2019-20 Player Report Cards
David Poile finally landed his white whale, with less harpooning—so how did it go?
The man who 1C’d the Stanley Cup Final proved he could still be a great player last season.
Bones’s Smashville swan song was his best year in a Preds uniform.
The Swedish forward had a self-proclaimed "down year," but there were many bright spots.
Everybody’s favorite heart-and-soul scoring winger struggled to replicate his past success.
The two forwards combined for just nine games in Nashville.
The top-line center struggled to create offense, but found new life after the NHL resumed play.
It was a strange but still-productive year for the Swedish blueliner.
How did the younger Finnish netminder perform this season?
The 22-year-old has the tools to be a game-changing defender... It just didn’t happen this year.
The winger showed flashes of potential, but never really put his game back together after a series of injuries derailed his 2016-17 season.
We had to grade everyone.
The pending free agent showed remarkable improvement in his extended season in Nashville. The Predators would do well to get him re-signed soon.
The Swiss defender—no, the other Swiss defender—may be returning to free agency this fall.
Mikael Granlund is all-but-certainly on his way out in free agency, but what will he be bringing to his new team?