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The Nashville Predators (1-2-0) were able to record their first win of the season against Central Division rival the Minnesota Wild (0-1-2), 3-2, Tuesday night. Minnesota now remains the only team winless in the Central, but are tied with Nashville in points. Head coach Barry Trotz, goalscorers Filip Forsberg and Eric Nystrom, and captain Shea Weber speak about the win below.
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Two years ago it was the Jordin Tootoo Show. Last year it was the Kevin Klein Show. This year, 102.5 The Game brings you The Colin Wilson Show.
On 10 different Wednesday’s throughout the season, the Nashville Predators 2013-14 Player Show will be hosted by none other than the 2008 first round pick himself. Every episode will broadcast live from Dave & Busters at the Opry Mills...
Wanted: a smooth-skating puck-moving defenseman to complement captain Shea Weber on the top defensive pair.
With the announcement that Roman Josi — who plays the left side with Weber — suffered a concussion during Friday’s game at Colorado the Predators must find a way to replace his two-way skill-set.
“Injuries happen. No team goes without them for the full year” defenseman...
With disappointing results in a back-to-back performance to open the season, Pekka Rinne had another opportunity to get Nashville’s first win of the season. In their home opener at Bridgestone Arena, the third time was the charm for Rinne and the Predators.
After being replaced in Nashville’s 4-2 season opening loss to St. Louis, and playing strong but dropping the second game...
from Katie Carrera of the Washington Post,
On June 30, Seth Jones became not only the highest-drafted African American player in NHL history as the fourth overall pick, but also the new face of diversity in the league. It’s not a position he asked for, but one that he is ready to fill.
“Anything I can do to help the sport of hockey grow,” Seth Jones said. “Whether...
Filip Forsberg and Colin Wilson scored power-play goals 39 seconds apart in the first period, and the Nashville Predators earned their first win of the season with a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night in their home opener.
Eric Nystrom added his first career penalty shot goal all in the first period for Nashville, matching the goals the Predators had totaled in...
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A disappointing week had the Predators going 0-0-2 to open up the season and dragged many frustrated Preds fans out of the woodwork. Blaming everything from offense, to Rinne to defense and, of course, coach Trotz, few of them took the time to remember that it was still early days.
The two losses weren't the optimal...
On trade deadline day last season (April 3), general manager David Poile was able to make a trade that would help the future of the club. Poile traded veteran winger Martin Erat and prospect Michael Latta to the Washington Capitals for a top Swedish prospect named Filip Forsberg. “It felt good today," said Poile after the trade, "and I know it will feel good in the future...
Seth Jones and Ryan Suter share a lot of similarites, but Jones is looking to make his own path in the NHL...
How @enystrom23 scored the @PredsNHL's game-winner on a penalty shot. Watch: http://t.co/ADSM9D34em #Preds
— NHL (@NHL) October 9, 2013
This was the game winning goal from last night's Wild game against the Predators. Former Michigan Wolverine Eric Nystrom scores on the penalty shot. Personally, I thought this was a weak call, sure it was a penalty, but I am not sure...
NASHVILLE -- When Filip Forsberg arrived with the Nashville Predators last season, they were a drowning team.
The 18-year-old Swede played five games just to get his feet wet. The Predators had acquired him from Washington in exchange for wing Martin Erat, a player whom Nashville coach Barry Trotz called on Wednesday probably the organizations top forward over the previous 10 years...
Our latest installment of 'Stacking the Pads' looks at the Colin Wilson Show, Seth Jones' impressive start, goalies' opinions on the spin-o-rama in the shootout.... and much, much more.
Nashville Predators 0, Minnesota Wild 0: Pregame Warmups
SOG: NSH - 0, MIN - 0
PP: NSH 0/0, MIN 0/0
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The Nashville Predators (0-2-0) will play their home opener against the Minnesota Wild (0-0-2) at 7:10pm CST. Tuesday night's match will be the first time these teams faceoff as divisional rivals.
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Ryan Suter has played in seven Nashville Predators home openers in his career while establishing himself as one of the NHL's top defensemen, but he almost certainly won't be celebrated in the eighth.
Suter makes his second visit to Nashville on Tuesday night while looking to help the Minnesota Wild avoid dropping their first three games for the first time.