It wasn't quite the record, but Shea Weber of the Nashville Predators won the hardest shot competition with a 108.1 MPH slap shot.
Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman was on his way off the ice, but he'll surely draw a significant suspension after laying a cross check on a linesman Wednesday night.
Ryan Johansen was worth the steep price of Seth Jones to jump-start the Nashville Predators' anemic offense.
A good team that has the potential to be phenomenal with some trades, the Nashville Predators should consider trading these five players.
The rumor mill is saying former Nashville Predators prospect Alexander Radulov is thinking of making a return to the NHL. He would be better off staying in Russia.
Seth Jones is already poised to take the spot as the best defensive player in the NHL.
These five things must be addressed if the Nashville Predators plan on making the playoffs in 2015-16.
The Nashville Predators are red-hot early on, and it is worth understanding why. Here are five things we've learned from the Predators' early-season success.
The Nashville Predators are one of the most intriguing teams coming into this season.
The Nashville Predators surprised the league last season with a 104-point season. Despite the success, there are still issues that need to be addressed.