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In today’s reading, one of Mike Fisher’s favorite charities receives a great donation from the Predators Foundation, the Preds are #1 both in our hearts and ESPN’s North American professional sports franchises, and some other less important teams did less important things.

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Nashville Predators News

Preds Foundation Presents Check to Fund Mike Fisher Legacy Project |
The Predators Foundation donated a check of $8,000 to one of Fisher's favorite local philanthropies, Room in the Inn! Great work Mike!

ESPN names Nashville Predators best franchise in professional sports | WKRN News 2
This has been talked about a lot over the last two days. However, I never get tired of reading these great things about our favorite organization so you get to read them too!

Central Division Roundup

NHL fines Blackhawks’ Ryan Hartman $2.3K for slashing Golden Knights’ Brayden McNabb - Second City Hockey
That could Hart his wallet, man. (Sorry, I'm writing this before bed and it's already after midnight)

Colorado Avalanche Postgame: Matt Nieto’s hat trick helps end the losing streak - Mile High Hockey
Matt Nieto chalks up an asterisked hat trick (the third goal coming with an empty Stars net) and the Avs beat Dallas 5-3 on Tuesday night.

Flat Minnesota Wild lose 1-0 loss to Vancouver Canucks
A defensive game ended in regulation with the MN Wild falling 1-0 to the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night at the Xcel Energy Center.

Winnipeg Jets fans adopt bomb-sniffing dogs as furry ambassadors at Bell MTS Place - Manitoba - CBC News
Cuter than all Jets players combined

Around the Hockeyverse

Karlsson as good as ever for Senators but in different way |
NHL's Most Valuable Mullet showing he's learned a few things that help him overcome a slight loss in raw skill and speed due to injury.

Maple Leafs' Matthews line finding another gear defensively |
Toronto's second-year superstar is leading a line on the ice that is becoming more defensively sound to go with great offense. A truly frightening thought.