<p>In the absence of David Legwand, the Nashville Predators‘ management has turned their eyes to Colin Wilson as if to say, “time to show us what you’ve really got.” Wilson, a 24-year-old Connecticut native selected No. 7 overall in the [...]</p>
A Long Overdue Post It's taken me a little while to go through the pictures I took while I was in Elkhart. I suppose one of the reasons for that is because I thought I was going to stick around there a lot longer than I did. After moving around an obscene amount of times in th...
It's taken me a little while to go through the pictures I took while I was in Elkhart. I suppose one of the reasons for that is because I thought I was going to stick around there a lot longer than I did. After moving around ...
<p>Amanda Kessel was held off the scoresheet when Team USA opened the women’s ice hockey tournament with a 3-1 win against Finland. Her drought didn’t last much longer, however, as the 22-year-old broke out for a four-point (two goals, two assists) [...]</p>
<p>When the Washington Capitals signed Joel Ward to a four-year, $12 million deal during the summer of 2011, he had just come off a 13-point performance in the playoffs with the Nashville Predators, helping them advance to the second round [...]</p>
<p>With the news that Nashville Predators goaltender Devan Dubnyk was put on waivers earlier this afternoon, it’s safe to say that his time as a Predator is drawing to a close. Pekka Rinne has finished his conditioning stint and is [...]</p>
<p>The amount of pressure that was on the shoulders of the Russian hockey team leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympics has been immense, but most of that pressure was placed on the shoulders of one player: Alex Ovechkin. After [...]</p>
<p>When the two best teams in the world square off in front of the entire world there is no telling what to expect. When those teams are bitter rivals it becomes a must-see event. The USA vs. Canada women’s ice [...]</p>
<p>When the 2014 Canadian Olympic team was announced earlier this year, there was one big name left off the list: Martin St. Louis. That situation has been rectified today, however, as news came out that St. Louis would be replacing [...]</p>
<p>According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Nashville Predators are “shopping [David] Legwand hard.” The 33-year-old center was the franchise’s first-ever draft pick (No. 2 overall in 1998) and has played all of his 951 NHL games in a Predators uniform. [...]</p>