The Nashville Predators got off to a good start in this abbreviated 2019-20 season with two wins over the Columbus Blue Jackets, scoring eight goals against a notoriously stingy team. Their back-to-back set against the Carolina Hurricanes didn’t quite go as planned, with the first game a 4-2 loss where they looked flat and game two
In today’s NHL rumors, one hockey scribe suggests five possible trade destinations for Canadiens forward Max Domi. In Toronto, another scribe walks through how the Maple Leafs might fit Alex Pietrangelo onto their roster. Tyler Toffoli is apparently ready to talk contract extension with the Vancouver Canucks and a forward out of Nashville has told
Anytime a team’s season ends early there are stages to getting over the end of a lost season. At first, you’re sad, you may drown your sorrows, you may break down the game tape and find out where things went wrong or you may find yourself mad online trying to find answers on your Twitter
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, Jonas Siegel of The Athletic takes a look at who the Toronto Maple Leafs might lose in the Seattle expansion draft. At the same time, Luke Fox talks about the Maple Leafs goaltending situation being “critical”. In Edmonton, Allan Mitchell similiarly examined the Oilers expansion situation and realizes the Oilers
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