The officials decided to let play continue in spite of the injury.
The show must go on...?
The Predators lost a fan-favorite prospect looking to get his chance, but this goes beyond losing just a prospect.
The direction of the franchise is on the verge of being determined, one way or another.
Editorial: John Hynes and Rod Brind’Amour’s different approaches to adversity yield different results
The Predators and Hurricanes coaches have taken a different approach this season when it comes to how their team deals with adversity. The results are starting to speak for themselves.
The Department of Player Safety does not care about player safety, and that’s a problem.
The Predators haven’t done their new head coach any favors, but that doesn’t exempt him from blame.
Consistently inconsistent = Nashville’s motto.
Who should be charged with killing the hockey hopes of Smashville?
Earlier this season, GM David Poile said, "it’s not the coaches, it’s the players." Maybe it’s not the players, maybe it’s Poile himself.
The statements are more than I’d expected but less than I’d hoped.
The NHL plans for the show to go on, but there are concerns.
We kind of don’t have the video editing software to do an actual tribute video, here.
An editorial on leadership, asset management, and admitting mistakes.