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Hockey Wilderness Jan 26, 2015

Wild Weekly Planner: January 26th-February 1st Edition

The All-Star Break is over, meaning it's time for all 30 NHL teams to get back to work. As for the Minnesota Wild, they still have a steep hill to climb in order to get back into playoff contention with the season over half-way complete. Yesterday was a grand ol' event for Wild assistant captain Ryan Suter, who managed to collect a goal, an assist, a plus-2 rating and two blocks while skating an unusually low 19:46 of ice-time alongside his longtime former defensive partner - Nashville's Shea Weber - in Team Toews' 17-12 win over the hometown team. Having not found the back of the net...
Anaheim Calling Jan 24, 2015

All Star Skills Competition Thread

How much will Shea Weber beat everyone else by in the Hardest Shot Competition? We'll see soon enough. For my money, today is the best day of All Star Weekend.  The Fantasy Draft can tend to dag on as the host try to pull some personality out of a bunch of guys who have been conditioned to say nothing interesting, ever (Although, I was pleasantly surprised by yesterday's show).  The Game itself is so slow and uninteresting that we see better on a nightly basis all across the league.  But there isn't really anything like the assortment of mini games that make up the All Star Skills...
On the Forecheck Jan 23, 2015

Filip Forsberg Final Pick in Draft, He and Weber to Team Toews

The captains have made their decisions on where the Predators will be playing. The 2015 NHL All-Star Weekend officially kicked off Friday night with the Fantasy Draft. Shea Weber and Filip Fosberg were representing the Nashville Predators, and have played more than 40 games together this season. Would that change with either Jonathan Toews or Nick Foligno taking them separately? No, as it would turn out. Both players were drafted to Team Toews, and will have another chance to skate together. Weber was taken with the second pick. Unfortunately for Forsberg, his was the last name called in...
On the Forecheck Jan 19, 2015

Quantifiable Swagger: Predators Thrive in the Third Period

As our beloved hockey team passes the 40 game mark, we look at some pressing questions facing the guys in gold. This year's Nashville Predators are something that very few teams at 501 Broadway have ever been: Clutch. On Friday night, the Predators were facing down a 3-2 deficit against a white-hot Capitals team. The team had a rough second period, and the third didn't start much better thanks to allowing a goal on the penalty kill. To make matters worse, Shea Weber looked to be in some discomfort after taking some shots and absorbing an impact on the boards in the offensive zone. But...
On the Forecheck Jan 15, 2015

Predators Bingo: A Goal Scoring Combination Matrix

A different look at the Predators' scoring production this year. While watching the Predators beat up (literally and figuratively) the Wild last Saturday, I started wondering about the different combinations of players that have combined on goals this year. With an impressive number of players contributing offensively, I thought it might be fun to see how many different combinations of goals-assists there have been so far. Obviously Mike Ribeiro and Filip Forsberg have combined on several goals this year, but what about Colin Wilson and Roman Josi? Shea Weber and Gabriel Bourque? Craig...
On the Forecheck Jan 10, 2015

Rinne, Weber, Forsberg Join Coaching Staff in Columbus for All-Star Weekend

This is magical. But one guy short of a perfect scenario. Nashville will be well represented in Columbus later this month for the (sometimes) annual All-Star Game. The virtual locks were Pekka Rinne and Shea Weber, but joining them on their short flight north will be Filip Forsberg who will be participating in the Skills Competition. That's more fun than the actual game, right? WHY WERE THEY CHOSEN? Shea Weber: He's 5th in points, one of 6 defenders with 10 goals or more, and is having a darn good season in his own right. Plus, people want to see him vs. Zdeno Chara for the hardest shot in...
St. Louis Game Time Dec 30, 2014

RECAP: Lackluster Blues Effort Leads to 3-2 Loss to Predators

Despite playing like absolute horseshit, the Blues had a chance to beat the Predators in NashVegas late in Tuesday's game. They just couldn't do the job of winning a game they sorely deserved to lose. You could tell the Blues were not having a good game when the shot-on-goal total was 30 to 16 in favor of the Predators going into the third period. Despite that, The Note had every chance to steal one from the Preds at Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday night. They just couldn't, and a short-handed goal by Shea Weber--his second marker of the game--proved the difference in a 3-2 loss. It was a...
ESPN Fantasy Hockey Dec 30, 2014

Weber's Two Goals Lift Predators

Shea Weber scored twice to help the Predators to a 3-2 win over the Blues.

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