Nick Bonino

#13C,
G
18
A
19
Pts
37
+/-
-5
PPP
11
SOG
142
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 196
Born:
Birth Place: Hartford, Connecticut
Draft: 2007 6th round (173rd pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Predators hire Dan Muse as assistant coach, promote Kevin McCarthy
    The Tennessean

    Predators hire Dan Muse as assistant coach, promote Kevin McCarthy

    The Predators hired Dan Muse as an assistant coach Friday, filling a vacancy on coach Peter Laviolette's staff. The team also promoted assistant coach Kevin McCarthy to associate head coach.  Muse replaces Phil Housley, who became head coach of the Buffalo Sabres on June 15 after four seasons with the Predators.  Muse previously coached the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League for two seasons, leading the team to the Clark Cup championship in May. He is the first coach in USHL history to be directly promoted to an NHL coaching position.  The 35-year-old also coached at Yale University as an assistant and associate head coach. In Nashville, Muse will coach the Predators' forwards and

  • Nashville Predators Top 25 Under 25: #24 Anthony Richard
    On the Forecheck

    Nashville Predators Top 25 Under 25: #24 Anthony Richard

    It’s time for our annual countdown of the best 25 Nashville Predators players under 25 years old. This is not only a tradition here at OTF, but is also something that you might see at many other SBNation NHL blogs. The premise is simple: rank the 25 best players who have not yet reached their 25th birthday (as of August 1st, 2017). At #24, Anthony Richard. NAME: Anthony Richard POSITION: Center AGE: 20 ACQUIRED: Round 4 - 100th overall - 2015 2016-17 STATS: Milwaukee Admirals 55 GP / 4 G / 12 A / 16 PTS / 23 PIM Cincinnati Cyclones 5 GP / 1 G / 1 A / 2 PTS / 0 PIM 2017-18 TEAM: Milwaukee Admirals Anthony Richard made his professional debut during the 2016 AHL Calder Cup Playoffs for the Milwaukee

  • Titans run away with AFC South in NFL.com future headlines
    Titans Wire

    Titans run away with AFC South in NFL.com future headlines

    It’s impossible to predict the future, but trying to do so is one of the most fun parts of the NFL season. Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com took predictions to a new level by predicting specific headlines and storylines that could crop up throughout the season. Bergman predicts that the Titans won’t be a major story until late November. However, the first headline they’re involved in is the one where they rise to the top of the division. While other outlets are pumping the brakes on the Titans’ hype machine, Bergman decided to feed it. Titanic shift in AFC South as Tennessee runs away with division Marcus Mariota is in the MVP conversation, DeMarco Murray is on pace for 1,500 yards and the South is