Nashville Predators News & Notes
Rangers end five-game losing streak with win against Predators | NHL
As frustrated as I am with Alexei Emelin and Matt Irwin, I can't help but tip my hat to Henrik Lundqvist. The Preds threw everything but the kitchen sink at King Henrik in the 3rd period yesterday, but he proved to be more than up to the task.
Hamilton Thrilled as U.S. Figure Skating Holds Major Event in Nashville | Nashville Predators
"Never in Scott Hamilton's wildest dreams did he imagine Ford Ice Center would host a U.S. Figure Skating Regional Championship event, let alone just three years into the facility's existence."
Other Hockey News & Notes
Ducks' Fowler suffers lower-body injury | TSN
Yikes. The injuries in Anaheim are really starting to stack up. Ryan Miller, Hampus Lindholm, Sami Vatanen, Ryan Kesler (gag), Ryan Getzlaf, Patrick Eaves and now Cam Fowler are all currently dealing with injuries.
Canadiens' flaws already exposed in brutal start to 2017-18 season - Sportsnet.ca
Speaking of all those Ducks injuries... Montreal still managed to find a way to lose to them. Can't imagine a much worse start for the Habs.
Is Pacioretty responsible for the Habs' struggles? | TSN
God... these Montreal doomsday takes are just delicious.
Martin & Marner: Bromance, smelling salts and the demotion | Sportsnet
Martin & Marner. Buddy Cop comedy coming to a theater near you in 2018.
Sean Avery's tell-all book delivers the goods | The Hockey News
“When you went to a Rangers game with Sean Avery in the lineup, you had no idea what was going to happen, no f$%^ing clue,” he said. “It was a total coin-toss. Now, nothing happens – maybe a couple pretty goals are scored.”
Hopefully Sean Avery doesn't refer to himself in the third person throughout the whole book. Joking aside, this seems like a really fun read and I'll definitely be checking it out.
Where does Jagr fit on the Flames lineup? | Sportsnet
Answer: On whatever line can hide his extreme lack of speed.
The quest for better CTE detection, and what it means for hockey | Sportsnet
Boston University researchers believe they may have found a way to diagnose CTE in living patients. If they're proven right, it could fundamentally change the game of hockey.
Don’t call it a gimmick: Southern Pro Hockey League striving to innovate with playoff challenge format | The Hockey News
"On Monday, the 10-team minor league announced that this season will feature a new playoff format: first round match-ups won't be determined by the traditional seeding method, but instead by way of good old-fashioned call-outs."
Yeah... that definitely sounds like a gimmick.