December 24, 2011

Hemsky’s Suitors

Edmonton Journal’s Jim Matheson discusses the potential suitors for Ales Hemsky. He thinks the Detroit Red Wings, Nashville Predators, New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins may be among the teams to call. Hemsky’s $4.1 million cap hit may push suitors to shed salary in this deal, as well. But the Oilers won’t be able to get too much for Hemsky. They probably can’t […]

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December 19, 2011

Wings Interested In Suter, Weber

Speculation has been that the Detroit Red Wings will chase one of the Nashville Predators star defensemen next summer Ryan Suter or Shea Weber. At this point, though, the Predators are still doing everything they can to lock up both players to long-term deals. However, the Edmonton Journal’s Jim Matheson writes, “I still think Suter could sign in Detroit as an unrestricted free […]

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November 17, 2011

NHL Injury Notes: Staal, Legwand, Laakso, Zidlicky, Hordichuk

The latest injury news from around the league: There is some moderately good news for the New York Rangers in regards to Marc Staal. According to The New York Post, the defenseman has reportedly been given the green light to start “light physical activity” following his visit with concussion specialist Dr. Robert Cantu. However, there’s still no indication as to […]

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November 16, 2011

W. Brett Wilson Buys Minority Stake In Predators

Calgary businessman W. Brett Wilson acquired a five per cent stake according to TSN in the Predators’ ownership group Wednesday, completing a deal that was three years in the making. “I have negative interest in running the team somewhere else, there’s just no interest whatsoever,” Wilson said in an interview with The Canadian Press. “The Balsillie […]

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November 7, 2011

NHL Trade Rumors: Iginla, Brodeur, Weber

Bleacher Report speculates some NHL stars could be facing a move during the season: The Calgary Flames have been teasing the idea of trading their captain Jarome Iginla for years, but something about this season tells me that this is it. The New Jersey Devils see the end of the road for Hall of Fame-bound goalie Martin Brodeur, […]

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November 6, 2011

Lindback Future, Potential Trade?

Josh Cooper of The Tennessean discusses the future of Anders Lindback. With Pekka Rinne locked up for seven more seasons, Nashville Predators backup Anders Lindback isn’t going to get a shot to be the starter in Nashville. The 23-year-old is in the same position as someone like Cory Schneider in Vancouver, Stuck behind a long contract and, therefore, a potential trade candidate. Predators coach Barry […]

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November 6, 2011

Latest From LeBrun: Price, Predators, Hurricanes

The latest from Pierre LeBrun at ESPN: Contract talks haven’t begun yet between the Habs and Carey Price‘s camp, but the plan is for those discussions to begin before the offseason. Price is earning $2.75 million this season, and LeBrun says that his salary will easily double. 6 NHL team executives don’t think Predators will be […]

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November 3, 2011

Nashville Predators Sign Pekka Rinne

Predators.com is reporting that The Predators have signed Pekka Rinne to a seven-year, $49 million contract which is the largest in franchise history. Already in 2011-12, Rinne has recorded his 21st and 22nd shutouts, moving into first on the franchise’s all-time list. His record-breaking 22nd shutout on Saturday against Anaheim was also his 100th career victory. Nashville Predators President […]

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