Monthly Archives: October 2012

Pekka Rinne: The Worst Goaltender in the KHL

When the lockout began almost 45 days ago, Predators fans wondered when they would get a chance to see some of the favorite players: Shea Weber, Patric Hornqvist, Martin Erat, and of course Pekka Rinne. With Rinne darting to the KHL for the time being until the CBA is agreed upon, most of us figured […]

What Sports Level Should You Start Taunting?

Earlier this morning, I read through Twitter about an incident that happened late last night at the Vandy/Xavier Club Hockey matchup between a group of Vandy supporters and one of Xavier’s players. While the fans were taunting Xavier, and I can only make an assumption the team as well, one player took it upon himself […]

Disputes Continue and a Milwaukee Admirals Update

Last week provided the Wabash Cannonball experience for Nashvillians, especially Predator fans. The NHL and Gary Bettman put forth a “good faith” effort to come to terms with the NHLPA by offering a proposal that would see the revenue sharing split 50-50. By using a sliding scale for the salaries already in place, the league […]

Ads Lose Home Opener 4-3, Play Tomorrow @ San Antonio

 The Admirals dropped their home opener to the Charlotte Checkers by a score of 4-3. Charlotte kept their scoring threat Zack Boychuk going with a breakaway goal for his second goal of the year while Rask, Dolan and Bowman provided the other three Checkers goals. Milwaukee came on strong in the third period trying to […]

Home Opener: Milwaukee Admirals vs. Charlotte Checkers

With the fan-numbing setbacks in the NHL negotiations, the Predatorial is delighted to inform you that the AHL affiliate of the Nashville Predators, the Milwaukee Admirals, are playing their home opener tonight against the Charlotte Checkers. The Admirals opened their season last Friday night with a dramatic come-from-behind win against the Grand Rapids Griffins (the […]

The Season Opener Diversion

This was supposed to be the first of 82 game day articles about the Nashville Predators. This was supposed to be the most anticipated game since the Predators knocked the Red Wings out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season. This was supposed to be opening weekend hockey and yet here we are with no […]

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