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Nashville Is The Top US Sports City According To One Journal

I read it in a magazine. This is the time of...
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Hamilton Has Given Up On Getting An NHL Franchise 

It's all over now. At one time, Hamilton, Ontario a city about...
Tampa Bay Lightning, Nashville Predators

Lightning’s Comeback Falls Short, Lose To Nashville 3-2

The Tampa Bay Lightning pressed hard in the third period but were unable to notch the game tying goal falling to the Nashville Predators 3-2.

Lightning and Predators – The NHL’s Missed Rivalry Opportunity

On Thursday night at Amalie Arena, the Tampa Bay Lightning rebounded from a rough first period to control the action throughout the second and third, but Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators just wasn't having it. The goalie saved 42 shots as the Predators took a 4-1 win in one of the best games of the early NHL season.

Lightning Lose Stamkos, Fall to Nashville Stamkos' lower body injury unclear; status uncertain The Nashville Predators scored three goals in the third period, Steven Stamkos left the game with an injury,...

Pittsburgh beats Nashville to win their 2nd straight Stanley Cup Championship

Even Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins are going to be challenged trying to top this. Crosby was awarded his second consecutive Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and goalie Matt Murray made 27 saves for his second straight shutout as the Penguins became the first team to repeat as champion in nearly two decades with a 2-0 win over the Nashville Predators in Game 6.

Nashville hosts Pittsburgh in a must win game six in the...

Pekka Rinne is a friendly, polite man off the ice. Slipping the puck past the Nashville Predators goaltender is one of the few ways to anger the 6-foot-5 Finn.

Penguins crush Predators 6-0 to take 3-2 lead in Stanley Cup

The night started with a catfish throw. It ended with haymaker after haymaker — both literal and proverbial — from Sidney Crosby and the rest of the resilient Pittsburgh Penguins. The defending champions provided an emphatic reminder of why they’re on the cusp of history with a 6-0 demolition of the Nashville Predators in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final to take a 3-2 lead. Pittsburgh will have a chance to become the first franchise to win back-to-back championships since Detroit in 1998 when the series shifts back to Nashville for Game 6 on Sunday night.

What nerves? Rookies making an impact in Stanley Cup Final

The guy that scored the winner in Games 3 and 4 of the Stanley Cup Final doesn’t even have a locker in the Nashville Predators’ dressing room. The 22-year-old who leads the NHL in playoff goals and is a legit contender for the Conn Smythe trophy watched the Pittsburgh Penguins lift the Stanley Cup last spring on TV as a minor leaguer just getting his feet wet as a pro. Sure, technically Frederick Gaudreau and Jake Guentzel are rookies. Neither is playing like one.

Nashville evens series 2-2 with a 4-1 win over Pittsburgh

Frederick Gaudreau sure is doing his best to earn his own locker with the Nashville Predators with a Stanley Cup Final debut for the ages. For now, he insists he is happy enough just to sit on the floor as long as he plays. An undrafted free agent playing in just his sixth postseason game, Gaudreau scored the go-ahead goal 3:45 into the second period and Pekka Rinne made 23 often-spectacular saves as the Predators beat the Penguins 4-1 on Monday night to even the series at 2-2.