Friday’s Dump & Chase: Don’t quit your day job.

Roman Josi is a brilliant defender. His artistic talents? Well, we’ll let you decide.

Nashville News & Notes

Phil Tomasino and the rest of the Predators rookies took the ice at Centennial Sportsplex yesterday and will return to the ice Friday morning before heading for Florida for more work.

Roman Josi’s 60 second Predator logo drawing is the new darling of Smashville.

Straight up - I would buy this jersey.

I have been laughing all day about this!

Hockey News & Notes

NHL projects a 98% full COVID-19 vaccination rate among players before the 2021-22 season |
That rate means that between just 10-15 players are not vaccinated.

This is great news.

Evander Kane opens up about past gambling problems amid NHL investigation |
During an interview with ESPN's Linda Cohn, Sharks forward Evander Kane stated that he believes he will be cleared following the NHL's investigation into his gambling.

There is a lot to unpack in this interview and some concerning issues and allegations for the NHL to sort out.

Ovechkin ready to resume chase of Gretzky NHL goals record with Capitals |
Alex Ovechkin will start getting ready to resume his climb on the NHL goals list when the Washington Capitals begin training camp next week.

Ovechkin looks to pass some famous NHLers on the total goals list.

P.K. Subban executive producing 'Black Life: A Canadian History' -
Homegrown hockey star P.K. Subban says he hopes to educate audiences and spark conversation with the new docuseries, "Black Life: A Canadian History."

Subban’s off ice projects are just as important as what he does in the arena. Love to see this.

Toronto Maple Leafs Buffalo Sabres outdoor NHL game Heritage Classic |
The National Hockey League announced Thursday that the Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres will play an outdoor game on Sunday, March 13, at Hamilton's Tim Hortons Field.

This has all the makings of a real barn burner with awesome coffee to boot.

Mood Music

In honor of Roman Josi’s manatee masterpiece, I give you this musical masterpiece in honor of perhaps the most famous manatee ever. (Wait...what do you mean that wasn’t supposed to be a manatee?)