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- Predators.com has started a new series that celebrates 15 years of Bridgestone Arena with daily remembrances going forward. This is good stuff. They also have a one on one with Ian Hebers, the Milwaukee Admirals new coach.
- News came out that Teemu Laakso cleared waivers this morning and is most likely headed to Milwaukee.
- Josh Cooper caught up with former Predator Alexander Sulzer who still calls Nashville home.
- Jeremy Sargent takes a look at the little things that matter for the Predators.
- For those who want live hockey tonight, the University of Alabama-Huntsville are hosting Nebraska-Omaha at the Bridgestone Arena tonight at 7 p.m. and on Saturday at 1 p.m. before the Preds and Sabres at 7 p.m.
- The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has 20 questions with Chris Mueller as well as preview of tonight's Ads game with Peoria.
- Mark Willoughby has his weekly "My View" as always as the weekend approaches.
In Arizona, a local gun club allows you to have your picture made with Santa
with a multitude of machine guns and heavy artillery. Time to break out the camo!
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Teemu Laakso cleared waivers and was assigned to Milwaukee on Friday. He wasted no time in seeing game action in the Admirals' 5-1 victory over the Peoria Rivermen.Laakso picked up an assist and was plus one for the evening. He also picked up two minutes in PIMs for a interference call in the second period. Here's the complete game story.Make the jump for the full release...
Nashville Predators goaltender Anders Lindback was part of a precious moment before the opening face-off inside Bridgestone Arena tonight.
Before every home contest, the Predators have an “honorary blueliner of the game.” Tonight’s honoree was goaltender Michael Dillard of the NYHL Mite Icebreakers.
Just before the National Anthem, Dillard (no taller than 4’0″) skated out...
Nashville, Tenn. (December 2, 2011) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that defenseman Teemu Laakso has cleared waivers and been assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).Laakso, 24 (8/27/87), played nine games for the Predators this season, going pointless and posting eight penalty minutes while averaging 11:26 per game.
At 15:54 of the second period, Jordin Tootoo barreled into Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller, and eleven players were involved in an ensuing scrum. Miller is just coming off a concussion, suffered when he got run over by Boston's Milan Lucic three weeks ago. Tootoo got a major for charging and game misconduct. Here is the video (courtesy On the Forecheck), with audio from Tootoo...
The Nashville Predators announced the recall of Chris Mueller from Milwaukee earlier today. Mueller played well in his 15 games in Nashville last season and is tied for the lead in points this season with the Admirals.Make the jump for the complete release from the Nashville Predators...NASHVILLE PREDATORS RECALL FORWARD CHRIS MUELLERNashville, Tenn. (December 3, 2011) – Nashville...
In a game that saw all of the goalies in action (4) and plenty of scorers (10), the Nashville Predators beat the Vancouver Canucks 6-5 in a contest that will be featured on NHL Home Ice's "Games Gone Wild" for the rest of the year.After the Predators saw a 3-1 lead collapse into a 5-3 deficit, the team fought pack to tie the game with two late goals in the second...
The Morning After:Yesterday’s results:Predators 6, Canucks 5Smashville 24/7 3 stars of the night:1. Anders Lindback, NSH (19 saves)2. Mike Fisher, NSH (2 goals)3. Henrik Sedin, VAN (2 assists)Recaps around the blogosphere:Preds On The GlassThe View from 111Section 303The PredatorialHockey Night in NashvilleOn The ForecheckPlay of the game:
VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) -- Mike Fisher scored his second goal of the game with 1:16 left, and the Nashville Predators beat Vancouver 6-5 on Thursday night to snap Canucks backup goalie Cory Schneider's five-game winning streak.
Fisher went to the net and backhanded a centering pass from Martin Erat over a sprawling Roberto Luongo, who replaced Schneider in the high-scoring game...
Just when you thought that the Vancouver Green Men had run out of ideas to taunt the opponent, the below video comes to light.
It shows the Green Men using a naked cut-out of Ryan Kelser to taunt the Nashville Predators Shea Weber in the penalty box:
(Courtesy of Cosby Sweaters)
Mike Fisher scored his second goal of the game with 1:16 left, and the Nashville Predators beat Vancouver 6-5 on Thursday night to snap Canucks backup goalie Cory Schneider's five-game winning streak.
via TSN, 15:54 Nashville Jordin Tootoo: 5 minutes, charging
15:54 Nashville Jordin Tootoo: 10 minutes, game misconduct
15:54 Buffalo Paul Gaustad: 2 minutes, roughing
15:54 Buffalo Paul Gaustad: 2 minutes, roughing
15:54 Buffalo Paul Gaustad: 10 minutes, misconduct
A LOOK BACK.......
Talk about a crazy, batty night in the NHL last night. If anyone believed that Vancouver and Nashville would combine for 11 goals, I would have thought they were nuts. However the funny thing was I saw the over being hit in this game. Both goalies were pulled, and really every odd man rush on both...
The Nashville Predators are back in the Music City and will take on the Buffalo Sabres tonight at Bridgestone Arena.
Photo Credit: Derek Leung/Getty Images
In what could have been the wildest game of the year so far, hands down, Nashville had a 3-1 lead after the first, went down 5-3 in the second before tying it, and scored the game winning goal with 76 seconds left in the third (in which they were dominated the whole period).
Nashville gets a huge win to try and right the ship before playing...