Wednesday’s Dump & Chase: Rolling, Rolling, Rolling
Signings, injuries, more signings.
Nashville Predators News
Predators Sign Kasimir Kaskisuo to One-Year, Two-Way Contract
Kaskisuo will tend net with Connor Ingram in Milwaukee.
Predators Sign Tyler Lewington to One-Year, Two-Way Contract
Milwaukee’s blue line is pretty crowded these days.
Breakdown: Nashville Predators 2020 Draft Class, Part I | On the Forecheck
Our incredible prospects writer Eric takes a look at some of Nashville’s draft picks from last week.
Nashville Predators sign G Kasimir Kaskisuo, D Tyler Lewington to 1-year, 2-way contracts | On the Forecheck
The players will add depth to a thinned Milwaukee Admirals squad. Lewington will be a forceful presence on the blue line and Kaskisuo will likely serve as Connor Ingram’s backup. Might Ingram and Kaskisuo split time in net? We’ll have to see.
2019-20 Nashville Predators Player Report Cards: Mattias Ekholm | On the Forecheck
Our Swedish “redwood” had a “strange” year per Eamon, but he’s a stalwart on the blue line and his production can’t be undervalued.
Women’s Hockey News
Team USA’s Captain America Meghan Duggan retires | The Ice Garden
Meghan Duggan has decided to retire. She will certainly be remembered as one of the greats of women’s hockey, especially in the United States. The captain for the 2018 gold-medal Team USA, Duggan has been a great ambassador for women’s hockey and will likely continue to champion women’s hockey in the United States.
It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to represent Team USA on the world stage. Hockey has given me memories I will cherish forever. To my teammates, coaches, support staff, organizations, fans, the next generation of players, and especially my family - thank you. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/AzYE91hmCE— Meghan Duggan (@mduggan10) October 13, 2020
United States women's hockey captain Meghan Duggan retiring
Former United States women's hockey captain Meghan Duggan is retiring from the game.
"Hockey literally changed my life."
Around the League
Pietrangelo 7-year, $61.6 million contract latest splash for Vegas
While this is indeed a great signing for Vegas, their way of going about business seems a bit...um...disrespectful? You've got to wonder what their current players are thinking with these moves.
Pastrnak, Marchand expected to miss start of next season for Bruins
Former Pred Craig Smith will have no problem finding a role for the Bruins now. He'll get a chance to make an impact while some of Boston's stars heal up.
Marleau returns to Sharks for 23rd NHL season
Patrick Marleau signed a one-year contract Tuesday to return to the San Jose Sharks. He's still chasing the elusive Stanley Cup.
Schmidt traded to Canucks by Golden Knights for draft pick
Nate Schmidt was traded late Monday to Vancouver for pennies on the dollar. I'd be pretty upset if I was Schmidt.
NHL off-season winners and losers through one weekend of free agency
I take it as a good sign that Nashville is neither a winner nor a loser?
Toffoli agrees to four-year, $17 million contract with Canadiens
Tyler Toffoli agreed a new contract with Montreal. He will be part of some nice lower-six depth for the Habs.
Best of the Rest: Top Remaining Unrestricted Free Agents | The Hockey News on Sports Illustrated
Who's left? I find it interesting that Mikael Granlund hasn't found a suitor yet.
Senators' Tim Stuetzle to have surgery for hand injury, out 6-8 weeks
While this is a minor setback for the third overall choice, Stuetzle will likely be good to go by December.