Monthly Archives: December 2012

Happy New Year?

With the NHL and NHLPA possibly coming to terms in the near future, it may very well be a Happy New Year for some. For others, their happiness and love for the game ended in the last few months with the back-and-forth between the two sides.  For me, I am very happy to be able […]

Ten ways the Nashville Predators can entice fans back after the lockout

Earlier today, both Pierre LeBrun from ESPN and Greg Wyshynski from Yahoo!’s Puck Daddy wrote interesting opinion columns about how the NHL could lure apathetic fans back to their loving graces if and when the lockout ends this season and the NHL produces a 40-48 game schedule that stretches into June/July. Their topics covered the league […]

Throwing in the Gold Rally Towel: Guest Post by Zack Bennett

On October 7, five days before the Nashville Predators were scheduled to face the Detroit Red Wings in the first game of the 2012-13 season (a game which had already been canceled at that point), I tweeted this: In full disclosure, I thought that was an extremely conservative deadline. After all, I’d been hearing hockey […]

A Fan's Rebuke: A "Loyal Legionnaire" Finally Had Enough

With negotiations slated to commence later on today, it is with a heavy heart that I must report that it was too little, too late for some local hockey fans. A good friend of mine and a season ticket holder since the 2003-2004 season has finally taken his sealed box of season tickets for this […]