Monthly Archives: April 2012

David Legwand, Pessimism and Opportunism: What to take out of Game 2

This picture above says it all. Too many Predators looking around not paying attention and Phoenix scoring. It happened 5 times on the night and each time it was the Predators looking lost, confused and totally outmatched and out-coached by the Phoenix Coyotes. If Nashville was remotely favored by any of the crack team of […]

Western Conference Semi-Finals: Game 2 – Nashville @ Phoenix

As many predicted, it wasn’t pretty but the Phoenix Coyotes were able to edge the Predators in overtime Friday night by a score of 4-3. Nashville completely dominated the third period and most of overtime only to have a costly icing, another Martin Hanzal face-off win and a Ray Whitney back-hand poke to wind up […]

Western Conference Semi Finals: Game 1 – Nashville @ Phoenix

The Nashville Predators meet the Phoenix Coyotes in Round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Phoenix Coyotes are celebrating their first ever series win since 1987 when they were in Winnipeg. In what was a tight series, the Coyotes man-handled the Chicago Blackhawks in the deciding game by a score of 4-0. Nashville also […]

Where Are They Now? Playoff Edition

The Predators organization and their fans hold a special place for departed players. While there are some that draw the jeers and hisses of a ravenous crowd, most former Predators are always considered family and as such are treated to an admiration and beloved stature that other teams with longer pasts may not address. As […]

Bring on the Blackhawks(and NOT the Coyotes!)

The second round picture for the Nashville Predators became a little clearer last night, when the Los Angeles Kings knocked out the Vancouver Canucks in game 5 of their first-round series, much to the delight of everyone on the planet outside of Vancouver.  In doing so, the St Louis Blues were guaranteed the highest remaining […]

A Chance to Earn Respect

It’s not often that a team you pull for has the opportunity to really make history in their franchise legacy. Yes, Nashville has been here before, a chance to knock out an opponent on home ice to progress into the next round of the playoffs. However, there is a vast difference between the Anaheim Ducks […]

Western Conference Quarter Final: Game 5 – Detroit @ Nashville

The task is at hand. A first for the Nashville Predators to take a 3-1 lead in a series. All that is left is one more game… Detroit is going to throw everything they have at Nashville (as if that hasn’t been done all series) and Nashville must find a way to stave off the […]

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