When I first joined The Hockey Writers earlier this year, number six on my Top 10 Things to Look Forward to in the Nashville Predators 2011-2012 Season was “That one […]
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We have survived many calamities this early fantasy hockey season but not comes the next November edition of “Chutes And Ladders”. Riding the fortunes of a fantasy hockey team […]
Going into last night’s tilt with the Anaheim Ducks, Nashville Predators forward Patric Hornqvist was on a tear, scoring a goal in six consecutive games dating back to the 5-3 […]
Yesterday the Nashville Predators announced the signing of one of their cornerstones. Pekka Rinne is coming off an incredible year where, if not for Zach Galifianaskis look alike Tim Thomas, […]
Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Columnist With the third lowest salary cap commitment in the league, the Nashville Predators are a team that has certainly made a habit of living successfully […]
As October winds to a close, the Nashville Predators have experienced their fair share of highs and lows through the first ten games. After opening the season with road wins […]
Magnus Hellberg‘s name was nonexistent prior to the 2010-11 season. He was skipped over in his draft year (2009), along with the following year (2010). After being skipped two […]
Among the usual emails about new sponsorships, roster moves and promotions was an AHL recall notice. This time it was from Winnipeg. Unlike the announcements about some phenom with a deadly arm or netminder with superhuman flexibility getting a seat at the big boys table, this press release reported the return of a familiar face to Manitoba’s professional hockey arena. Mick E. Moose would be stepping up as the Jets’ mascot.
Frustrating. As much as I like him, this would be my word of choice if I had to describe Nashville forward Martin Erat. His expensive contract coupled with his injury […]
It would take eight seconds, yes eight seconds after the puck drop before the Jets would take the lead as Kyle Wellwood would score his second goal of the season as he went backhand on Marc-Andre Fleury.
Welcome to our debut column here on The Hockey Writers kindly dubbed “Chutes And Ladders”. Riding the fortunes of a fantasy hockey team can be a lot like the […]
History is being made. Important milestones in the growth of this game are happening on the ice, in the stands and in offices all over the continent.