Found April 03, 2013 on Section 303:
According to TSN’s Darren Dreger, the Nashville Predators have traded defenseman Scott Hannan to the San Jose Sharks for a conditional 6th or 7th round pick. Hannan, 34, was a first round pick for the Sharks back in 1997. San Jose appears to be going through a bit of nostalgia. They brought back Brad Stuart, their first round pick in 1998, last summer for the final year(s) of his NHL career. Hannan was put on the IR on March 29 despite being “cleared to play” a couple days earlier. MORE DETAILS TO COME…

Report: Preds deal Hannan to San Jose

Today the Predators dealt defenseman Scott Hannan to the Sharks in exchange for a draft pick...

Nashville Send Scott Hannan To San Jose

Nashville sends Hannan to San Jose for a conditional 6\7th round pick. #tradecentre — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) April 3, 2013 added 12:49pm,   #SJSharks conditional deal for Hannan: NSH gets 7th round pick, but if he sees action in a playoff game, that moves up to 6th. — David Pollak (@PollakOnSharks) April 3, 2013

Scott Hannan Traded To San Jose by   Steven Ellis

In a somewhat partial attempt to create deadline excitement, the Nashville Predators have traded defenseman Scott Hannan to the San Jose Sharks in return for a conditional 7th round pick. In 78 games with Calgary last season, Hannan had 2 goals and 10 helpers. He was a -10 and spent 38 minutes in the penalty box. [...]

Trade with Washington came together quickly

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Nashville Predators fan picks nose, gets caught by TV cameras (Video)

Back on Tuesday night, a rather unlucky Nashville Predators fan got caught picking his nose during the Predators tussle with the Colorado Avalanche. To make the moment even worse, there was a graphic at the bottom of the screen for the "Bridgestone Performance Moment" and clearly, this nose-picking was an impressive performance: (Courtesy of Holdout Sports)

Resiliency must continue for Preds in April

For the second night in a row, the Nashville Predators found themselves trailing in the third period. For the second night in a row, the Predators found a way to(More here)…

Erat, Latta to Caps for top Swedish prospect

After a couple hours of waiting on pins and needles for an announcement, the Nashville Predators and Washington Capitals completed a trade before clock struck 2:00pm CT. Martin Erat and Michael Latta have been traded to the Capitals in exchange for Filip Forsberg. Filip Forsberg was a top prospect entering the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, but dropped to 11th overall, where the Capitals...

Sharks trade Michal Handzus to Blackhawks

While everybody continues to wait in anticipation of a potential Ryane Clowe trade, Sharks GM Doug Wilson pulled off another swap on Monday. The Sharks sent center Michal Handzus to the Blackhawks in exchange for a 2013 fourth-round draft pick. He reportedly waived his no-trade clause in order for the swap to go through. The draft pick originally belonged to San Jose, which sent...

Sharks' Vlasic fined for slash

San Jose Sharks defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic has been fined for slashing Minnesota's Dany Heatley. The NHL fined Vlasic $8,378.38 for the infraction at the end of Wednesday's 4-2 victory over the Wild. Vlasic and Heatley were jostling in the closing seconds of the game. After Vlasic delivered a cross check, Heatley responded by swinging his stick at Vlasic. He missed...

Dan Boyle goes end-to-end on sick goal

Brent Burns has turned around his season after switching from the blue line to winger for the Sharks. But on Wednesday against the Wild, Dan Boyle showed that Burns isn’t the only Sharks defenseman who can look like a forward when he skated with the puck coast-to-coast on a two-man advantage and gave us this goal of the year candidate: That Wild player Boyle dekes out of his skates...

Buy NHL Legend Claude Lemieux’s Arizona Mansion For $3.5 Million

Claude Lemieux had a long and storied NHL career that includes four Stanley Cup wins (with 3 different teams) and one Con…

Rangers acquire Ryane Clowe from Sharks

The wheels of the trade deadline continued to churn on Tuesday, as the San Jose Sharks sent winger Ryane Clowe to the New York Rangers in exchange for draft picks. Two of the picks are the Blueshirts second and third-round picks in this upcoming draft, while the Sharks can receive New York’s 2014 second-round pick if Clowe re-signs or the Rangers win two playoff rounds. If neither...

Avalanche-Predators Preview

If the Nashville Predators want to return to the playoffs, they probably can't afford to lose too many more times to the lowly Colorado Avalanche. The Predators have already dropped the first two meetings, but have to like their chances Tuesday night as they try to extend the Avalanche's road losing streak to 13 games. Nashville (14-14-8) is in 11th place in the Western...

Report: Sharks trade Ryane Clowe to the Rangers

After days of anticipation, the Ryane Clowe sweepstakes have come to an end. Your winner—the New York Rangers. The Sharks reportedly have a deal in place to send the winger to the Rangers, less than 24 hours before the NHL’s trade deadline. In exchange, the Sharks reportedly receive a handful of draft picks—a second rounder and third rounder in this year’s draft and a conditional...

Flames-Sharks Preview

The San Jose Sharks have turned their season around with an impressive winning streak. Now they have some reinforcements to help them continue their playoff push. Raffi Torres is expected to make his Sharks debut as San Jose looks to extend its winning streak to seven games Friday night against a Calgary Flames team looking to end the longest road skid in franchise history. San...
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