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Faith, Hope, & Love – in a Hockey Context (Part 2 of 2)

What’s love got to do with it? How simplistic is it to say that the success of Nashville Predators’ dynamic duo of Head Coach Barry Trotz (left) and General Manager, David Poile is attributable to something so fickle as love? Well, okay…VERY. Nevertheless, if it isn’t smoke & mirrors, it’s gotta be something. And with […]
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An Open Letter to Alexander Radulov

That skinny Russian kid is back, only now he’s a full-grown, international superstar. Erstwhile Nashville Predators first-round draft pick, Alexander Radulov, having recently obtained his release from the KHL’s Salavat Yulaev Ufa, rejoins the Preds for the remainder of the NHL season, beginning with this Thursday’s matchup versus the Pittsburgh Penguins. Rads is a Predator […]
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Are The Preds The Team The Caps Want To Be When They Grow Up? Or Is It The Other Way Around?

The similarities are seemingly as abundant as the perceived differences between the Eastern Conference powerhouse Washington Capitals and the Western Conference’s Nashville Predators…only in reverse. Wait…Nevermind. With not only their history and present interlinked, both teams hope there’s a Stanley Cup Final appearance is in their respective future as well. In the meantime, on Tuesday […]
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