After the Nashville Predators lost in the Stanley Cup Final to the Pittsburgh Penguins, a few things gained clarity. Like the fact that Nashville was the envy of other hockey towns, with an ever-expanding fan base of catfish-chucking party people (and it’s a great place to live!). The challenge for
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Nashville Predators are making sure they keep Viktor Arvidsson around, re-signing the forward who made the second-biggest scoring jump in the NHL with a seven-year deal worth $29.75 million. General manager David Poile announced the deal Saturday night hours after the team
Dan Muse just helped the Chicago Steel to a USHL title.