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Balanced Preds still running strong near the NHL quarter-pole mark

NASVHILLE, Tenn. -- Before the season started, Predators coach Peter Laviolette figured it would take roughly 20 games for everything new to start becoming routine. If that's the case, then the Predators (12-5-2) are well ahead of the curve, as the quarter-pole of the 82-game season nears. In fact, they're off to one of the fastest starts in franchise history, leading the...
Via Fox Sports Tennessee
2 days ago  |  Discuss

With new coach, Nashville Predators are preying on the NHL

Much praise has been heaped on Barry Trotz for the coaching job he did during his 15 seasons in Nashville. He was the first coach the franchise had ever known and they became known for playing a dull shut down style. Never having elite scoring talent the Predators under Barry Trotz effectively won close games and amassed 557 wins over 1196 games. However with the change to Peter...
Via Puck Drunk Love
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Nashville Off to Impressive Start

#459206512 / gettyimages.com There were two things done this past offseason that showed that the Nashville Predators were trying to move into a new direction. One of those was the firing of Barry Trotz, who was the only head coach in Predators’ history. Following Trotz’s departure, Peter Laviolette was hired. The other was the acquiring of 40-goal scorer James Neal. Under...
Via Beyond The Benches
2 days ago  |  Discuss

With Laviolette at the helm, should Nashville’s hot start come as a real surprise?

When news broke during the offseason that Barry Trotz would be fired from his long-time post as Predators head coach, there seemed to be an overwhelming sense of tranquility amongst Nashville’s fanbase that had longingly sought some type of change after the previous two seasons had failed to live up to any semblance of expectations. With the hiring of high-profile free agent, and...
Via The Predatorial
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Peter Laviolette Takes Puck To The Head, Keeps Coaching (Video)

Peter Laviolette is as tough as the guys he puts on the ice. The Nashville Predators coach and Franklin, Mass., native took a puck to the face during the first period of Tuesday night’s game in Winnipeg after a pass went off the glove of Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba and into the bench. The puck caught Laviolette right above the eye and although he looked to be in obvious...
Via NESN.com
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Predators coach Peter Laviolette drilled by puck, gets stitched up, returns (video)

In the umpteenth example illustrating that some of the toughest guys in professional sports are involved in hockey, Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette showed that getting hit by a puck above the right eye and needing stitches would not be enough to keep him off the bench. Laviolette was caught on the noggin by...Read More The post Predators coach Peter Laviolette drilled...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Peter Laviolette Hitting All The Right Notes In Music City

#457223046 / gettyimages.com You could forgive Nashville Predators fans for being a bit skeptical heading into the 2014-15 season. For the first time since they joined the NHL a coach other than Barry Trotz would be behind the Nashville bench. Peter Laviolette was coming off a disappointing 0-3 start with the Philadelphia Flyers when he was relieved of his duties last October, paving...
Via Beyond The Benches
October 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Laviolette on Nashville’s anemic powerplay: “The goals will come”

Through Nashville’s first five games of the season, their inability to convert on the powerplay was one of the most obvious questions that stuck out immediately. However, after Tuesday night’s game against the Arizona Coyotes, it seems like a much larger issue. After allowing four powerplay goals against the St. Louis Blues this past Saturday, the Coyotes completely shut down...
Via The Predatorial
October 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Laviolette “can’t wait” for camp, his first with a new team since 2001

Before taking the Nashville Predators job this past May, Peter Laviolette had been an NHL head coach three different times. He led the New York Islanders from 2001-2003, he was the bench boss of the Carolina Hurricanes from 2003-2008 and he was in charge of the Philadelphia Flyers from 2009-2013. In both Carolina and Philadelphia, he led his teams to the Stanley Cup Final, winning...
Via Section 303
September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Peter Laviolette out as Flyers coach

This morning, multiple sources reported that Peter Laviolette, the Flyers' coach for the last four seasons, was fired Monday morning after the team matched last year's franchise-worst 0-3-0 start. According to ESPN, it is the fastest firing in NHL history, matched only by Chicago's canning of Dennis Savard in 2008 after a 1-2-1 start. The team has looked sluggish in...
Via Flyerdelphia
October 07, 2013  |  Discuss
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