As rematch with Winnipeg Jets looms, the Predators' 'Regular Season' banner continues to be ridiculed

The Tennessean
As rematch with Winnipeg Jets looms, the Predators' 'Regular Season' banner continues to be ridiculed
As rematch with Winnipeg Jets looms, the Predators' 'Regular Season' banner continues to be ridiculed

The Nashville Predators raised three banners at it's home opener against the Calgary Flames. It's been two days since the Predators immortalized their accomplishments of the 2017-18 season in banner form. Which means it's also been two days since the Predators were eviscerated across the hockey-sphere for raising a superfluous non-achievement. Let's be clear: Two of those banners are perfectly acceptable to celebrate. The Central Division was the toughest in the league last year. Raise that Central Division Champions banner. The Predators were the best team in the league last year, a feat that should annually command more respect than it does. Raise that Presidents' Trophy banner. But a Regular

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