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Sunday’s Dump & Chase: The Prince Who Was Promised

Saros may have logged another shutout last night, but the Prince is wounded, and I am sad.

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Nashville Predators News & Notes

Nashville Predators 3, Minnesota Wild 0: Happy New Year! | On the Forecheck
A strong response to the sub-par performance on Friday night.

... Unfortunately ...

Predators: Filip Forsberg placed on injured reserve | Tennessean

Other Hockey News & Notes

Marchessault keeps proving his worth — and now he's in line for a huge raise | The Hockey News
Jonathan Marchessault is currently on pace for another 30 goal season... He's currently making $750,000.

Glass sparkles for Blackhawks in League debut | NHL
I know it's the Blackhawks, but for me, the NHL debut of 32 year-old Jeff Glass was easily the hockey story of the weekend.

Rumor Roundup: Penguins' up and down season sparks Letang trade speculation | The Hockey News
"The Penguins' failure to get inside the playoff picture has led to trade talk about top defender Kris Letang. Meanwhile, the Bruins could be looking to add, while the struggling Senators have a coveted trade chip in Mike Hoffman."

Artem Anisimov of Chicago Blackhawks placed on injured reserve | ESPN

Oilers excited for healthy blueline | TSN
The Oilers' defense is finally healthy for the first time this season, with Oscar Klefbom’s return and head coach Todd McLellan is excited, but understands it will take time to see the full potential.

Minnesota Wild coach Bruce Boudreau OK after taking puck to head | ESPN
Bruce got his melon stitched up before the game last night.

Bill Daly says NHL in no rush to discuss Winter Olympic plans | Sportsnet
Oh Joy... The NHL isn't going to get drawn into any discussions about participating in future Winter Olympics until after the Pyeongchang Games are complete.

Lundqvist hopes to stay perfect outdoors for Rangers | NHL
With a win tomorrow, Henrik Lundqvist will be 4-0-0 in outdoor games.