Countdown to Puck Drop – Day 76 – Subban’s Predators Tenure

Introducing The Hockey Writers’ Countdown to Puck Drop series. From now until the puck drops on the 2019-20 NHL’s regular season on Oct. 2 when the Toronto Maple Leafs host the Ottawa Senators, we’ll be producing content that’s connected to the number of days remaining on that particular day. Some posts may be associated with […]

NHL Rumors: Predators, Sharks, Devils, Islanders, More

report this ad In the final edition of the NHL rumor rundown for Saturday, the second day of the NHL Entry Draft, there is a residual effect from the transactions that happened just before the start of Round 2. Once the Nashville Predators traded P.K. Subban and the Toronto Maple Leafs moved Patrick Marleau, it […]

Arvidsson, Forsberg and Subban Dazzling in Returns

The Nashville Predators have been on a roll of late with five wins in their last seven games with their only losses occurring in overtime. Before that, however, it was a different story as they lost six in a row, including four against non-playoff teams. The biggest reason for their turnaround has been a return […]

Predators Injuries: Arvidsson out up to 8 Weeks & Subban on IR

By The Canadian Press November 15th, 2018 GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Nashville Predators say forward Viktor Arvidsson will miss between up to eight weeks with a broken thumb, and they’ve also placed defenceman P.K. Subban on injured reserve. The Predators announced the injury update on both Thursday after their morning skate. They wrap up a […]

EA NHL 19 Cover Athlete Announced

  The month immediately following the National Hockey League season might be the most exciting time in the entire hockey calendar. First, there are the trades. Apparently, all that’s needed for NHL general managers to start wheeling and dealing is the opportunity to wear shorts and a three-month buffer between them inevitably making a hash […]

Subban’s No Scapegoat for Defensive Woes

The Nashville Predators had their hands full with the Colorado Avalanche in round one of the playoffs. What should’ve been an easy win turned into six games of a heated future rivalry. It all ended in Game 6, where the Predators finally flexed their muscles and put the Avalanche away without a shadow of a doubt. […]

5 Playoff Teams Canadiens Fans Should Cheer for

As the NHL season draws to a close and the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin, Montreal Canadiens fans will no longer be able to cheer on their hometown team. Granted, there’s a chance they weren’t cheering for the Canadiens anyway, between them hoping for better draft-pick odds, and, you know, the Habs sucking this season. The […]