Nashville Predators News & Notes
Predators Sign Jarred Tinordi to Two-Year, Two-Way Contract | Nashville Predators
ICYMI: The Predators re-signed the Admirals’ Captain yesterday to a two-year deal. This is a good move for Milwaukee, and Milwaukee only. Hopefully we never have to see him in gold.
World Rising: Five players who helped their stock at the World Championship | The Hockey News
“Turris finished with 10 points in 10 games on a line with Anthony Mantha and Jared McCann. Injuries and inconsistent play have plagued Turris’ career over the past few years, but the skilled centerman played the best hockey of his international career and could use it to kickstart his career back into place next season.”
Sure, but what place is that exactly?
Other Hockey News & Notes
Blues take Game 2 over Bruins, even Stanley Cup Final series at 1-1 | Sportsnet
The better team won Game 2, and that’s all I really care to say about this series between these two teams.
Former NHL goon determined to stay in jail | VAT News
So you’re going to have to use your web browser’s translate function to read this article, but good lord.... Remember Patrick Cote? Well, his life is an absolute train wreck.
Dude’s literally committing crimes with the purpose of getting sent back to prison. I am not joking. He wants to go back to prison.
Maple Leafs sign Marlies coach Sheldon Keefe to two-year extension | Sportsnet
You have to feel like it’s only a matter of time before this guy bolts for a big boy job.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins ‘almost used’ to Edmonton Oilers changes | TSN
Geeze, Edmonton... quit torturing this poor guy, and just give him to us already.
Senators re-sign goalie Anders Nilsson to two-year contract | Sportsnet
The Senators have inked their back-up goaltender to a two-year deal with an AAV of $2.6 million.
Second Chance at the Table: Ten overagers to watch for the 2019 NHL Draft | The Hockey News
‘Some draft prospects develop slower than others, but shine with an extra year of development under their belt. Here are 10 over-agers worth keeping an eye on heading into Vancouver.’