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Still no hockey.

Update: still no hockey.

Nashville Predators News and Notes

NHL - Which teams will reach 100 points in the standings during the 2018-19 season?
Answer: Nashville will break the 100-point mark again this season. Our biggest question once again revolves around goaltending. How much does Pekka Rinne have left in the tank? Can Juuse Saros make more solid starts?

Around the League

Gibson signs eight-year contract extension with Ducks
How many games will Gibson be injured before the Ducks realize this is a bad deal?

Ceci awarded $4.3 million from Senators for this season in arbitration
Cody Ceci was awarded a one-year, $4.3 million contract with the Ottawa Senators by an arbitrator Friday. He'll be an RFA next July.

Boyle feels 'awesome' heading into Devils training camp
Brian Boyle is probably looking forward to a less exciting season.

Sam Gagner ready to help the kids in Vancouver – TheHockeyNews
I think the Canucks will be a bit better than expected, but probably not by much.

Could Quinn, Jack Hughes be Canucks' next star brother tandem? - Sportsnet.ca
This would be a pretty neat storyline for the "meh" Canucks.

Stars sign centre Gemel Smith to 1-year contract - Sportsnet.ca
Look for Smith to play a few more games for Dallas this season.

Stone signing answers few questions about Sens direction - Article - TSN
I'm still beyond understanding why they couldn't lock up Mark Stone. Matt Duchene probably wants the heck out, too.

Analyzing The Dallas Stars’ Organizational Depth Under Age 25 - Defending Big D
Take a good look at Dallas' depth chart. We will be seeing some of these names in the near future.

Matthews, Hellebuyck among NHL players in Stars & Stripes Showdown
'Merica hockey!!! Anyone wanna road trip to Michigan for this tournament with me?

Avalanche bring back defenseman Patrik Nemeth on 1-year deal
Patrik Nemeth is locked in for the Avalanche for just another year.

NHL free agency: Matt Read excited for fresh start with Wild | SI.com
Matt Read's new contract with the Minnesota Wild is bringing him back to the State of Hockey, where he played collegiate hockey and spends his offseasons. Hometown kids always make the best stories.

Inside look at Calgary Flames
It's easy to forget that the Flames are in the Western Conference. Will their new additions, will they be able to push for a playoff spot?

Have a great week, folks.