At training camp this week, we sat down with one of the newest Nashville Predators, blueliner Scott Hannan.
A first round pick by the San Jose Sharks in 1997 (23rd overall), the Richmond, British Columbia native has bounced around the NHL as of late. After spending seven years with the team that drafted him, he played three and half seasons with the Colorado Avalanche, closed out the 2010-11 campaign with the Washington Capitals and then skated for the Calgary Flames last year. When he takes the Bridgestone Arena ice tomorrow night, he’ll be in his fourth NHL jersey in about two years. But he’s not a journeyman. He’s a solid stay-at-home defenseman who has been looking for a good fit.
We spent three minutes with him and asked him about those multiple NHL stops, his impression of Nashville thus far and the chemistry with his new defense partner.
303: I know it’s a short week due to the lockout but can you compare what you’ve experienced here in Nashville with the other places you...