The highly-anticipated NHL trade deadline is less than a week away, and it’s still not really clear what the Nashville Predators will do. There’s no clear-cut answer to what the Nashville Predators and GM David Poile will decide to do at the trade deadline in six days.
We’ve been saying for a while that the Nashville Predators need a decent winning streak during this playoff push. They look to extend it tonight. This has been the most excitement and optimism surrounding the Nashville Predators since October.
It’s better late than never, and the Nashville Predators are surging at just the right time. And with plenty of games left to go. Many of us were way down on the Nashville Predators just two weeks ago.
Photo by Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images If Nashville’s season goes sideways, there’s always college hockey. As the second half of the season has gotten underway, some of Nashville’s prospects have begun to raise some eyebrows both in North America and Europe.
Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images The Predators take the weekend and win the away and home back-to-back against the St. Louis Blues! Last night’s game seemed like an emotional release for both teams.
Whenever the Nashville Predators have had these opportunities to take big steps forwards, they’ve fallen short. They have another chance today. Sooner or later the Nashville Predators have to start winning these crucial games that can springboard them back into the playoff picture.
Shea Weber brought so much joy to Nashville Predators fans over many seasons, but now he might bring so much pain. The long-time captain was one of Nashville’s first legit superstars and he will always have a special place in the hearts of the Smashville faithful, which is why the recent news of his injury hurts on two levels.
Never thought I’d write that headline, but the Nashville Predators still have a pulse thanks to an unlikely source. You just never really know what’s going to happen in hockey compared to other sports, and that’s why true fans can’t get enough of it.
We got a big taste of what the Nashville Predators can be capable of when everyone shows up. Craig Smith led the way early and often. What a response by the Nashville Predators last after after being embarrassed by the Vancouver Canucks earlier in the week.
A year ago, Granlund looked like a great pickup for Nashville and one who could be a longer-term piece. But it hasn’t come close to working out, and over the next month, it’s almost certain that he’ll be dealt once again.