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Over the course of his tenure with the Chicago Blackhawks, new Predators forward Viktor Stalberg has seen the ups and downs of a team stripped apart and set into a rebuilding mode after a Stanley Cup win.
Experiencing two crushing Western Conference Quarterfinal exits in his first two seasons with the Hawks, one at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks and the other to the Phoenix Coyotes, to winning the President’s Trophy and lifting the Stanley Cup a little over two weeks ago, Stalberg’s experienced what it takes to make it that far.
“Being on a winning team, you set the standard for certain things. My three years they were kind of rebuilding from the last cup, so I was part of the good and bad times in Chicago I guess, but those guys never doubted. They were really expecting to win every game,” said Predators forward Viktor Stalberg, who turned in 23 points for the Blackhawks during the regular season. “That’s something you bring to Nashville I think, expe...
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Viktor Stalberg never got the chance to be a primary option in Chicago, but he will likely get that opportunity in Nashville...
The biggest story on the opening day of NHL free agency was the decision of Senators captain Daniel Aldredsson to jilt the organization with which he had played his first 17 seasons.
After he signed with the Red Wings, Alfredsson said he did so because he thought Detroit provided him with the best chance of winning the Stanley Cup.
Alfredsson's message, apparently, was no less...
Monday morning, new Nashville Predator Viktor Stalberg talked with the media all the way from his home country in Sweden. Friday, Stalberg signed a four-year deal worth $12 million as an unrestricted free agent. Stalberg sounded eager to play under head coach Barry Trotz as a top six forward.
Stalberg on joining the Predators: "I'm very excited about the opportunity...
On most nights in a Chicago Blackhawks' uniform, Viktor Stalberg would have been seen playing on the third or fourth line, totaling around fourteen minutes per night under head coach Joel Quenneville. That was to no fault of his own because of the extreme depth the Blackhawks possessed. Stalberg was on a team filled with superstars at the forward position like Marian Hossa, Patrick...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Seth Jones knew all eyes were on him Tuesday morning during the first day of Nashville Predators development camp.
Oh sure, some 30 or so prospects hit the ice and will also go through various off-ice rigors this week at Centennial Sportsplex, but it was the new kid on the block who attracted the most attention.
After all, the franchise's recent first-round...
Prev1 of 1NextAt noon today, alongside General Manager David Poile, Head Coach Barry Trotz, Chief Amateur Scout Jeff Kealty, Assistant Coach Phil Housley and his father “Popeye,” first round pick Seth Jones signed a three-year entry-level deal.The fourth pick in the 2013 NHL Draft, as well as 20 other Predators’ prospects, are in town for Development Camp at Centennial SportsPlex...
Seth Jones' jersey already is setting Nashville's first-round draft pick apart from the other prospects at the Predators' annual development camp.
Jones, selected by the Predators with the fourth overall pick in the June 30 draft, stepped onto the ice with his preferred No. 3 sewn on the back of practice jersey. Many of the other campers sported the much higher numbers...
Prev1 of 1Next In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Copeland Wealth Management, we recap the 2013 NHL Draft for you as we visit with Nashville Predators General Manager David Poile, new Predators Assistant Coach Phil Housley and the number four overall pick himself, Seth Jones.As a special bonus, we had a quick one-on-one chat with NHL pioneer Willie O’Ree at the draft...
The Nashville Predators host 31 players for the 2013 Development Camp at Centennial Sportsplex starting Tuesday, July 9 until Saturday, July 13. Full schedule here. Of the 31 players, here are five you need to watch this year.
Filip Forsberg, forward
18-year old Filip Forsberg has become one of Nashville's prized possession this offseason, seeing as how David Poile...