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The Hockey Writers May 1, 2020

Predators Prospect Afanasyev: Improving & Getting Closer to Nashville

Egor Afanasyev has continued his upward trajectory this season. Scoring 67 points in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) in 62 games for the Windsor Spitfires, some believe that he has made himself the top prospect in the Nashville Predators pipeline. Heading to North America A native of Tver, Russia, Afanasyev started out his career in […] The post Predators Prospect Afanasyev: Improving & Getting Closer to Nashville appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
On the Forecheck May 1, 2020
Friday’s Dump & Chase: Paradise City

Friday’s Dump & Chase: Paradise City

Photo by Jason Kempin/ Between 9 and 12 teams are bidding to be hosts of isolation games (or something like that) if the season resumes in limited cities. Is Nashville in play? Nashville Predators News Move With Us May Challenge | Nashville PredatorsThe Nashville Predators would like you to do a lot of things With Them. The most recent is that they want you to Move With Us (them). They have some fun exercise-driven challenges as well as fundraising opportunities and contests with prizes. Check it out. Around Hockey NHL, NHLPA have not set timeline for return to playBut it seems like...
On the Forecheck Apr 30, 2020
Thursday’s Dump & Chase: Sitting, Waiting, Wishing

Thursday’s Dump & Chase: Sitting, Waiting, Wishing

Photo by John Russell/NHLI via As April comes to a close, there still is no light at the end of the tunnel. Nashville Predators News & Notes Josi, Bonino Face Wild’s Hartman, Greenway in NHL20 Series | Nashville PredatorsGames 1 and 2 were last night, but games 3, 4*, and 5* (if necessary) will take place tomorrow night at 6 PM. Other Hockey News & Notes Report: NHL considering December start to 2020-21 season | theScoreThe league will reportedly still try to fit in a full 82-game season even if the schedule begins later than usual. Hockey’s Fate Hinges on NHLPA’s Ability To...
On the Forecheck Apr 29, 2020
Analyzing Trends in Nashville’s Draft History

Analyzing Trends in Nashville’s Draft History

Photo By Dave Sandford/ Where does Nashville like to draft from? Last June, as day two of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft was coming to a close, Nashville’s 179th overall pick was held up due to a hiccup with the league’s central registry. After that was resolved, the Predators selected winger Isak Walther; it was just the second time in the organization’s history they had drafted a player from the U18 junior level of Swedish hockey. The first time was three years earlier when the team nabbed defender Hardy Haman Aktell. This may not seem like it means much, but it speaks to the...
The Hockey Writers Apr 29, 2020

Predators’ Prospect Farrance: Options After BU

David Farrance exploded onto the scene this season at Boston University in a big way. The third-round pick for the Nashville Predators in 2017 tallied 43 points in 34 games for the Terriers, leading the team in points, despite the season being cut short. Returning to Boston University Farrance recently announced that he will return […] The post Predators’ Prospect Farrance: Options After BU appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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