Saturday Jul 26
Three Breakout Candidates for the Predators
Forward Craig Smith is one of three players primed to be breakout candidates for the Nashville Predators next season.
On the Forecheck
Can the Predators Alleviate Boston's Cap Nightmare?
With the Predators having ample cap space and the Boston Bruins having to shed salary to sign two of their elite RFA's, can these two teams become viable trade partners? If you thought the idea of getting Spezza was exciting, imagine the likes of a David Krejci suiting up for the Gold and Blue.
Possible Predators Target: Kevin Hayes
With a loaded prospect pool for the Chicago Blackhawks, will Kevin Hayes slip through the cracks? Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Despite being a first-round pick, Hayes, a Dorchester, Massachusetts native, decided to stick to his roots and attend Boston College and continue his development at one of the most historic hockey universities in ... (more)
On the Forecheck
Ribeiro, Roy, and piecing together the player puzzle
Taking a look at all the new toys the Predators have to work with, and what it means going forward.
Predicting the Nashville Predators Forward Lines
What will the Nashville Predators four lines look like when the 2014-2015 season begins? Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports With the addition of two more centers to the Nashville Predators rosters last week, the club's four forward lines will have a very different look this fall.
Fan Post: Predators Trade Possibility Still Looms Large
There are two problems with the Nashville Predators current roster: the lack of a great first line and the clutter of older players.
Predators sign pair of veteran centers
If grit was their motto last summer, the Predators are screaming offense this summer.
Jokinen 'wanted to start playing tomorrow' after talk with Laviolette
When the Nashville Predators signed Olli Jokinen to a one-year contract , it gave the Preds an offensive player up the middle the team was sorely lacking.