[Robert Bortuzzo and Colin Wilson go at it during last night's Penguins-Predators game. That's, um, a lot of blood. AP/Mark Humphrey] »
It sounds like hyperbole, but tonight's save by Predators goalie Carter Hutton will likely be the best of the season when it's all over. Absurd. »
Nashville put up a very red-white-and-blue victory over Toronto on Thursday, with Americans notching all four goals and seven of the eight assists. To celebrate, the Predators put together this foot-stomping, air-guitar-shredding, manifest-destiny-realizing highlight video. Today, we are all Predators. »
Zach Lowe on how Tennessee's "jock tax"
The Nashville Predators just signed forward Richard Clune to a two-year, $1.7 million contract extension. Shortly after signing his deal, Clune posted the above photo to his Twitter account, thus revealing what his real contract demands were. Those demands, unfortunately, were not met. »
Do not adjust your white balance: the ice at Bridgestone Arena has been dyed Pee Yellow. (Sorry, "gold.") »
You could be forgiven for feeling a twinge of nostalgia for the Western Conference yesterday, after news emerged that the NHL is nearing an agreement on radical realignment.
This is hockey's version of going coast-to-coast, though with a much greater degree of difficulty. It's the Red Wings' Pavel Datsyuk single-handedly tying the Predators and forcing overtime with 6:30 to play last night in Nashville. Datsyuk ultimately couldn't do it all, though. The Preds went on to win in OT. »
When Philadelphia surprised everyone by giving Predator defenseman a 14-year, $110 million offer sheet, we were awed by Paul Holmgren's balls and savvy
The Predators have been poking around for weeks, looking to see what they could get in a trade for star defenseman Shea Weber, who's a restricted free agent. The fruitless talks have been maddening for Weber, and for all the teams waiting on Nashville, and last night the Flyers put an end to it all. They signed Weber… »
The feud between the Red Wings and Predators that began when Shea Weber smacked Henrik Zetterberg's head
glass at the end of Game 1 has extended all the way to table tennis. At Joe Louis Arena, there's a ping pong table in the hallway between the home and visitors locker rooms. And… »
Shea Weber shoves Henrik Zetterberg's head into the glass
Nashville captain Shea Weber won't miss any games of the Predators' opening round Stanley Cup playoffs series against Detroit after last night's incident in which he made Red Wings center Henrik Zetterberg's head extremely intimate with the glass. »
It's 2012, so hopefully you're not reliant on the morning paper for game results from the night before. Still, maybe there are a few elderly Baltimore hockey fans a little confused by today's Sun, which omitted the Nashville/Detroit capsule for some very unhelpful dummy text. »
The Nashville Predators killed a late penalty and held on to beat Detroit 3-2 tonight, but winning the opening game of their Stanley Cup playoff round apparently wasn't enough for Preds captain Shea Weber. Weber can be seen in the final moments bashing the head of Red Wings center Henrik Zetterberg into the boards,… »