Tuesday's Dump & Chase: To the Heartland!
The Arizona Coyotes have a new stadium, the hockey Hall of Fame induction came and went, and Carey Price is still good. Meanwhile the Predators head to Ontario for their first chance at Auston Matthews.
Nashville Predators News
Predators Recall Marek Mazanec
A maintenance day for Pekka Rinne meant Maz had to be called up, but the real question is what happens now? Keep Maz up? Or stay with Saros as backup?
Pekka Rinne Named NHL's Third Star of the Week
ICYMI: Pekka Rinne helped the Preds a lot last week.
Other Hockey News
Coyotes announce plans for new arena
Dang, the new Arizona State athletics facility is going to be outstanding.
The Magic of Mitch Marner: Breaking down the enchanting rookie’s game - Pension Plan Puppets
In case you'd like a preview of what the Preds have waiting for them in Toronto. Pack a lunch, this is a long read.
Bergeron is NHL's best when it comes to clutch faceoffs | The Hockey News
Look, here's a list of good hockey players who also happen to consistently provide an above average chance at winning a face-off.
The Provies: Stechermania runs wild, a Russian mauling and the Eriksson dilemma | The Province
In this edition: Alexandre Burrows "playing like he's underpaid", Nikita Tryamkin trucking Jamie Benn, and an awful lot about the Canucks win over the Stars.
5 things we learned in the NHL last week: You can't beat Carey Price - NHL on CBC Sports - Hockey news, opinion, scores, stats, standings
Wow, somehow I missed that save Carey Price made on Anze Kopitar. Unbelievable.
10 who could join Teemu Selanne in Hall next year
Why on earth is Dave Andreychuk not in the Hall of Fame? I hear the whole "stat compiler" argument, but come on, not one of his 640 career goals was meaningful? Take away 100 of his 1,338 points and he's still a HOFer.
Five players who would be Hall of Famers if retired | The Hockey News
More HOF takes: I really don't see Pavel Datsyuk being a 1st ballot guy. If the 300 goal mark is enough to get a guy in, then say hello to future Hall of Famer Corey Perry.
When Sergei Makarov ruined NHL rookies
[Makarov's] 86 points to lead all rookies garnered him 37 first-place votes to win the Calder Trophy, more than Mike Modano of Minnesota (12), Jeremy Roenick of the Chicago Blackhawks (7) and Rod Brind’Amour of the St. Louis Blues (2). What an insane rookie class that was.