Nashville Predators Season Preview
A look at the overabundance of centers for the Nashville Predators and how the roster will shake out. Who will be moved down? Who will be moved over? Coach Barry Trotz will have to tinker around to find the right pieces for the puzzle.
Well, you have to give the Nashville Predators organization credit: everyone is on message!
Will Spaling earn a long-term contract from the Nashville Predators with his work this season, or will he be pushed out of the way by one of the kids climbing the organizational ladder?
Ever since the Predators drafted Seth Jones 4th overall in the 2013 NHL Draft, fans and analysts alike have been clamoring for him to play on the left side of Shea Weber. This is a glorious hypothetical, but let's talk about why it's a bad idea.
Over a week before his players take the ice at training camp, Barry Trotz has already handed the backup goaltending job to free agent acquisition Carter Hutton.
After finishing with the second-worst record in the NHL, Colorado passed on taking Seth Jones in the draft, allowing him to fall to Nashville. That decision could be a factor in the new Predators/Avalanche division rivalry for the next 15-20 years.