While there has been no direct official confirmation from either the Nashville Predators organization or Avangard Omsk, reports are floating that Predators forward Sergei Kostitsyn is close to signing a one-year deal with the team he played with during the most recent lockout.
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The Predators wrap up their five-game road trip with a visit to Nationwide Arena taking on the Columbus Blue Jackets to see who will be in last place in the Central division. This road trip has been a world of hurt for the Predators getting slammed by Vancouver and Calgary and snatching defeat from the […]
Coach Barry Trotz knew that he was stuck with Craig Smith, a young kid from Madison, and he had to make it work. The timing was ripe for something good to happen for Smith. A player with his skill set isn’t best served playing on a line with grinders and brawlers, but that’s the reality […]
The mighty have finally fallen and the San Jose Sharks have a single blemish on their superlative start to the 2013 season. The Predators bested the Sharks in a highly contested defensive battle in the shootout giving the Sharks their first loss on the year (7-0-1).
Per Darren Dreger of TSN and Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada, Sergei Kostitsyn and the Nashville Predators have avoided their arbitration hearing and have agreed upon a 2 year, $6mil deal that will give Kostitsyn somewhere around $3 mil per season.
Another off-season and another Predator player is going into arbitration. For those of you not familiar with the arbitration process sometimes it can be good for a team in order to give them time to hash out a better contract with the player. Other times it is the go-to measure for a player who feels […]
Word comes out through the pipeline today of the RFA’s who have had a qualifying offer thrown their way and the ones that have not. Via the Nashville Predators Media Relations: