Nashville Predators News
Filip Forsberg at heart of Nashville Predators' scoring drought | SI.com
A sophomore slump has claimed Nashville’s Filip Forsberg and his inability to score during a 16-game drought is dragging the Predators down.
Seth Jones Developing Well for the Predators | Today's Slapshot
The 6’4" defenseman was able to make the immediate jump to the NHL at 18 years-old, one year removed from playing in the WHL.
Eric Robinson Reassigned to Cincinnati | Admirals Roundtable
The former Dartmouth winger better clean his best spaghetti fork for some chili.
5 takeaways from Predators' win vs. Sabres | The Tenneseean
Cody Hodgson with two GWGs this season.
Around the NHL
Radim Vrbata scores as Canucks top Wild 3-2 | Hockey Wilderness
Two goals from Vrbata were enough to outlast the Wild.
Marc Bergevin Inks Extension With Montreal | Todays SlapShot
Under the former defenseman, Montreal has failed to miss the playoffs and are tied for third in the NHL in regular season wins (with 141).
Price injured as Habs rout New York | Eyes On The Prize
Habs best Rangers, lose Price to injury.
Caps Down Jets 5-3 With Russian Influence | Japers' Rink
All three starting Russians scored tonight as the Washington Capitals took it to the Winnipeg Jets, scoring a 5-3 victory in Washington on Wednesday.
Frank Vatrano and the Bruins defy statistics, win 3-2 in OT | Stanley Cup of Chowder
Bruins outplayed, win anyway because that is allowed to happen.
St. Louis Blues force overtime, then fall 4-3 to Pittsburgh Penguins | FOX Sports
Evgeni Malkin scored 1:03 into overtime and Sidney Crosby broke out with two goals to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins over the St. Louis Blues 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Chicago snaps San Jose's 6-game win streak in 5-2 win | Second City Hockey
Patrick Kane extends his point streak to 17 games.
Big Ten ignites firestorm of controversy in NCAA hockey | The Hockey News
If the Big Ten legislation goes through – and it is scheduled to be voted on in April – the power balance could shift to the marquee schools even more.