In today’s rumor rundown, the Columbus Blue Jackets have a bit of business to attend to, the Red Wings are trying to negotiate with Dylan Larkin who appears to be willing to work with the franchise and Nashville’s policy to not give out no-trade and no-move clauses could hurt them. Nashville’s No-Move Policy Causing Issues?
Even if they haven’t started yet, the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us. Champions are being predicted as we speak, first-round match-ups are being projected and, most importantly, teams are jockeying for position. It’s not as simple as winning down the stretch anymore. Legitimate contenders may draw especially hot opponents who have peaked at
The Nashville Predators, unquestionably, field the most talented collection of defensemen in today’s NHL. Other teams may boast a bigger star or one electric pairing but no one offers the depth of that in Music City. More than any of its forward lines, Nashville’s defense demonstrates the impressive abilities of general manager David Poile. Even
“Defense wins championships” is how the saying goes and if the Nashville Predators’ defense is any indication, they could bring home the big prize at the end of the season. Over the years, general manager David Poile has done a miraculous job at uncovering defensive gems that develop in the Predators’ farm system. Whether the
‘Twas the night a few days before Christmas when all through the league, teams saw the Predators surging and let out their screams. Nashville put the puck in the net with great care, in hopes that the Stanley Cup would soon be theirs. Opposing forwards have no chance they said, while visions of Pekka Rinne saving
This Saturday marks the final game of a busy week for the Chicago Blackhawks. They made a trip to Canada for back-to-back tilts earlier in the week against Toronto and Montreal, securing three of four possible points in the standings. This past Thursday, they suffered a controversial loss at the hands of their division foe,