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.
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?”
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?”
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”
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”