Nashville Predators News & Notes
Nashville Predators at Tampa Bay Lightning - Nashville Predators
Quick and dirty recap from last night's preseason game.
Preds' depth defenseman battle unglamorous, but key -The Tennessean
Honestly, I know it matters...but no I don't care.
Nashville Predators Announce 2015-16 Television Schedule, Broadcast Team - Nashville Predators
In case you missed our giant headline the other day; THIS IS AWSOME.
Hockey Centered News
Vanek isn’t ‘complaining’ about the Wild’s centers, but…. | ProHockeyTalk
While he may just be making excuses, he has a point and it makes me feel so much better about the Preds.
3 Impressions: Pens 7, Canes 3 - Pittsburgh Penguins - Features
Kessel seems to like having a real center as well. Two beautiful goals in his home debut.
Prank callers hijack John Tortorella USA Hockey press conference (Audio) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
This has nothing to do with centers, but its great.
Yup, Torts is still Torts | ProHockeyTalk
And hockey is better off for it.
Ducks' Chris Stewart has come a long way and is still battling - LA Times
I can just barely remember when he was good.
Former NHL player Ewen's brain coveted by CTE researchers - Article - TSN
This is a little rough, but very interesting.
Erik Johnson signs 7-year deal with Avalanche; has he earned it? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
The Avalanche overpaid to retain at least one NHL quality d-man.
Maple Leafs at forefront of NHL's biomechanics movement - Sportsnet.ca
Is it even sports anymore?
Sexual Assault And The NHL: League Response Through The Eyes Of A Survivor - Anaheim Calling
Worth the read.
St. Louis Blues Bizarre Ride II: The Hip-Hop Hockey Eastern Conference
Not sure how I feel about this one.
Like it or not, the celebration is back on for Blackhawks | Chicago Sun-Times
Lawyer for alleged rape victim in Kane case to hold news conference Wednesday - City & Region - The Buffalo News
The attorney who represents a woman who alleges that she was raped by hockey star Patrick Kane will hold his first news conference on the matter at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.