On Sunday, the St. Louis Rams drafted defensive end Michael Sam out of the University of Missouri with the 249th overall pick in the NFL Draft. Sam, who is openly gay, became the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL. A year ago, NBA free agent Jason Collins made headlines while coming […]
I had been a somewhat casual hockey fan prior to becoming a Predators season ticket holder in 2006. I attended my first game in 1999, bought my first ticket in 2004 and having a series of ice packs to get through the post-lockout season in 2005. However, for the 2006-07 season, I took the plunge […]
The Nashville Predators selected Victoriaville Tigres defenseman Jonathan-Ismael Diaby in the 3rd round, 64th overall, on Sunday.
On the night that Ryan Suter makes his return to Nashville as a member of the Minnesota Wild, Chris Mason reflects on his return in 2008 as a member of the St. Louis Blues.
Teemu Selanne has been in the league for over 20 years, he’s scored more goals than all but 10 other NHL players, he’s one a Stanley Cup…and at 42, he’s still one of the most dangerous forwards in the League.
Curtis McElhinney has played in 69 NHL games, but he’s spent the greater part of the last two seasons in the AHL. He hopes for one more shot at the big time.
The Milwaukee defenseman's weekend began with a viral video and ended with one of the biggest honors in his career.
Chris Mason was one of the most popular Nashville Predators during the team’s first decade. Now he’s back in town with his eyes on hockey’s ultimate prize.
An epic tale of one man’s quest to prove the myth of Jack Maclellan.
Saturday night’s return to Nashville will not be Chris Mason’s first, but it could be his strangest.
Chris Mueller is Milwaukee’s lone representative at the 2012 AHL All Star Classic at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Bruce Boudreau, the 2008 Jack Adams winner, has taken on a new challenge with the Anaheim Ducks.
George Parros discusses his mustache, his facial hair inspiration, mustache grooming and the fact that he cannot grow a beard.
Dan Ellis discusses coming back to Nashville, leaving Tampa and his thoughts on Twitter.
Answering the age-old question of whether or not hockey players play as themselves in video games.
The 6’4″ enforcer aims to make Nashville’s opening day roster.