We’re not going to lose players because of money.
The only way we’ll lose them is if there’s some chemistry issue, or their grandmother lives in Montreal or something, the intangibles. But they know we’re competitive and they know we’re committed after this season, so we’re in a really good place.
This morning, OTF recorded its 3 millionth visitor all-time, and we passed the 6 million page-view mark a few weeks ago. Thanks to all of you!
Since Wednesday, ticket quantity for the Predators v Coyotes Game 4 has dropped from 4,100+ to a current level of just over 1,000. Price over this period has also dropped, just over 20%, to a current average of $110.
Tonight’s game will be aired on SportSouth beginning at 6:30 pm ct. Here are the channel locations.
DISH Network: 454 (SD) 9577 (HD)
DIRECTV: 651 (SD) 651-1 (HD)
AT&T U-verse: 694 (SD) 1694 (HD)
SportSouth on Comcast:
Nashville: 26 (SD) 1676 (HD)
Chattanooga: 53 (SD) 402 (HD)
Knoxville: 58 (SD) 450 (HD)
Memphis: 52 (SD) 831(HD)
#SNPlayoffs news. #toughloss #Redwings Helm playoff run is over. Its believed tendon damage that required surgery went well.
He’s at the hospital in surgery. He has his forearm cut but we don’t know; that’s why he’s at the hospital. We don’t know to what extent or how severe, if any tendons or anything were cut we don’t know but it was pretty severe. As soon as it happened he skated straight to the bench and we were on the penalty kill and he’d never do that and they took him from the game right away.
NHL PLAYERS POLL
Which goalie could drop the pads and skate a shift if needed?
Mike Smith, Coyotes….19%
Martin Brodeur, Devils….17%
Pekka Rinne, Predators….9%
Carey Price, Canadiens….8%
Ray Emery, Blackhawks….5%