If you didn't stay up late last night to catch the game, first go take a look at the highlights, and be kind to those bleary-eyed Predators fans this morning, as a promising evening turned sour in the final minute. For post-game reaction, check out See Puck City, What the Puck, Section 303, Brandon Felder, and Preds on the Glass.
This evening, be sure to catch HockeyBuzz Radio. Paul McCann's guests will be former Jack Adams Award-winning coach Ted Nolan, and Globe & Mail columnist Stephen Brunt, who has a new book out, "Gretzky's Tears" . You can catch the show at 6:00 p.m. on 560-AM in Nashville, or via WNSR.com. I'll post a link to the podcast later this evening.
After the jump, we've got your morning news & notes...
Twitter / Mark Willoughby: Predator fans: New third j ...
Mark got word from the Preds that the new 3rd jerseys are coming soon!
Predators lose on last-minute goal - The Tennessean
Just check the quotes from Dan Ellis, and you'll see that he holds himself accountable for that final goal by San Jose last night.
Around the NHL
Greatest Hockey Legends.com: Lest We Forget: Bob Carse - Hockey's POW
As we recognize Veteran's Day, Joe Pelletier brings us the story of a Chicago Blackhawk whose hockey career ended when he enrolled to serve in World War II.
Down Goes Brown: The NHL's top secret flow chart for handing out suspensions
At last, we can finally get to the bottom of the NHL's supplementary discipline procedure...
Guest Blogger Reid Simpson on dangerous hits: 'I don't believe you can punish players for injuries resulting from their actions' - Puck Daddy
The former Nashville Predator writes from the players' perspective about how hard it is to judge the intent behind any given hit, and the problems that raises for the league.
General managers opt for status quo on goalie trapezoid - NHL.com
Some GM's talk about the decision not to change the trapezoid rule...
Out Of Left Field: Senators attendance drop should raise red flags
The Ottawa Senators are suffering from sagging attendance (shh... don't tell Jim Balsillie).
Hitchcock reaches benchmark behind the bench - NHL.com
A big milestone comes for Columbus coach Ken Hitchcock tonight as he coaches his 1,000th NHL game.