A report from Craig Custance at The Sporting News was release around 3pm CST stating that Trotz went on the record saying that any offer sheet that is given to Shea Weber that the Predators will “match it”. (See the full article here) Very strong words from Coach Trotz about his current captain, something I […]
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Last night, the Vancouver Canucks eliminated the San Jose Sharks in 5 games, which all but solidified that ANY prediction I make via Twitter will go the opposite way (
Entering the second half of The Predatorial’s look at the Predators off-season player acquisition tasks, we will be looking at the current active roster players that may/will have an opportunity to test free agency. There are currently NINE active roster players in the organization that have contracts expiring into some type of Free Agent status, […]
Coming into the 2011 off-season for the Predators, Nashville has a lot of work to do to figure out which pieces of the puzzle will remain in both the current roster and current NON-roster players There are currently TWENTY-THREE players in the organization that have contracts expiring into some type of Free Agent status, however […]
Cheers, towels being thrown on the ice, the classic handshake line, beards being shaven, the season came to a close 6 days ago, but it nearly feels like an eternity. However, with the one week ago today, many members of Predator nation were hoping that today would be the start of Nashville’s first trip to […]
Courtesy of ESPN Two first period goals is all it took for Vancouver as they kept Nashville at bay and allowed only one goal, giving them just enough to advance to the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 1994
The Predators continue the Western Conference Semifinals in Nashville as they take on the Canucks in game 6 of the best of seven series.
Courtesy of ESPN Nashville is easing that choke hold 20 minutes at a time as they received 2 goals from David Legwand and Joel Ward both and brought the series back to Nashville for a pivotal Game 6 as the Predators beat the Canucks 4-3 in Game 5
Courtesy of ESPN Vancouver simply overwhelmed Nashville for another game and effectively put their foot on the metaphorical throat of the Predators, taking Game 4 4-2 and now leading the series 3-1.
The Predators continue the Western Conference Semifinals in Nashville as they take on the Canucks in game 4 of the best of seven series.
The Predators continue the Western Conference Semifinals in Nashville as they take on the Canucks in game 3 of the best of seven series.
After Saturday’s and Sunday’s Game 2 for both Western Conference Semifinals, there are some questions that have to be answered for the #1 and #3 seeds, respectively. Now, the question isn’t whether each team will have the skill and the fortitude to come back, but whether or not they’ll even be able to. After a […]
So, the survey. If I were to start doing one… [poll id=”3″]
Courtesy of ESPN Pekka Rinne stopped 32 shots (most of which seemed nearly impossible to stop) and Matt Halischuk became the extremely unlikely overtime hero as the Predators evened the series at 1 with 5:09 left in Double Overtime.