Bonino, Fabbro, Grimaldi Lead Predators past Devils 6-4

Bonino, Fabbro, Grimaldi Lead Predators past Devils 6-4

December 8th, 2019 NASHVILLE — Nick Bonino, Dante Fabbro and Rocco Grimaldi each had a goal and an assist, and the Nashville Predators beat the New Jersey Devils 6-4 on Saturday night. Yakov Trenin scored his first NHL goal, and Daniel Carr and Filip Forsberg also scored for Nashville, which snapped a two-game...
NHL Fines Predators' Ryan Johansen $5,000 for Elbowing

NHL Fines Predators' Ryan Johansen $5,000 for Elbowing

December 4th, 2019 NEW YORK — The NHL has fined Nashville Predators forward Ryan Johansen $5,000 for elbowing Tampa Bay forward Brayden Point during the Lightning’s 3-2 overtime win. The league’s Department of Player Safety announced the fine Wednesday, which is the maximum amount allowed under the...

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November 30th, 2019
Predators Goaltending

Black Friday not only provided American shoppers with great deals, but it also supplied hockey fans with a day of National Hockey League action. The full slate of games gave us a couple of shutouts and a huge performance in Dallas. We also have a fun celebration form overseas.    Rinne Keeps Nashville Rolling The Nashville Predators struggled for much of the month of November and had fallen out of a playoff spot in the Western Conference. Kyle Turris had been a healthy scratch for multiple games in a row and head coach Peter Laviolette’s job security was starting to be questioned of late. However, they have bounced back with points in four straight games, including a 3-0 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday. Veteran netminder Pekka Rinne entered the game on a...
November 29th, 2019
Nashville Predators

RALEIGH, N.C. — Pekka Rinne made 31 saves for his third shutout of the season and the 58th of his career as the Nashville Predators beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-0 on Friday night. Rocco Grimaldi, Calle Jarnkrok and Austin Watson scored for the Predators, who broke a six-game losing streak against the Hurricanes. The Predators won for the third time in four games, but notched their first win over Carolina since Jan. 2016. The Hurricanes dropped their second straight. Carolina has just three losses in its last nine games. Rinne won the 350th game of his career and the first since Nov. 4. He had lost his previous four starts and had been pulled in three of those losses. He was sharp in the first period, and needed to be. He made 12 saves to keep Carolina off the...
November 25th, 2019
St Louis Blues

NASHVILLE — Daniel Carr scored the deciding goal in the shootout and the Nashville Predators beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Monday night. Nick Bonino and Ryan Johansen scored in regulation time for Nashville, and Juuse Saros made 23 saves in regulatio...
November 24th, 2019
Nashville Predators

NASHVILLE — The Nashville Predators say forward Viktor Arvidsson will miss four to six weeks after hurting his lower body when cross-checked during the first period of Saturday night’s 4-2 win over St. Louis. The Predators provided the update on Arvidsson’s injury Sunday. Nashville Predators right wing Viktor Arvidsson battles for the puck with Vancouver Canucks defenseman Christopher Tanev (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) Arvidsson was cross-checked by Robert Bortuzzo at 6:08 of the first period with the Blues defenceman given only a 2-minute penalty. The NHL announced after the game on Twitter that Bortuzzo would have a player safety hearing Sunday. The Predators forward had an assist but played only 4:15 due to the hit. Nashville hosts St. Louis on Monday...
November 24th, 2019
Predators History

Nashville GM David Poile is known for his superb drafting, selecting the likes of David Legwand, Shea Weber, Pekka Rinne, Ryan Suter, and Scott Hartnell. While Poile has seen great success in many of his picks, he has also seen failure. Here are the five biggest Nashville Predators draft busts. Predators Draft Busts #5 Jonas Andersson - 1999 33rd overall In Poile and Trotz's second year together in Nashville, they were still learning the ropes and evaluating talent properly. Well, 1999 was not one of the team's better years at the podium. Actually, it was quite bad. After 2 years in the Swedish junior league, Jonas Andersson was selected in the summer of 1999. Andersson pursued a hockey career in North America and elected to play in the OHL. After 1 year...