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Nashville Predators Need Carter Hutton to Stand Tall

Carter Hutton #30 of the Nashville Predators leads the team to the ice against the Washington Capitals during an NHL game at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. (Mandatory Credit: John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images) Tuesday night’s game in Nashville saw the Predators win a thriller in overtime, after squandering a late lead within the final minute of overtime. A Craig Smith...
Via The Sports Journal
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Looking Ahead to the Second Half

The Nashville Predators headed into the All-Star break in the driver’s seat of the Central Division. Their 65 points in 45 games also places them 2nd in the NHL behind Anaheim who has 68 points although they’ve played 47 games, two more than the Preds. This past week the Preds had one game, a Tuesday night affair in Montreal. They were seeking to prevent losing back to back games...
Via The Predatorial
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Five burning questions surrounding the Predators at the All-Star break

The Nashville Predators have entered the All-Star break with the best record in the Central Division, 30-10-5 and good for 65 points. It's time to take a look at five important things to watch for over the second half of the season. Is the backup goaltending situation a problem that needs to be addressed? Currently, Nashville has been without the services of Rinne for a little over...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Ups and the Downs

The Nashville Predators have found some adversity to deal with. Within the process of defeating the Vancouver Canucks 5-1, Pekka Rinne was injured with a sprained knee. The diagnosis was a 3-5 week recovery time. We will discuss this in point #5 below. So the week that was has a different feel than any other one this season. There was Rinne but then there was the emotion of Barry...
Via The Predatorial
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Carter Hutton hold the fort down for Predators?

For Predators goaltender Carter Hutton, the task at hand isn’t unfamiliar. For the next 3-5 weeks, the 29-year-old backup will be thrust into the No. 1 role. Pekka Rinne, the Vezina Trophy favorite, will be on the sidelines throughout that stretch after suffering a sprained knee in a game against the Canucks Tuesday. An infected […] The post Can Carter Hutton hold the fort down...
Via Along the Boards
14 days ago  |  Discuss

NHL Network analyst Craig Button ridicules Carter Hutton, makes a fool of himself

NHL Network can be a pretty difficult channel to watch depending on the analysts in the room. Craig Button further proved that point after a ridiculous tirade against Nashville goaltender Carter Hutton. Suiting up in place of Pekka Rinne, Hutton was beaten twice over his shoulder by a couple of vintage Ovechkin blasts. Button blasted Hutton over his inability to stop Ovechkin...
Via Puck Drunk Love
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Confidence remains strong with Preds goalie Hutton despite winless record

Nearly halfway through the season, the Nashville Predators have arguably been one of the best teams in the NHL thanks primarily to the work of netminder Pekka Rinne. On the flip side, his counterpart Carter Hutton hasn't enjoyed the same type of success. With only five of Nashville's games under his belt so far, Hutton remains winless on the season. It's not been the greatest of...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Nashville Predators 3 – Anaheim Ducks 4

Optimistic Thoughts: Allowed the first goal? No Problem! The Predators fought back after being behind with the resurgence of the power play. Two consecutive man advantage goals in the second period gave the Predators the lead. The power play is quickly becoming a strength of the team after being a huge weakness for much of the season. Carter Hutton got the start and played reasonably...
Via The Predatorial
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Nashville Predators Goalie Carter Hutton Makes The Save Of The Year (GIF/Video)

Carter Hutton of the Nashville Predators has more than likely made the save of the year in the NHL. The Philadelphia Flyers shot the puck around the boards into the Nashville zone, and Hutton went behind the net to stop it. But the puck hit something around the boards and kicked out right into the slot and onto the stick of Michael Raffl… H/T to @SBNation for the GIF The post...
Via Total Sports Blog
January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Carter Hutton attributes Third Star of the Week honors to teammates

On the eve of playing his former team, Nashville Predators goaltender Carter Hutton was named the Third Star of the Week by the National Hockey League. “He’s working on his craft and, therefore, he’s getting results,” Head Coach Barry Trotz said. “Carter’s going to be up for every game.” The 27-year old rookie has started Nashville’s last three games and posted a...
Via Section 303
December 16, 2013  |  Discuss

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