The Nashville Predators had many options heading into free agency and players that they needed to decide to get rid of or bring back. They re-signed forward Mikael Granlund to a four-year contract worth $5 million average annual value (AAV), which was hit or miss depending on who you ask.
Nashville adds a free agent netminder to support Juuse Saros. The moment Pekka Rinne announced his retirement from the NHL, the Nashville Predators gained an additional position of need in an already hectic offseason: backup goalie.
We saw Calle Järnkrok get selected in the Seattle Kraken expansion draft. Who are some viable options to fill his spot in the lineup? It only took a couple of scrolls through Twitter to get the gist of the expansion draft.
In the first round of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, we received another clear sign of the Nashville Predators’ direction. They selected not one but two forwards whose strengths suit Nashville for purely aggressive, hard-working hockey.
It’s prospects and pipeline season, so here’s an interview with someone who we hope will be part of Nashville’s future. A long, long time ago, Eric and Eamon sat down with Notre Dame defender and Preds prospect Spencer Stastney to talk about the following: Mr.
With the 19th pick in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, the Nashville Predators have selected Fyodor Svechkov from HC Lada Togliatti of the VHL About Fyodor Svechkov Fyodor Svechkov, considered the best Russian forward in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, is often praised for the defensive side of his game.
Prokop said he has received support "behind the scenes" from other members of the NHL including commissioner Gary Bettman and that he believes coming out publicly will allow him to grow into a better hockey player.
As per Adam Vingan of The Athletic, the Nashville Predators are holding a “major press conference” at 11 a.m. CT on Tuesday. His understanding is that the team will be making some kind of announcement or sharing news that involves goaltender Pekka Rinne.
Nashville Predators general manager David Poile made a trade ahead of this year’s NHL Expansion Draft when he moved Viktor Arvidsson. Not everyone liked the trade, but Poile didn’t have much choice after recent conversations with the Seattle Kraken suggested that the NHL’s newest team would have taken Arvidsson.
Fewer defenseman have been more up and down, or in and out with their team in the past season than Mattias Ekholm of the Nashville Predators. A more-than useful blueliner, he was heavily discussed as one of this past season’s trade deadline possibilities for a number of teams.