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The Predcast, Episode 4: Trade Deadline, Prospects, and the Season

Episode 4 of The Predcast! Join your hosts Dan Bradley, Chris Link, and special guest Seth Lake (filling in for Mr. Martel, as he was in Chicago) as they dissect Nashville’s previous week, the week to come, the trade deadline, Martin Erat, Nashville’s prospects, and the rest of the Predators’ season. Also, subscribe to The Predcast on iTunes!...

The Marty Party’s Over; or Forsberg-er in Paradise

Trade deadline 2013 was a day of shock and jubilation for most Nashville Predators fans. First and foremost, the tumultuous and medicore Scott Hannan era drew to a close.  Hannan was jettisoned off to San Jose, and get this: they gave us a draft pick for him!  Can you believe it? Riding that high alone, social media seemed to be of the consensus that while...

BREAKING: Martin Erat/Michael Latta traded to the Capitals for Filip Forsberg

News broke just moments ago that Erat and Latta had been traded to Washington for Forsberg. Here is the release from Nashville’s PR department: “Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has acquired forward Filip Forsberg from the Washington Capitals in exchange for forwards Martin...

Predators grab first win of the season, knock off the Wild 3-1

Martin Erat’s game-winning goal at 11:45 of the third period would be the difference maker for Nashville as the Predators got their first win of the season, first road win of the year, and topped the Minnesota Wild tonight 3-1. Tonight’s matchup was the first time the Predators and Ryan Suter had met since Suter’s departure to the Wild over...

Nashville’s top line has a strong showing, but come up with only 1 point in season opener

It took six rounds of the shootout, but the Columbus Blue Jackets took a 2-1 shootout win over the Nashville Predators in front of a sell-out crowd of 17,113 at Bridgestone Arena. While Columbus’ victory ended a three-game streak of season opening wins for the Predators, the story for Nashville was the play of the top line of Martin Erat, Sergei Kostitsyn, and...