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2014 Winter Olympics

Friday's Olympic Thread: All the Preds in Action

It's a busy day in Sochi for the Nashville Predators, as all three of their representatives will hit the ice.

How the Predators are doing in Sochi

Get caught up on how Shea Weber, Roman Josi and Simon Moser are representing the Nashville Predators at the Winter Olympics.

Olympic Hockey Thread: Team USA vs Slovakia

Team USA begins their quest for a medal by taking on Zdeno Chara and the Slovaks today at the Olympics.

Olympic Game Thread: CZE vs SWE, LAT vs SUI

The mens tournament kicks off with two games taking place at the same time today.

Olympic Hockey: David Poile won't go to Sochi

Due to injuries suffered last week in Minnesota, Team USA's hockey general manager David Poile will remain in Nashville rather than join the team in Russia.

Preds Release Update on David Poile

The Nashville Predators issued an update on the condition of general manager David Poile, who was struck in the face by a puck on Thursday.

Winter Olympics: Hornqvist Passed Over Again

With just a few days left before the opening of the hockey tournament at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Team Sweden made another roster move as Vancouver Canucks center Henrik Sedin withdrew due to injury. Nashville's Patric Hornqvist didn't get the call.

Patric Hornqvist Misses out on Olympic Spot

Patric Hornqvist was left off Team Sweden's Olympic team, but that may be due to a sharp decline in his goal-scoring over the last two seasons.

Might Hornqvist Head to the Olympics?

An injury to Detroit Red Wings forward Johan Franzen may open an opportunity for Patric Hornqvist to play for Team Sweden at the upcoming Sochi Games.

Shea Weber to Wear "A" for Team Canada

Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber was named as part of Team Canada's leadership group, and will head to Sochi as his country's alternate captain.

Olympic Hockey Rosters Announced

Shea Weber and Roman Josi will represent the Nashville Predators at the 2014 Winter Olympics, but notably, four former Preds blueliners will also go.