Nashville Predators 2012-2013 Season Preview
We're sure to be in for a wild ride as the NHL plays a shortened regular season, and for the Nashville Predators, that means the margin for error is narrower than ever. How the following questions are answered will play a major role in determining th
The on-again, off-again Jon Blum hasn’t been seen in Nashville in a long while, like December 2011 long. The Predators’ 2007 first round pick has seen NHL playing time, but has yet to solidify his spot with the big club. Can he do it this year?
Nashville’s favorite "Honey Badger" returns to Bridgestone Arena for his sophomore season in the NHL. Last year, Craig Smith proved he could put up points but then lost his offensive spark for the last half of the season. Can he rekindle the fire?
Even in a shortened season, this represents an important milestone for the franchise, which has been working incrementally towards full HD coverage over the course of the last several years.
Geography dictates that Western Conference teams generally travel much farther than those in the East, but thanks to a 48-game schedule that is limited to intra-conference games, the disparity between East & West has never been greater.
Can the Nashville Predators win their first Central Division crown? Will Shea Weber or Pekka Rinne bring home a major NHL award? Let's see what Vegas has to say on the matter...
Online sports book Bovada revised the Nashville Predators' Stanley Cup odds downward the most, and the Minnesota Wild's odds upward the most. Is Ryan Suter that big a factor?