Postgame notes from Nashville’s 4-3 win over Calgary on Tuesday night at Bridgestone Arena.
While highly-touted Predators prospect Filip Forsberg did not find the scoresheet in Nashville’s 3-0 loss to Detroit, he never seemed out of place during his NHL debut.
In the midst of a 5-game losing streak, Nashville’s playoff chances have dwindled to 0.009%. Despite the fact that the games essentially mean nothing, Nashville’s Hal Gill still finds losing unacceptable.
As Nashville’s playoff chances dwindle to a nearly impossible amount, the Predators come to terms with their fate.
After joining the Columbus Blue Jackets at the trade deadline, Marian Gaborik wasted no time finding his way onto the scoresheet, netting 2 points in his first game on Thursday.
Predators defensemen Kevin Klein and Scott Hannan stayed on the ice for nearly all of a second period 5-on-3 penalty kill.
Weber’s return to Nashville could be reluctant, but it is extremely beneficial to the Predators.
Nashville’s captain has been named a finalist for the league’s top defenseman award for the second consecutive season.
Weber’s hit on Detroit’s Henrik Zetterberg as time expired merited a meaningless minor penalty. Will the NHL add supplemental discipline?
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After a series of social media missteps, Titan Sports Management has not demonstrated the know-how to negotiate a major NHL contract.
In 1990, David Poile let Scott Stevens walk away from the Washington Capitals.
Is he prepared to do the same with Shea Weber?
By filing for arbitration, the team may have avoided a franchise-changing blunder.