Predators Escape With Win After Wild OT
The slump is over! The Nashville Predators triumphed over the Minnesota Wild not once, but twice last night. Unfortunately, a very close, but correct offside review called the game back and overtime resumed. Kyle Turris then capped off a good night by scoring in the shootout and pushing the Predators out of their slump. Tuesday night […]
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Maple Leafs Have Their Way With Predators
Thursday featured one of the best games of the NHL season. Oh, also the Nashville Predators and Toronto Maple Leafs played. The Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Islanders combined for 13 goals while the Predators were merely a speed bump for the Leafs. Besides an incredible pass from P.K. Subban to Viktor Arvidsson, the […]
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Predators Survive the Avalanche
Friday night featured a potential first-round matchup between the Nashville Predators and the Colorado Avalanche. As it sits on Saturday afternoon, the Avalanche will narrowly miss the best in the West and the Predators will likely take on the Dallas Stars. Although the Stars and Avalanche are tied in points, the Avalanche have a game […]
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Potential Playoff Prey For Predators’ First Round
The playoffs are fast approaching and I’m more excited than I thought possible. The Nashville Predators are coming in hot and have almost locked down the first place spot, but the second wild card spot is still anyone’s guess. At this moment, there are five main candidates for that spot and the competition is heating […]
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Devils in the Details as Predators Lose
No one wants to see a 10 game win streak come to an end, but what goes up must come down. Down things came as the Nashville Predators fell 3-2 to the Devils. Although they lost, it was one of the better losses all season. The Predators battled back late and pushed the game to […]
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Predators Best in the NHL in Last 15 Games
No one can deny how great the Nashville Predators have been over the past 15 games. They’ve won 12 games, lost two in regulation, and lost once in overtime to collect 25 points out of 30. No team has been as hot, although some teams are not far behind. The Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, […]
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Predators Smother Dangerous Stars
The season is starting to wind down and the playoffs are inching closer. The Central Division remains the cream of the crop in the NHL and the race is only getting tighter. The Nashville Predators, Winnipeg Jets, Minnesota Wild, and Dallas Stars are all jockeying for position and the competition is getting nastier by the […]
Predators Top 3 Step Up Against Avalanche
No Roman Josi, no problem. The Nashville Predators were without their fearless leader during the matinee game on Sunday afternoon. Fans worried as Matt Irwin and Yannick Weber stepped up to fill the roles that were left empty by injuries. As those three prepared, tested linemates were split. Mattias Ekholm and P.K. Subban would not […]
Predators Have Fisher Back and It’s a Good Thing
Friday night was no ordinary game for the Nashville Predators. News broke that Roman Josi, Craig Smith and others would sit the game out for unknown reasons while one very important player would make his season debut. Mike Fisher stepped onto the ice at Rogers Arena and all those in Nashville could hardly contain their […]
Predators Ground High Flying Jets
In a preview of what should be the Western Conference Finals, the Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets came out swinging. It’s like if Goliath took on another version of Goliath, but with better goaltending. Nevertheless, the offensive slugfest resulted in a last-minute goal that put the Predators up six to five. Both Vezina worthy-goaltenders played […]
Rinne Plays SENS-ationally Against Ottawa
After a disappointing week, the Nashville Predators needed to make a statement. Pekka Rinne and the top line certainly did, but everyone else looked so-so. The worries about the power play are very real, even though they did score two goals. The zone entry system looks broken and the rest of it seems to revolve […]
Predators Are Failing Pekka Rinne
At the beginning of the season, I thought goaltending was going to be the biggest issue for the Nashville Predators. Many fans were left questioning if Pekka Rinne was too old and over the hill or if Juuse Saros was ready to take over the mantle and become a true starting goaltender. Nevertheless, we all […]
Predators Calle Jarnkrok Is Silently Shining
This offseason wasn’t an easy one for NHL general managers. The expansion draft forced many to make hard decisions, and none had a harder time than Nashville Predators GM David Poile. He had to make a decision to protect either Calle Jarnkrok or James Neal, both of whom were key contributors during the Stanley Cup Final […]
Nashville Predators: Why Is Viktor Arvidsson Underperforming?
Last season, Viktor Arvidsson was the hipster pick for breakout player of the year, and he didn’t disappoint. The Swedish winger put up a cool 31 goals and 61 points in 80 games. So far this season, the numbers have been down for the entire Nashville Predators squad. Arvidsson is no exception, as he likely […]
Nashville Predators: Is Signing Mike Fisher A Good Idea?
The Nashville Predators announced a new signing of an old face. Mike Fisher in making his return to the Music City, and it’s not exactly a good move. The Central Division is once again the Thunderdome and teams are loading up. The St. Louis Blues are looking at Mike Hoffman, the Stars are looking at […]
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