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Monday’s Dump & Chase: Team Meteor

Nashville Predators News & Notes

Fabbro preparing to earn full-time role with Predators next season | NHL.com
“Man, it’s been a lot of fun. I’ve met a lot of great people along the way. Big thanks to all the guys at Nashville for helping me make that jump feel comfortable and making that next step.”

We already love you too, Dante.

Okay, so there isn’t really any more tangible news on the home front. So here’s an Instagram from P.K. Subban where he recently hung out with Tom Brady’s TB12 witch doctors.

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Thanks for having me @tb12sports ☝🏿☝🏿

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Other Hockey News & Notes

St. Louis Blues move to brink of Stanley Cup Final with 5-0 win over the San Jose Sharks | TSN

U.S. tops Germany for fifth win in a row at World Championship | Sportsnet
That’s five wins in a row for the U.S. thanks to goals from Dylan Larkin, Jack Eichel, and strong play in net from Cory Schneider.

Hughes, likely No. 1 pick in 2019 NHL Draft, gets big assist from family | NHL.com
Here’s a fantastic long-read about the potential No. 1 pick’s unique upbringing. If you’re going to read any of these articles today, I hope this is one of them. Excellent work from Mike Morreale.

Boston Bruins hope to have Zdeno Chara fro Stanley Cup Final | TSN
With 10 days off before the start of the Stanley Cup Final, I’m sure that specimen that Boston likes to call their Captain will find a way to be ready for Game 1.

Jurco sparks five-goal rally in Checkers’ win over Marlies in Game 2 | Sportsnet
Tomas Jurco’s second-period goal was the first of five unanswered scores as the Charlotte Checkers rallied past the Toronto Marlies 5-3 on Saturday night in Game 2 of the AHL’s Eastern Conference final.

Has Erik Karlsson’s lingering groin injury resurfaced? | Pro Hockey Talk
Well I hope it’s something. I’d hate to think that he just magically got slower overnight.

Oilers coach search on hold as Holland deals with MacTavish exit, scouts | Sportsnet
The already-delayed scouting meetings have put Ken Holland’s quest for a new Oilers head coach on the backburner for a few days.