Nashville Predators News & Notes
Subban never got a chance to fulfill his promise to Montreal: 'It still upsets me' TSN
"P.K. Subban hosted his annual Gala in Montreal and reminisced about being drafted by the Canadiens and the promise he made about bringing a Stanley Cup to their city. But after he was traded to Nashville two years ago, he says not being able to fulfill that promise has always upset him."
How it affects the Colorado Avalanche: the Nashville Predators offseason | Mile High Hockey
Our friends at Mile High Hockey recap some of the off-season moves made by our beloved Preds. They also seem to think that Erik Karlsson getting traded to Nashville makes a lot of sense. I don't necessarily buy that (like at all), but hey... it's fun to read.
Other Hockey News & Notes
Why Noah Hanifin’s six-year contract is (probably) a bargain | TheHockeyNews
He's only 21, and if he keeps improving his $4.95 million cap hit could look cheap in a few years.
Is Zetterberg Hall of Fame worthy? | TSN
With a Stanley Cup, a Conn Smythe, an Olympic gold medal, and 960 points in 1,082 NHL games, has Henrik Zetterberg done enough to get into the Hockey Hall of Fame? Or is he destined to languish in the dreaded "hall of very good" category?
Gary Bettman to be inducted into Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame | Sportsnet
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman will be inducted alongside broadcastingn greats such as Bob Costas, Jim Nantz, and Dick Vitale (BABY!).
Jaguars' Jalen Ramsey says he could crack an NHL roster | Sportsnet
Well... Jalen Ramsey certainly isn't lacking in confidence.
Bruins' Patrice Bergeron to skip China trip to rehab groin injury | Sportsnet
Patrice Bergeron underwent groin surgery in June and the Boston Bruins star is taking precautions to ensure he's ready for the start of the season.
Berglund eager to mentor Dahlin with Sabres | NHL
Patrik Berglund is looking forward to a fresh start with the Buffalo Sabres not only for what the 30-year-old center hopes to accomplish on the ice, but off it as well, mostly as a mentor to defenseman Rasmus Dahlin, the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NHL Draft.