Nashville Predators

4th Central | 0-0
  • Goals For
    12th
    224 GF
  • Goals Against
    14th
    213 GA
  • Power Play %
    10th
    19.7 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    16th
    81.2 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    18th
    810 PIM
  • ProHockeyTalk25 minutes ago

    Report: Canucks plan to buy out Higgins, keep Burrows

    Like every other team in the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks go from the draft to a pivotal week in their off-season, with free agency set to open on Friday. General manager Jim Benning has already declared his intentions to at least call representatives for pending unrestricted free agent Steven Stamkos, as well as his interest in forward and pending UFA Milan Lucic. (For the former move, as well as revealing that he spoke with the Montreal Canadiens about P.K. Subban, Benning now finds himself in hot water, facing possible discipline for tampering.) While it looks like the Canucks will try to make a splash in free agency, the organization also has important decisions to make when it comes to veteran

  • ProHockeyTalk5 hours ago

    Report: Radulov won’t be making that NHL comeback after all

    It seemed as though Alexander Radulov had his heart set on coming back to the NHL for the 2016-17 season, but things appear to have changed. According to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman, the free agent forward has reportedly signed a contract with Salavat in the KHL. Don’t be surprised if money was the issue here. Earlier this month, a report surfaced saying that Radulov was looking for close to $7.5 million per season from an NHL team. With question marks surrounding his desire and work-ethic, it’s no surprise that teams weren’t willing to pay that price to bring him into the fold. Salavat’s GM has since denied the report: Radulov, now 29, last played in the NHL with the Nashville Predators during