Coverage of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
A series comeback was not in the cards.
An impressive result in game 5 finds the Predators in yet another elimination game scenario tonight in Chicago. If they pull out a win tonight, game 7 will be Monday night in Smashville.
The Predators confirmed the Captain won't be returning just yet.
Some people might've guessed that "Prince" Filip Forsberg would be extra motivated last night. I can't imagine why....
Not much needs to be said about what needs to be done tonight in Nashville. The Predators have to win tonight to keep this series alive.
A systematic and thorough breakdown of the game that made our morning pretty gosh darn sour.
The Predators and the Blackhawks played almost two complete hockey games in one night, but Chicago broke the hearts of everyone in gold.
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Hunker down for the most important game of the year.
Or should we say "What Happened Yesterday Afternoon". Whatever.
The Nashville Predators will host the Chicago Blackhawks for Game 5 at Bridgestone Arena on Thursday night. Puck drop is at 8:30 p.m. Central, so be sure to get your rest the night before.
An pivotal Game 3 matchup on Sunday goes to the Blackhawks, who win 4-2 over the shorthanded Predators.
Riding the high of a blowout win in Nashville on Friday, the Preds look to steal home ice advantage back.
Scott Darling will start Game 3 for the #Blackhawks.— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) April 18, 2015
Scott Darling will start Game 3 for the #Blackhawks.
The Nashville Predators have officially chased Corey Crawford. Coach Q confirmed that the rookie netminder will get his first Stanley Cup playoffs start, and his second appearance this round.
Colin Wilson gonna make that paper. And the Preds must've read Thursday's piece.
The Predators responded to a less than stellar Game 1 by blowing the Blackhawks out of the water in Game 2.
Jaw, meet floor.
Here's a quick roundup of the events of this morning as we await Game 2...
Nashville seeking imperative win before heading out to the Windy City.
Let's hold hands and walk through the fires together.
What a game 1 that was. And to think that this was just the first of many to come.
Welcome back to the team, Willy.
We know you don't care.
We caught up with the infamous Blackhawks rag to get the other side of the series.
There are other series to pay attention to, regardless of the lies others tell.
Can Quenneville continue his playoff dominance with a stacked Chicago squad? Can Laviolette turn the Predators back into their mid-season form?
All the news from today's practice.
Let's take a look at the guys between the pipes for Round 1...
There may be more similarities than differences on the blue line between the Nashville Predators and Chicago Blackhawks. A comparison between the two shows Nashville may not have the upper hand many believe.
My 6 yo son Liam at hockey practice in New York City. Proudly wearing the #Preds jersey before Game 3 tonight. #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/5DutgWbP2b— Vae victis (@masonmandy) June 3, 2017
My 6 yo son Liam at hockey practice in New York City. Proudly wearing the #Preds jersey before Game 3 tonight. #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/5DutgWbP2b
NHL Media: The Chicago Blackhawks are unstoppable.P.K. Subban: pic.twitter.com/X4nAX0fTAC— Hockey Wilderness (@hockeywildernes) April 21, 2017
NHL Media: The Chicago Blackhawks are unstoppable.P.K. Subban: pic.twitter.com/X4nAX0fTAC