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ESPN - Predators: Five Things You Need To Know
Smashville247 - Smith, Hornqvist primed for big seasons
Puckscene - Chris Mueller Hopes “Mueller Time” Has Arrived
Tennessean - Nashville Predators backup goalie Chris Mason sees intensity pick up
Tennesseean - Frank Zamboni was architect of smooth skating
Tennessean - Nashville Predators’ Rich Clune reminds team of Jordin Tootoo
Nashville City Paper - Predators hope waiver claim is second coming of Tootoo
OnTheForecheck - Patric Hornqvist Season Preview: Smashville’s Sniper
Smashville247 - 2012-13 Preview: Chris Mueller
Smashville247 - Preds claim Kings forward off waivers
Smashville247 - 2012-13 Preview: Colin Wilson
Section303 - Nashville claims Richard Clune off waivers from Los Angeles. But why?
BizJournals - Fox Sports, NBC Sports to air entire Predators season
BEST OF MAXIM
We spent some time with Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi at training camp this week. We asked him to spend three minutes with us while we picked his brain about what it was like to play in his hometown of Bern, Switzerland during the lockout, his excitement to be paired with Shea Weber and, of course, the upcoming season in general.
303: You got the rare opportunity...
Our player-by-player previews for the 2012-13 season continue today with Chris Mueller...
NASHVILLE Compressed schedule? So what?
Nashville Predators all-world goaltender Pekka Rinne wants to play all 48 games of the shrunken NHL season, starting with Saturday night's sold-out season opener against Columbus at Bridgestone Arena.
"Obviously, that's what you want to do," said Rinne, the two-time Vezina Trophy nominee for league's best goaltender...
Nashville Predators - 2012-13 Nashville Predators Training Camp Report
The Nashville City Paper - Predators already changing plans for training camp
The Tennessean - Nashville Predators start line juggling act
The Tennessean - Nashville Predators’ coaches join practice
Smashville247 - Abbreviated training camp under way
Examiner - Predators fought successful...
Forwards Craig Smith and Patric Hornqvist are positioned to be big factors for the Predators this season...
Our player-by-player previews for the 2012-13 season continue today with Colin Wilson...
Our player-by-player previews for the 2012-13 season continue today with Hal Gill...
Shea Weber and Pekka Rinne are superstars on and off the ice, but will the loss of Ryan Suter keep the Preds from contending for the Cup in 2012-13?
Our Captain, “Crazy” Charlie Saunier, will appear on the Thom Abraham Show on Nashville Sports Radio around 5:05cst. We will post the audio once it’s podcasted.
Central Division preview: Driven Weber to lift Predators
What will short season bring Preds? Uncertainty, confidence … who knows?
Nashville Predators build team around Shea Weber, Pekka Rinne
I’ve got to be honest, this one doesn’t make much sense.
The Nashville Predators have claimed forward Richard Clune off waivers from the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings.
Clune has been playing with their AHL affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, for the past five seasons. His only NHL experience came during the stretch run in 2010 where he played in 14 games for LA and recorded...
NASHVILLE PREDATORS ANNOUNCE
2012-13 TELEVISION SCHEDULE
-All games scheduled to be televised for the first time in franchise history in exciting, condensed season-
Nashville, Tenn. (January 15, 2013) – The Nashville Predators announced today that the team’s exclusive regional television partner FOX Sports Tennessee (FSTN) will televise 46 of 48 regular-season games during...
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This morning, the Nashville Predators grabbed former LA King\Manchester Monarch Richard Clune off of waivers. In case you’re unfamiliar with his work, the picture above details what would likely be a favorable contribution in the eyes of many Predator fans. Clune isn’t a flashy player, isn’t the biggest guy, the best fighter–but he can chirp...
The Nashville Predators have claimed forward Richard Clune off waivers from the Los Angeles Kings. Clune is in the first year of a two-year, two-way contract that will pay him $525,000 at the NHL level and $75,000 at the AHL level in 2012-13, and $525,000 at the NHL level and $90,000 at the AHL level in 2013-14. Clune, 25, has not played in the NHL since 2009-2010 season...