They say you’re only as good as your last game. If that’s true, the Nashville Predators do not look very good. The last time we saw them they were fist-bumping the Arizona Coyotes in the bubble after being eliminated from the best-of-five, Stanley Cup qualifying series. That’s not how the Predators want to be remembered.
The Nashville Predators are in a great situation going into the 2020-21 season in terms of player contracts. Their highest-paid player (Roman Josi) just won the Norris Trophy as the league’s top defenceman, and shows no signs of slowing down at 30 years of age. And with nearly $13 million in cap space, it’s not
The Nashville Predators began the season with +1450 odds to win the Stanley Cup, which had them placed with the eighth-best odds to win hockey’s most coveted prize. Ahead of them in sixth and seventh place, respectively, were the Washington Capitals and St. Louis Blues, the last two teams to win it all. Related: 10