DAVID POILE RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Nashville Predators have released a video of General Manager David Poile visiting with play-by-play man Pete Weber about the two trades they made today.
VIDEO CREDIT: Nashville Predators official web site
The following was transcribed from the statement the Nashville Predators issued out via Twitter on the David Legwand trade earlier this day.
“We thank David Legwand for being a pillar of this organization since he became our first ever draft pick in 1998. David has been a part of some of the greatest moments in our franchise’s history since he made his NHL debut in April of 1999...
The NHL’s trade deadline is less than 24 hours away and the Nashville Predators aren’t expected to be major players. That said, there is one thing General Manager David Poile and company need to do.
They need to trade David Legwand.
Poile spoke with The Tennessean’s John Glennon yesterday and stated that the alternate captain very well finish out the season in gold.
At the NHL trading deadline of 2012, Nashville Predators general manager David Poile was in a clear position to buy.
Last year at the same time, he was in a clear position to sell.
This season, nothing much is clear.
Entering Monday, the Predators remained four points out of the final wild-card playoff berth in the Western Conference and a variety of factors are tying not only the...
The general manager of the U.S. hockey team and the Nashville Predators says the errant puck to the face two weeks ago has left him unable to see out of his right eye.
David Poile, who wore an eye patch, spoke briefly with reporters Thursday for the first time since being hit Feb. 6 during a pregame skate in Minnesota.
Poile says the puck broke his nose in three places and cracked...
Via AP on Fox
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Nashville Predators General Manager David Poile spoke with the media for the first time since taking a puck to the eye before a game in St. Paul, Minnesota on February 6.
“At this time, I have no sight in my right eye,” Poile said. “The doctors are holding out hope that, in time and there will be some sight coming back there but, at the moment, that’s where we are.”
How unlucky is it to be David Poile? Well, with the odds of being struck by a rouge puck square in the face while standing in the relative safety of a tunnel leading to the dressing room being about a gazillion-to-one, that's pretty unlucky.Some may say he's fortunate that the puck nailed him just above the eye, sparing his vision - but having to endure three surgeries...
As David Poile recovers from the serious injuries he suffered in a freak accident almost two weeks ago, he can take comfort in the performance of the U.S. Olympic team he so meticulously and painstakingly built.
It's arguable that in the preliminary round, the United States was the best team of the 12 nations competing. The United States won all three of its games, but earned...
Nashville Predators general manager David Poile, who also is general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, underwent a procedure on his injured eye last Friday in Nashville and is expected to return to office work this week, the team announced.
The procedure, performed at Vanderbilt Medical Center, was "designed to allow for further evaluation of his injury,"...
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Nashville Predators general manager David Poile, who doubles as the general manager of the U.S. men's Olympic hockey team, will not travel to the Sochi Games because of injuries suffered when he was struck in the head by a puck last week, USA Hockey announced on Monday.
The Predators confirmed the news.
USA Hockey coaches and executives in Sochi discussed the subject after a...