Predators Would Be Foolish to Trade Forsberg
Rewind to a few seasons ago, or even just last season, and talks of the Nashville Predators trading Filip Forsberg would have been met with puzzled looks and comments such ...
Predators Have Necessary Pieces to Recover From Disappointing Season
It was not that long ago when the Nashville Predators were the plucky underdog, who were, dare we say it, easy to root for. However, after making a Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2017, the organization has regressed and regressed badly. In the 2018 playoffs they were eliminated in the second round, then took a […]
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Predators Bitten By Lack of Second Line Production, Again
The Nashville Predators find themselves down 2-1 in their best-of-five Qualifying Round series against the Arizona Coyotes after dropping Game 3 by a final score of 4-1. In such a short series it goes without saying that each game is critical. The Predators have lost two games and are already on the brink of elimination. […]
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Predators Will Soon See If Hynes Was the Right Choice
John Hynes will have a lot to prove in the 2020 NHL Playoffs. The salvaged conclusion to the season will be the head coach’s first shot in the postseason with the Nashville Predators, a team built to win now and expected to win now. Firing Peter Laviolette midseason demonstrated the state of the team and […]
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Win or Lose, Appreciating Roman Josi’s Norris Trophy-Worthy Season
Well, in perhaps one of the least surprising developments of the 2019-20 season, Nashville Predators’ captain Roman Josi was named a finalist for the Norris Trophy, an award signifying the NHL’s best defenseman this season. Along with the Swiss-born defenseman, the Washington Capitals’ John Carlson and the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Victor Hedman were also named […]
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Who Should Make the Predators’ Expanded Roster?
We’re inching closer and closer to the NHL’s return to play. We know the where and pretty much the when of this much-anticipated conclusion to the 2019-20 season. We are learning more and more about how the return will look with developments slowly being released week by week. Now’s finally the time to have a […]
Predators: What’s the Deal With Eeli Tolvanen?
Ah, Eeli Tolvanen. The prospect with so much hype that Nashville Predators’ fans thought they had drafted one of the league’s next great goal scorers. However, after waiting multiple seasons to see his highly anticipated skillset in a Predators’ uniform fulltime, many have let go of the same excitement they once held for the young […]
My Experience with Racism in Hockey
As a person of Caribbean heritage that grew up playing hockey, I have witnessed first-hand the insensitive remarks, behaviour and attitude that exists within certain hockey circles. Earlier this week, TSN produced a roundtable discussion with players regarding racism. The Iowa Wild’s J.T Brown, the Minnesota Wild’s Matt Dumba, the Winnipeg Jets’ Blake Wheeler and […]
How the Predators Would Be Affected By the 24-Team Playoff Proposal
We want hockey! Now, there may be arguments of how soon we want it to return. But the bottom line is, we all want to see the sport make a comeback at some point. Well, according to multiple sources, including TSN and Sportsnet, we could be inching closer. There is a proposal for a 24-team […]
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Predators’ MVP Not Named Roman Josi
It’s difficult to talk about the 2019-20 Nashville Predators without mentioning the captain, Roman Josi. It’s near impossible to discuss the team’s MVP without the Swiss defenceman being in the conversation. Scratch that, it’s completely impossible to have the MVP discussion without Josi. Let’s get it out of the way early, Josi is the Predators’ […]
Predators vs Golden Knights: A Potential First Round Series
When will hockey return? Well, no one really knows. Will the NHL be able to conclude the regular season? The league certainly hopes so, but it’s not definitive. What about the playoffs? Now, that seems more probable, but it’s not without at least some doubt and possible logistical issues. Throughout this pause, there has been […]
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Predators: Will We Ever Know Who They Are in 2019-20?
According to TSN, the regular season remains the NHL’s top priority. Sources report that Gary Bettman spoke with the board of governors and “reiterated the league’s preference and its priority to try and have some regular season games before a playoff.” There have been many scenarios batted around in an attempt to find a solution […]
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Predators May Have Their Future Backup Goalie in Ingram
It has been known for a while now that Juuse Saros is the Nashville Predators’ future goalie. The young Finn has backed up long-time Predators’ great Pekka Rinne for the past three-plus seasons, waiting, learning and developing. But with a career spanning more than 10 seasons, Rinne is clearly on the tail end of his […]
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Predators’ John Hynes: A Check-in
Nashville Predators’ head coach John Hynes was approaching his 30th game for his new team. Yeah 30, time flies, right? The 30th time behind the Predators’ bench was scheduled for Mar. 14 against the Columbus Blue Jackets. But, with the league “on pause” due to health concerns, the milestone for Hynes will have to wait. […]
Are Pekka Rinne’s Best Days Behind Him?
It wasn’t supposed to go this way. Ever since Juuse Saros’ introduction to the NHL, most knew he was going to be the Nashville Predators’ succession plan after Pekka Rinne. Saros waited patiently behind Rinne, allowing for the Predators to make the transition slowly and smoothly. Saros has seen more starts each season since entering […]
Predators Were Quiet at the Deadline, and That’s Okay
What you see is what you have. The NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone, with general manager David Poile and the Nashville Predators mainly staying quiet. However, there is one name leaving the Music City – Matt Irwin, but his playing time has been largely nonexistent for the past few months – and the […]
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Predators’ Trade Deadline Targets
The Nashville Predators are the perfect team to break fans’ hearts. High expectations heading into the season were followed by lackluster efforts that had the team on the wrong side of results on many nights. The Predators are still outside the playoffs, but just barely. With games in hand, they are set up nicely to […]
Predators’ Concern Over Shea Weber’s Health
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 […]
Predators’ Reasons for Optimism
It’s been tough for Nashville Predators fans to read team news this season. It wouldn’t be at all surprising if many fans have just resorted to switching off their team notifications from any sports apps they have. After all, positive outlooks for the team are extremely scarce and for good reason. There is no shortage […]
Predators’ Trade Deadline Decisions
With less than a month until the NHL trade deadline, most teams already know whether they’re buyers or sellers. Are they going to acquire players for a strong cup run? Or are they going to offload their current assets for picks and prospects in preparation for the future? Well, the decision of whether a team […]
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