Predators: Nashville Willing to Entertain Offers on Almost Everyone

The Nashville Predators improved to 7-10-0 on the season after defeating the Columbus Blue Jackets Saturday, but that hasn’t quite changed fortunes for the franchise overall.

Predators: Hynes is the Hire, But Can They Win?

The Nashville Predators announced the hiring of head coach John Hynes Tuesday and with it came a glimpse of where the team is headed. Former head coach Peter Laviolette was shelved Monday and general manager David Poile announced Hynes as the new hire with a press conference a day later, making the former New JerseyContinue reading “Predators: Hynes is the Hire, But Can They Win?”

Predators: Nashville Moves on From Laviolette, but What’s Next?

Peter Laviolette is out as head coach of the Nashville Predators and a new bench boss is waiting in the wings, apparently. General manager David Poile has announced a press conference for Tuesday to reveal Laviolette’s successor. The Predators are a franchise built to win, but it hasn’t panned out this season. Nashville has lostContinue reading “Predators: Nashville Moves on From Laviolette, but What’s Next?”

Predators: This Kyle Turris Situation is a Mess

Things are not going well for the Nashville Predators and forward Kyle Turris. Granted, the Predators did defeat the St. Louis Blues Monday by a final score of 3-2 in the shootout. That improved Nashville to 11-9-3 on the season, good for fifth in the Central Division. They knocked off a hot team in theContinue reading “Predators: This Kyle Turris Situation is a Mess”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Nashville Predators

The Nashville Predators are gearing up to win the Central Division for a third straight season and there’s every reason to believe they can do it. They strengthened their forward core this off-season, adding Matt Duchene to condense things down the middle. The move meant the departure of defenceman P.K. Subban, who was traded toContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Nashville Predators”