Hockey News & Notes
Nashville Predators 3, Detroit Red Wings 2: Saros Stops 34, Preds Streaking Again | On the Forecheck
After a lackluster performance against Detroit on Saturday, it was nice to see the Preds actually win one against their old rivals.
Predators snap 7-game losing streak to Detroit Red Wings | The Tennessean
Seriously, a 7-game losing streak to Detroit is a lot, especially given how poorly Detroit has performed this season. Winning in their new pizza shrined arena made it even better.
Monroe native keeps players for Nashville Predators in shape | Monroe News
Andrew Hosler is closing in on his 1,000th NHL game, that’s a lot of games for any one in any role in this league.
Nashville Predators Select Comcast Business as Technology Provider for Multi-Gigabit Powered Business Solutions | Multichannel
I’m not a fan of Comcast but if you’ve ever been subjected to the Wifi inside Bridgestone, you know this upgrade is needed.
Here’s hoping it actually works.
The biggest rivalry in women's hockey is set for another chapter | LA Times
Team USA vs. Team Canada! Let’s be honest, is there any other hockey rivalry anyone actually cares about in the Olympics?
Finding best mental health practices can be challenging for NHL players | The Buffalo News
Despite the fact that they’re professional athletes and they’re playing a game they love, it’s still work. Everyone deserves to have a life outside of their job. Everyone deserves the opportunity to leave work at the door at the end of the day. It’s healthy.
NHL - Could Patrick Maroon, Evander Kane be trade deadline kryptonite? | ESPN
Any GM willing to give Buffalo what they’re asking for in exchange for Kane is already their own kryptonite.
NHL ready to put Navy stadium on ice for outdoor game in Annapolis - Capital Gazette
Let’s just learn to make our own outdoor rink and start our own stadium series.
NHL Awards: 5 under-the-radar Hart Trophy candidates | ProHockeyTalk
This is an interesting list, mostly because no one tried to sneak in Sidney Crosby or Patrick Kane...you know, just because.
Are there enough hockey fans to bring NHL to Seattle? | The News Tribune
Tickets starting at the low-end of $50 in a city like Seattle seems about right. The cost of living in Seattle is high, you have to expect any luxury there to be high as well.