The final score might indicate that the Nashville Predators finally erupted offensively and were just the victims of shaky goaltending from Juuse Saros, but that actually doesn’t tell the complete story.
The Nashville Predators are looking for a way to get back in the win column after opening the season with a 1-3-0 record on a four-game homestand. They get the slumping Winnipeg Jets tonight for their first road game.
Shaun was at Bridgestone for Nashville’s loss to the Rangers on Thursday night. Here are his thoughts. The Setup Last night, my goal at Bridgestone arena was to pay close attention to the passing game, on-ice intensity over the course of the game, and a suggestion from Blake Sulcer over on Twitter: the Line of the Night.
The holidays are here! And with shipping rates and times escalating, you need to start shopping for the Nashville Predators fans in your life. If you’re like me, the sleigh bells are about to start ringing.
The Nashville Predators got their first win of the season last night, defeating the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 in Viktor Arvidsson‘s return to Nashville. Although it was a low-scoring affair, this was easily the most complete effort the Nashville Predators have given in their first three games.
No one is becoming a quicker fan favorite for the Nashville Predators than Tanner Jeannot. In fact, you can argue he’s already arrived as one of the top fan favorites thanks to his physical style of play and ability to come up big in clutch moments.
Shaun was at Bridgestone Arena Tuesday night to see the Predators defeat the Los Angeles Kings 2-1. Here are his thoughts on the game. Much like Bryan Bastin’s Thoughts from the Tire Barn, this will be my column you should expect to see the morning after games I cover from Bridgestone Arena.
A hockey game was allegedly played. Tonight, the Nashville Predators clashed with the Los Angeles Kings in their third game of the season. After watching 40 minutes of some of the most mind-numbing hockey in recent memory and 20 minutes of fun stuff, we bring you this recap of the evening’s events.
With the season still very much in its infancy, the Nashville Predators are looking for that elusive first win of 2021-22, while still trying to solve their depth issues and build crucial line chemistry.
Well, hockey fans, we made it! After a bubble, a condensed season, and weird, temporarily aligned divisions, we are knocking on the door of returning to “normal.” A full, 82-game season, with more familiar divisional rivals, is about to get underway for the Nashville Predators.
At the midway point of the 2020-21 season, the Nashville Predators were struggling. The team was nowhere near a playoff position and as a result it was rumored they were shopping Mattias Ekholm, despite the fact he still had a year left on his contract.