Nashville Predators News
Saros out?: Nashville’s growing goaltending controversy | On the Forecheck
Shaun investigates a possible shakeup in net for Nashville...is veteran goaltending necessary this season? I’d think so.
Nashville Predators Prospects Report: January | On the Forecheck
Take a look at Eric’s prospects report here. Some of our kids should raise your hopes.
Chicago Wolves undefeated in opening weekend, Seth Jarvis shines | Canes Country
Our pals at Canes Country recap Chicago’s opening weekend.
The Wolves are undefeated in three games now. Today’s game was a solid victory over the Rockford IceHogs. Be sure to look for our “Milwaukee Musings” (but obviously it’s going to be “Chicago Musings”) later today.
Highlights: Nashville Predators prospects come up big in the AHL today | On the Forecheck
Philip Tomasino and Rem Pitlick had themselves A GAME.
Finally, congratulations to Mattias Ekholm and Ida Bjornstad! They welcomed their daughter, Mya, into the world on Monday.
David Poile says on @1025TheGame that Mattias Ekholm and wife Ida welcomed their second child, a daughter named Mya, last night.— Adam Vingan (@AdamVingan) February 9, 2021
Around the League
Burke named Penguins president of hockey operations, Hextall GM
I am confused about Ron Hextall leaving Philly to go to Pittsburgh. But...alas.
Koivu retires from NHL after 16 seasons with Wild, Blue Jackets
Congratulations on your retirement, Mikko Koivu!
Laine benched in second period of Blue Jackets win against Hurricanes
Shrug. Laine gets the "Torts" treatment.
Monique Lamoureux-Morando, Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson retire from Team USA | The Ice Garden
Our pals at The Ice Garden take a closer look at Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux.
Pierre-Luc Dubois draws on past experience ahead of Jets debut
"PLD" seems pretty excited about his debut for the Winnipeg Jets.
Heat is on new Pittsburgh Penguins hires Ron Hextall, Brian Burke to ‘win now’ | TSN.ca
Pittsburgh has been in "win now" mode for several years now.
Five candidates to coach Team Canada at 2022 Winter Olympics
Team Barry Trotz.