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Sergei’s Hatty A Sign of Kozier Days To Come?

Nashville Predators forward Sergei Kostitsyn (right) is congratulated by by defenseman Francis Bouillon (left) following one of his three goals to help the Preds defeat the Calgary Flames in a New Year’s Day battle at Bridgestone Arena. Kostitsyn’s first career hat trick led Nashville to its third win in a row. (Photo: AP/Mark Humphries) Nothin’ […]
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Many Happy Returns, But No Happy Ending for the Predators

Tuesday night at Bridgestone Arena the Nashville Predators welcomed back to the ice a pair of key veterans for the first time this season. Defenseman Francis Bouillon (left) had been battling concussion symptoms since last January, and forward Mike Fisher (right) has been recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. The players’ happy return wasn’t enough to […]
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Life Without Marty Is Proving to Be a Losing Proposition For Nashville

Life without 2010-2011 co-leading scorer Martin Erat (left) has been daunting so far this season for the Nashville Predators. Erat has missed the last four games, three of which were Nashville losses, and did not accompany the team on its current west coast road swing. Celebrations as depicted here with forward David Legwand have been […]
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Konfronting Kostitsyn & Thursday Notes

Tuesday night at Bridgestone Arena, the Nashville Predators’ annual Meet The Team event was held, allowing season ticket holders the opportunity to meet and get autographs from their favorite Preds players and coaches. And while it was awesome to shake hands with Craig Smith, Jon Blum, and Ryan Suter, all I really wanted to do […]
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Lucky 13? (Part 2/2)

Erstwhile Predators power forward Scott Hartnell was traded under duress during the team’s change of ownership in 2007. During his subsequent four seasons in Philadelphia Hartnell has matured into the star that Nashville Coach Barry Trotz knew he could be. As General Manager David Poile now seeks out possible offensive player moves via cap-strapped teams […]
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Postseason Post-Mortem, Part Two

The Nashville Predators’ 2010-11 season is officially dead and buried, and while it was their most successful ever, the future is now; there’s no looking back. Nevertheless, questions will linger throughout the summer. What will be the fate of 2010 free agent prize, Matthew Lombardi (above), who was lost for the 99% of the regular […]
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