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Monday’s Dump & Chase: Finals Week

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The Nashville Predators have three final tests to pass in order to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

NHL: MAY 01 Stars at Predators Photo by Danny Murphy/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Nashville Predators News

Was Preds’ win against Dallas Stars good enough for NHL playoffs? -

It certainly didn’t hurt. Still bogus that a team like the Stars can be so low beneath .500 and still be in a playoff race. Use three points for a regulation win already. Or hell, just bring ties back instead of deciding a game via a ruleset not utilized in the previous 60 minutes.

Juuse Saros is saving the Nashville Predators’ season -


Around Hockey

Seattle Kraken officially become the NHL’s 32nd franchise -

Everyone knows they’re official already, but in case you overlooked it, Seattle can now officially make trades.

In competitive Central, the Lightning aren’t the only heavyweight anymore -

Reminder that the Predators, should they qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, are in for a very, very tall task.

Jack Todd: Cole Caufield is making the game fun again -

I mean, Caufield made college hockey the most fun it’s been in years for Wisconsin Badger fans.

Blue Jackets rock slightly new look; can’t beat Ohio native Nedeljkovic, Canes - The Cannon -

Update on tonight’s opponent, Columbus, from our sister blog The Cannon.

Hurricanes’ Brind’Amour prioritizing extension for coaching, equipment staff -

Who wouldn’t want to work or play for Brind’Amour? Outstanding leader.