gabriel Bourque’s knee? It has looked good so far. Instead it was arguably the Predators’ most important player who will miss at least a month.
Rinne’s May hip arthroscopy was Nashville’s most delicate...
The Blues will get their second look of the season at Nashville backup goaltender Carter Hutton tonight at Bridgestone Arena.
The Predators announced this week that starter Pekka Rinne will miss a minimum of four weeks following arthroscopic hip surgery. Rinne had hip surgery in May and recently acquired a bacterial infection, according to general manager David Poile.
In his last...
If you come to Predators practices early, you’ll see a goaltender shifting his weight around the crease with a medicine ball in his bare hands under the watchful eye of goaltending coach Mitch Korn.
That is Carter Hutton, Nashville’s 27-year-old backup, who backstopped the Predators to a 3-2 overtime win Thursday against the Winnipeg Jets.
The goal of the drill is to help Hutton’s...
Carter Hutton continued his impressive start to the season on Thursday night, leading the Predators to another victory over the Winnipeg Jets...
#Preds G Pekka Rinne to see Drs. this AM, more clarity on his situation later today
— Jay Grossman (@Jay_Grossman) October 24, 2013
Yesterday the Predators recalled Milwaukee goaltender Magnus Hellberg but no word on the health of Rinne.
Predators goalie Pekka Rinne, out since last month with a hip injury, had an MRI earlier in the week and hasn't had any setbacks.
Rinne had surgery on his left hip May 9 and recovered in time to start the season. He then had arthroscopic surgery on Oct. 24 because of a bacterial infection in his hip.
The team said he will remain on crutches and antibiotics for at least the...
Where was the Nashville Predators' offense Tuesday night? It was obvious from puck drop to the final horn the team was flat and not producing any scoring chances, leaving Pekka Rinne, who stopped twenty-seven shots, out to dry. Nashville had a total of sixteen shots on goal (3, 6, 7) -- a season-low thus far.
The most frustrating of it all was the Wild were playing with five...
The Nashville Predators lost to the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday due, in part, to the fact they fired just 16 shots on goal. Tonight, it took 9:12 to get their first one but, thanks to Carter Hutton, the Preds remained in the game.
Starting goaltender Pekka Rinne was shelved for at least a month earlier in the day, giving Hutton his second start of the season (and third of his NHL...
The best and worst from Nashville’s 3-2 overtime win over the Winnipeg Jets at Bridgestone Arena on Thursday night.
Carter Hutton has appeared in 3 games for the Predators, earning a 2-0 average with an absurdly low 1.37 GAA and an absurdly high .959 save percentage. His save percentage is second highest in the league (behind Colorado’s Jean-Sebastian Giguere) among...
Postgame Scrums and Press Conference
Tonight’s Three Stars:
Tonight’s Three Stars (how The Predatorial voted):
1) Carter Hutton
2) Patric Hornqvist
3) Filip Forsberg
1) Carter Hutton
2) Shea Weber
3) Seth Jones
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