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News Flash

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014

First career recall for Colton Sissons. Via a press release from the Nashville Predators PR department: “Nashville, Tenn. – Nashville Predators President of Hockey...

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Predatorials

Has Del Zotto received a fair chance since his trade to the Predators?

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014

When defenseman Michael Del Zotto was traded to the Nashville Predators, David Poile touted him as a player who could help Nashville “get back into the playoff race”...

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Predatorial Pregame Warmup

Predatorial Pregame Warmup: January 20th, 2014

Posted by on Jan 20, 2014

UPDATE: Carter Hutton said after morning skate that he would be getting the start in net against the Stars. — Prior to tonight’s game against Dallas, some of the...

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Post Game Breakdowns

Nashville Predators 1 – Chicago Blackhawks 3

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013

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Recent Posts

Predators last team of most recent expansion to undergo re-haul, time for change?

Predators last team of most recent expansion to undergo re-haul, time for change?

Apr 4, 2014

In the final decade of the 20th century, nine teams were added to the NHL: (in chronological order) the San Jose Sharks, Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lightning, Florida Panthers, Anaheim Ducks, Nashville Predators, Atlanta Thrashers (now the Winnipeg Jets), Columbus Blue Jackets, and Minnesota Wild. Of those nine teams, all have been to the playoffs at least...

Predators offensive woes cured by visit from NHL-worst Buffalo Sabres

With only nine games remaining, the Nashville Predators are living on a prayer. For a team who had scored more than one goal twice in the past six games and is 25th in the entire NHL in goals per game with 2.41, the Predators needed an answer for their offensive woes. Who better to pay a visit than the NHL-worst Buffalo Sabres. Scoring four goals in the first...

Multi-goal efforts from Josi, Cullen not enough to propel Predators past Avalanche

Scoring more than three goals a game has been one of Nashville’s recipes of success over the past handful of years. This season for the Predators, what can go wrong will seemingly go wrong. Sacrificing leads of 2-0, 3-2, and 4-3, the Nashville Predators would squander two-goal nights from both Roman Josi and Matt Cullen, dropping a 5-4 decision to the...

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 20: Offensive War, Jarnkrok/Forsberg, Ranking GM’s

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 20: Offensive War, Jarnkrok/Forsberg, Ranking GM’s

Mar 25, 2014

Episode 20 of Season 2 of The Predcast! Join your hosts Kristopher Martel, Dan Bradley and Chris Link as they wrap up the week that was for the Nashville Predators, the “war” against developing offensive talent, the performances of Calle Jarnkrok and Filip Forsberg, ranking the league’s General Managers, and the always favorite “Five...

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 19: Accepting defeat and looking at the future

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 19: Accepting defeat and looking at the future

Mar 17, 2014

Episode 19 of Season 2 of The Predcast! Join your hosts Kristopher Martel, Dan Bradley and Chris Link as they wrap up the week that was for the Nashville Predators, accepting defeat, looking at the future of the team, talking about potential playoff possibilities in the NHL, and the always favorite “Five Tough Questions”. Subscribe at iTunes Listen...

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 18: Roster predictions, scoring woes, “The Swedish Connection”

The Predcast, Season 2 – Ep. 18: Roster predictions, scoring woes, “The Swedish Connection”

Mar 10, 2014

Episode 18 of Season 2 of The Predcast! Join your hosts Dan Bradley and Chris Link as they wrap up the week that was for the Nashville Predators, their scoring problems, roster predictions, a little prospect talk, and the always favorite “Five Tough Questions”. Subscribe at iTunes Listen on Stitcher Radio (Available in the App Store and Google Play)...

Scoring woes coming at the wrong time for Nashville

Sitting 10 points back of the final wild card spot in the Western Conference after their 1-0 loss against the Columbus Blue Jackets this evening, Nashville seems to slowly be heading to a second-straight year without a playoff birth, something that hasn’t happened since making their first appearance in the playoffs in the 2003-2004 season. What may be...

Five things prior to tonight’s Predators/Blue Jackets game…

Nashville comes into tonight’s game dropping six of their last seven games (1-4-2) with their only win coming last Thursday against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Columbus, on the other hand, had won three straight games before seeing their win streak snapped against the Chicago Blackhawks this past Thursday night. After tonight, Nashville has only six home...