Pekka Rinne’s Return a Serious Boost for Nashville Predators

Pekka rinne

This morning, Nashville Predators head coach Barry Trotz said the words that every Preds fan has been waiting to hear since October. Pekka Rinne may play during the team’s upcoming homestand. Rinne, who has only played nine games this year, […]

10 Questions As the NHL Season Resumes

Boston Bruins vs Chicago Blackhawks

Nashville Predators Rumors: Edmonton Oilers’ Sam Gagner on Team’s Radar?

Sam Gagner

Even though the NHL is in the middle of a roster freeze while the Olympics put the league on a hiatus, that doesn’t mean general managers aren’t working behind the scenes to set up deals as soon as the freeze […]

Nashville Predators’ Simon Moser Scores Game-Winning Goal for Switzerland at 2014 Olympics

Simon Moser

Simon Moser has only played three games for the Nashville Predators this season, but today he gave Team Switzerland its first win in the 2014 men’s Olympic hockey tournament in Sochi. The Swiss opened the tournament against Latvia, and for […]

Shea Weber and Duncan Keith Could Be The Best Defensive Pair in the Olympics

Shea Weber

Team Canada comes into the 2014 Olympics as one of the favorites to win the gold medal in men’s ice hockey. It would be a repeat performance from their overtime victory against the USA in Vancouver four years ago, and […]

Climbing the Standings No Easy Feat For Winnipeg Jets

St. Louis Blues vs. Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets saw first-hand how tough it is going to be to reach the postseason when they were stymied by the St. Louis Blues on Saturday afternoon. With a win today (and a Phoenix Coyotes loss later tonight), the Jets […]

Inexperience on the Blue Line Not a Factor in Washington Capitals’ Victory Over Winnipeg Jets

Washington Capitals vs Winnipeg Jets

Coming into tonight’s game, the bottom half of the Washington Capital‘s defense corpse had a grand total of 19 games of experience. 19-year-old Connor Carrick had 18 of those games. Patrick Wey and Julien Brouilette were recalled from AHL Hershey earlier […]

Could Nashville Predators’ Patric Hornqvist Make Team Sweden After All?

Patric Hornqvist

Henrik Sedin of the Vancouver Canucks announced today that he won’t suit up for a game prior to the Olympic break. That puts a huge question mark on his participation in the tournament for Sweden, and in all likelihood it […]

Tampa Bay Lightning’s Martin St. Louis a Great Choice to Replace Steven Stamkos on Canadian Olympic Team

Martin St. Louis

When the 2014 Canadian Olympic team was announced earlier this year, there was one big name left off the list: Martin St. Louis. That situation has been rectified today, however, as news came out that St. Louis would be replacing […]

Anaheim Ducks Fail to Score In Potential Playoff Preview Against Chicago Blackhawks

Anaheim Ducks vs Chicago Blackhawks

One thing is certain: if the Chicago Blackhawks and the Anaheim Ducks meet in this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, the series will be epic. At the Honda Center, the NHL‘s two best teams wouldn’t give the other an inch of […]

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Marc-Andre Fleury Continues To Reassert Dominance In Regular Season

Marc-Andre Fleury

There have been many things said about Marc-Andre Fleury‘s performance in the Stanley Cup playoffs, but his dominance in the regular season is still as evident as ever. He was the best player on the ice when the Buffalo Sabres […]

Why Is Joel Ward Enjoying Career Year With Washington Capitals?

Joel Ward

When the Washington Capitals signed Joel Ward to a four-year, $12 million deal during the summer of 2011, he had just come off a 13-point performance in the playoffs with the Nashville Predators, helping them advance to the second round […]