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On Friday, after many speculations the Predators General Manager David Poile announced that defenseman Ryan Suter would likely be testing the free agency market. Suter becomes an unrestricted free agent on July 1st.
It is a rare and interesting occasion when an all-star player such as Suter has an opportunity to really choose exactly where they want to go. In all honesty, every team could benefit from the stellar play of Suter, who posted career highs in goals (7), assists (39), and points (46) this season. Along with defensive partner Shea Weber, Nashville fans have been treated to arguably the best defensive pairing in the sport.
But there are certain parameters that a player must look at before making such a monumental decision. Judging by the comments made by Suter as well as Poile, there are several items on Suter’s non-negotiable list. He wants a long-term contract (with proper pay, of course) in a place where he can raise a family with his wife. He also desires a place where ...
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Nashville GM David Poile has finally admitted what most of us already suspected by revealing that star defenseman Ryan Suter intends to test the open market on July 1st. The statement, as seen on Pro Hockey Talk, indicates that Nashville is still optimistic that they will be able to retain Suter's services but will have to do so after the defenseman explores other options.
Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Suter seems resolute about exploring unrestricted free agency.He knows he would attract massive offers from Stanley Cup contenders – most notably the Detroit Red Wings, a team with a major hole to fill in the wake of Nicklas Lidstrom’s retirement.But Predators general manager David Poile won’t turn the page on Suter. He is letting his other...
For years the foundation provided by goalie Martin Brodeur and defensemen Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer made the New Jersey Devils one of the best teams in the NHL because those players ranked among the very elite in the league at their respective positions.
At a time when a player on Stevens' par, Detroit's Nicklas Lidstrom, was earning 10.5 million per season, Stevens...
Nashville, Tenn. (June 19, 2012) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that Dean Evason has been named the 20th head coach of the team’s primary developmental affiliate, the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals.
“Dean Evason brings the knowledge, insight and expertise of 20 years of NHL playing and coaching...
On Wednesday, the National Hockey League will hand out its annual achievement awards. For the second consecutive season, the Nashville Predators are nominated for four trophies. For the third straight, David Poile is up for General Manager of the Year. Pekka Rinne and Shea Weber are each nominated for second consecutive seasons for tops in their respective positions, and Mike Fisher...
We’ve read and heard about where some of the big names will land when all is said and done, so let’s read your opinion on some of the big names.
What team will sign Zach Parise?
How about Ryan Suter, will he stay with Nashville or sign elsewhere?
Rich Nash is on the trading block by request, where does he go and a pat on the back if you mention the return for Nash.
Dean Evason has been named coach of the Milwaukee Admirals, the Nashville Predators' affiliate in the American Hockey League.
Predators general manager David Poile announced the hiring on Tuesday, saying Evason's 20 years of playing and coaching in the NHL puts the club's top prospects into great hands.
The 47-year-old Evason spent seven seasons with the Washington...
ESPN’s Scott Burnside noted that the NHL will release its 2012-2013 regular season schedule sometime this week, and Fox Sports Tennessee’s John Manasso nails down a more exact date than “sometime this week” via Predators GM David Poile’s discussion of a certain unrestricted free agent defenseman’s future:
“I’m pretty sure they’re working on a schedule next year...
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Below is the press release from the Nashville Predators:
“Nashville, Tenn. (June 19, 2012) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that Dean Evason has been named the 20th head coach of the team’s primary developmental affiliate, the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals...
The new head coach for the Nashville Predators' AHL affiliate was announced Tuesday afternoon. Dean Evason is now the new head coach after former head coach, Ian Herbers left May 30 to spend more time with the family.Milwaukee Admirals head coach, Dean Evason was the Washington Capitals' assistant coach for the past seven years. Evason is very qualified for the job and offers...
Nashville, Tenn. (June 18, 2012) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has signed goaltender and 2011 second-round pick Magnus Hellberg (MAG-nuhs HEL-buhrg) to an entry-level contract.
Hellberg, 21 (4/4/91), played his first season with Frolunda of the Swedish Elite League (Elitserien) in 2011-12, posting...
Kirk Muller was named the head coach of the Milwaukee Admirals last summer. 17 games into his gig, he was offered the same position but with the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League.Ian Herbers, the Admirals assistant coach for the two seasons prior, took over from there leading his team to their 10th consecutive post season appearance.Today, former NHLer Dean Evason...
The Milwaukee Admirals have selected Dean Evason as the next head coach of the team. Dean will be the 20th head coach in the history of the Milwaukee Admirals, and comes to Milwaukee after being an assistant coach for the Washington Capitals the last 7 seasons. In that time, the Caps have reached the playoffs in 5 straight seasons and have claimed 4 straight Southeast Division titles...
The Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League have announced the hiring of Dean Evason as their head coach for the 2012-13 season. The Admirals, the primary minor-league affiliate of the Nashville Predators, finished second in their division this season and lost in the first round of the playoffs. They were in need of a new head coach when Kirk Muller left to take over...