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Jim Diamond of the Nashville Predators Examiner joined the Thom Abraham Show on Thursday. Friday it was leaked that the Predators will open the season at home on Jan. 19 against Columbus, and then stay in Nashville to host the Blues on the 21st.
Dynamics of a 48-game schedule
Nashville Predators have no time for slow start in shortened season
Nashville Predators to open at Bridgestone Arena on Jan. 19
Why the truncated 48-game NHL ‘season’ might sharpen the Preds’ sticks
Some Predators saw NHL lockout as ‘play’ time
Preds look to continue divisional success
Prospect Report – Preds college hockey prospects shine
Allard back on ice for Preds
2012-13 Preview: Shea Weber
2012-13 Preview: Paul Gaustad
Paul Gaustad Season Preview: Lord of the Dot
“Voice of the Predators” Pete Weber, Named Tennessee Sportscaster of the Year
Short NHL season might be more fun
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Our player-by-player previews for the 2012-13 season continue today with Brian McGrattan...
The Nashville Predators will have only one significant change in their roster on Sunday when they hit the ice, as expected, for the start of what will be an abbreviated training camp.
Assuming the leagues collective bargaining agreement is ratified in time, the departure of All-Star defenseman Ryan Suter via free agency to Minnesota remains the most glaring absence from the team...
Our player-by-player previews for the 2012-13 season continue today with Nick Spaling...
Pekka Rinne says making nice with the fans didn't enter his mind when the Nashville goaltender skated over and handed a puck to a smiling young boy.
The goalie was just happy being back on the ice with his teammates in front of a few hundred fans.
The Predators tried to start wooing fans back Saturday for a lockout-shortened season. With the labor deal not ratified by midday...
So, we started this trend last year for the 2011-2012 Nashville Predators season and we had 20 bold predictions. Well, guess what? It’s that time of the year again and since we only have half a season, we will have half the number of predictions.
Below are our 10 bold predictions for the 2013 abbreviated season:
1: Nashville will have a Top 20 scorer
Whether it’s Sergei Kostitsyn...
Our player-by-player previews for the 2012-13 season continue today with Patric Hornqvist...
The Nashville Predators' 2012-13 schedule has been released...
There were two schools of thought during the lockout: use the down time to rest up or go play elsewhere so you can get into game shape.
On January 19, we’ll find out which take had the advantage.
Of the 23 players expected to take part in Nashville Predators training camp next week, 10 played somewhere during the lockout. That “somewhere” could be Russia, Denmark, Sweden or...
Below is a message that was released shortly ago from Predators Chairman Tom Cigarran:
“While it has taken much longer than anyone had hoped, we are pleased that a new 10-year collective bargaining agreement between the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players Association has been concluded. This new agreement, while far from what we had hoped to achieve...
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Finishing our season preview will be a two-part series look at the Nashville Predators offensive talent.
Nashville has always been known as a “no-star, everybody-works” type of team and the offensive play is no different. The Predators’ “scoring-by-committee” approached has continually worked since it’s inception, including...
The Nashville Predators attempt to regain fans and bring them back together this Saturday, January 10, hosting what they call a "Kickoff Celebration" from 9:30am - 3pm. The event will be held at Bridgestone Arena, where many fans haven't been since Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Phoenix Coyotes.
A player-led practice will be the highlight...
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It’s time to get our season previews underway and what better way to start it then to take a look at the position that has the least number of players: goalies!
Instead of the norm of doing a player by player preview for the upcoming season, we’re condensing it into a few articles looking at the different areas of the game: offense...
If you missed last nightâs SlapShot Radio, make sure you check out the podcast, on-demand at the SSR podcast page, the link is below. Todayâs blog is a preseason look at the changes on Nashvilleâs stellar defensive corps.
Losses â Ryan Suter
Gains â Scott Hannon
Retains â Shea Weber, Hal Gill, Roman Josi, Kevin Kline
On the Bubble â...
Jon Blum, Ryan Ellis and Chris Mueller will have a chance to contribute right away...
In Part III of our Sabres Season Preview, Bradley Gelber and Brandon Hess will answer questions surrounding the most enigmatic unit on this Buffalo squad, the forwards. 1.) Chris Drury, and Daniel Briere are ancient history, and now Derek Roy and Paul Gaustad have been shipped out. Has this team done enough to restock the [...]The post Sabres Preview Part III: The Forwards appeared...