Photo: Nashville Predators top prospect Filip Forsberg skated on the club’s top line in the Predators 1-0 win over Tampa Bay on Thursday night (courtesy of Mark LoMoglio/Icon Sportswire)
Another busy night in the 2014 NHL preseason with 16 teams taking the ice minus any split squad games. The prospect herd is beginning to thin a bit as NHL teams have begun cutting down their rosters, primarily by returning players to the junior ranks. Read more»
Photo: Miikka Salomaki looks poised to have an offensive breakout with the Milwaukee Admirals in his second AHL season. (courtesy of Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
The most obvious change for the Nashville Predators this season will be behind the bench, where veteran coach Peter Laviolette replaces the only coach in the history of the franchise, Barry Trotz.
Photo: Filip Forsberg recorded one goal and four assists in 13 games with the Nashville Predators in 2013-14. (courtesy of Jeanine Leech/Icon SMI)
The Nashville Predators have made a push in recent years to get more scoring talent into their organization and, while that has not yet paid dividends on the pro level, it is reflected in the prospect pool. Read more»
Photo: Nashville’s first pick at 11th overall, 17-year-old Kevin Fiala produced in the SHL and on the international stage for Switzerland in 2013-14 (courtesy of Derik Hamilton/Icon SMI)
The Nashville Predators went into the draft looking to address their well-chronicled need for scoring help and general manager David Poile felt things fell just the way they were hoping they would go.
Photo: Despite having a shoulder injury needing repair, the Vancouver Canucks made Calgary Hitmen forward Jake Virtanen their top pick at the 2014 NHL Draft (courtesy of Derik Hamilton/Icon SMI)
The Vancouver Canucks figure to have a new look in the coming years with new general manager Jim Benning and a new head coach in Willie Desjardins. The makeover in Vancouver started on Friday afternoon even before the 2014 NHL Draft began when the Canucks engineered a series of trades — one of which sent veteran Ryan Kesler to the Anaheim Ducks in a multi-player deal.