Nashville Predators Analysis
The first line of "Fix You" by Coldplay is perfect for this moment. It’s time to look somewhere else.
There were raised eyebrows when Hynes was named head coach in January 2020. Has he delivered on what was promised?
The box score can be unforgiving sometimes.
A look at what the Nashville Predators must do to set the franchise up once more for success.
The Predators haven’t done their new head coach any favors, but that doesn’t exempt him from blame.
The problem runs deeper than just the games where they give up power-play goals in bunches.
Why is Nashville’s power play one of the league’s worst yet again? It fails to put players in a position to succeed.
2021 has delivered some hot starts, while others, like Andre 3000, are cooler than being cool.
When the head coach trusts the third defense pairing, everyone benefits.
I had the opportunity to talk to Dan Hinote after he was hired as an assistant coach by the Nashville Predators. Here are my takeaways.
Why playing youngsters works, how positional fluidity helps, and the role of physicality.
Welcome to the new age, people.
John Hynes won’t say it, but everything about the past two weeks points to Saros as the Predators’ new top goaltender
He isn’t on the team anymore, but Shea Weber’s future could still impact the Predators salary cap.
We’ve got 6 tiers for trade likeliness
Nashville enters the All-Star break with the fewest games played, but the distribution of their remaining games may be cause for concern.
A writer from our SB Nation sister site All About the Jersey answers my questions about John Hynes.
Laviolette coached the Predators through the most successful years of the franchise, but it wasn’t working any more.
Set aside your snark and sadness. Rinne isn’t ready for the retirement home yet.