Scouting the Chicago Blackhawks and Winnipeg Jets Charlie Roumeliotis: Scouts listed to attend yesterday’s Blackhawks-Jets game: Edmonton Oilers (2), Montreal Canadiens (2), Ottawa Senators (2), Vegas Golden Knights (2), Boston Bruins, Carolina Hurricanes, Columbus Blue Jackets, Colorado Avalanche, Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Nashville Predators, New York
EDMONTON — Leon Draisaitl had two goals and an assist as the Edmonton Oilers emerged with a 4-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Tuesday. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Josh Archibald also scored and Connor McDavid picked up three assists for the Oilers (25-18-5), who have gone 5-1-1 in their last seven outings. Filip Forsberg and
Scouting the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals Adam Kimelman: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Flyers-Capitals game: Chicago Blackhawks (2), Edmonton Oilers (2), Anaheim Ducks, New Jersey Devils, Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning, Los Angeles Kings, and the Detroit Red Wings. Scouting the Los Angeles Kings and Dallas Stars Dennis Bernstein:
Predators fire Laviolette Adam Vingan: The Nashville Predators have fired head coach Peter Laviolette and assistant coach Kevin McCarthy. Adam Vingan: No interim coach has been named yet and who coaches tonight hasn’t been determined yet. Pierre LeBrun: Laviolette had one more year on his contract at around $2.5 million. Quick Hits Pierre LeBrun: “David
Update: The Nashville Predators have hired John Hynes to be their head coach Predators open for business … Will they be deadline Sellers? Greg Wyshynski of ESPN: Absolutely expect the Nashville Predators to make some trades before the February 24th NHL trade deadline. GM David Poile stated after the Winter Classic that they are “open
Notes on the Predators, Sabres, Penguins, Bruins, and Senators Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun: Nashville Predators GM David Poile has been trying to trade Kyle Turris for the past year. Coach Peter Laviolette could eventually take the fall but Poile said it doesn’t appear to be an option at this time. Former New Jersey
In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is news on the NHL having meetings regarding the string of injuries coming from skate cuts, the Edmonton Oilers are making recalls and looking at some trade targets around the NHL and the Nashville Predators may considering trading a struggling forward. The NHL Laceration Task Force After Toronto Maple
The NHL’s annual trade deadline will be at 3 pm ET on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020. However, several clubs could attempt to make moves well before that date. Non-contenders, such as the Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Kings, could wait until the deadline to maximize the returns on the players they attempt to shop.
Senators could move out some pending UFAs Ken Warren of the Ottawa Sun: The Ottawa Senators have remained competitive for most nights as they deal with a young lineup and injuries. They potentially could have two top-five picks – also own the San Jose Sharks first-round pick. The Senators would get a solid return if
PITTSBURGH — Jake Guentzel’s power-play goal with 1:03 remaining helped the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Nashville Predators 6-4 on Saturday night. Bryan Rust’s initial point shot missed the net. Evgeni Malkin gathered the puck behind the net and gave it to Guentzel, who tucked it inside the left post for the winning goal. Rust scored
Andersson suspended and his trade value is real low Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The New York Rangers have suspended forward Lias Andersson after he left their AHL affiliate in Hartford. He requested a trade prior to leaving the team. The Rangers have likely been looking to move him prior to his trade request.
Interested in Kovalchuk includes… Boston Hockey Now: Teams that are interested in Ilya Kovalchuk include the Boston Bruins, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Montreal Canadiens, and Florida Panthers. Bob McKenzie: The Bruins don’t appear to be interested in signing Kovalchuk. Rumor roundup for Friedman’s thoughts Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet: New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider
OTTAWA — Anthony Duclair scored a power-play goal 2:40 into overtime Thursday night, giving Marcus Hogberg his first career NHL win in the Ottawa Senators’ 5-4 victory over the Nashville Predators. Hogberg, an emergency recall for the Senators after goaltender Anders Nilsson became ill, stopped 33 shots. Colin White, Vladimir Namestnikov, Artem Anisimov and Brady Tkachuk also scored for the Senators (15-18-3), who
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Jack Eichel had two goals and extended his NHL-leading point streak to 15 games, Victor Oloffson scored in the third period, and the Buffalo Sabres beat the Nashville Predators 4-3 on Thursday night. Jimmy Vesey also scored and Linus Ullmark made 36 saves as the Sabres won their third in a row.
NASHVILLE — Nick Bonino, Dante Fabbro and Rocco Grimaldi each had a goal and an assist, and the Nashville Predators beat the New Jersey Devils 6-4 on Saturday night. Yakov Trenin scored his first NHL goal, and Daniel Carr and Filip Forsberg also scored for Nashville, which snapped a two-game losing skid. Mattias Ekholm had
Scouting the Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues Dan Kingerski: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Penguins-Blues game: Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, Detroit Red Wings, and the New York Rangers (local). Scouting the Los Angeles Kings and Washington Capitals Dennis Bernstein: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Kings-Blues game: Pittsburgh Penguins, Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers,
NASHVILLE — Daniel Carr scored the deciding goal in the shootout and the Nashville Predators beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Monday night. Nick Bonino and Ryan Johansen scored in regulation time for Nashville, and Juuse Saros made 23 saves in regulation and overtime for the Predators. Saros stopped three of four shots in
Nashville Predators in some serious trouble now. Adam Vingan of The Athletic (Mailbag): Again, it is getting more and more apparent that Peter Laviolette is wearing out his welcome in Nashville quickly. The first question focuses on line changes. Do coaches tend to shift lines more when things are not going well? That answer is yes in