Hell froze over and the Preds became good. Now Nashville freezes over and the Preds suck as they always should have. It just feels right.
Congrats to the Preds on almost becoming relevant. Next up: 1st round exit and 12k fans at Bridgestone next season.
They won't suck forever,the losing has to end sometime.every team in the NHL goes through a losing at some point during the season,the preds are hitting theirs right not,but that dosen't mean that they suck
For someone that grew up in NY, PA, and OH, I now live in Southeastern Tennessee, the mix of freezing rain and icy snow mixture that froze over last night, it was one of the most treacherous driving experiences I had today trying to get to work. Backing out of my driveway, going about 3 MPH, I barely tapped the brakes and slid back an additional 12 feet and hit a telephone pole. It was like trying to drive a light car with bald tires on a hockey rink, it was pure slick ice and I had hardly any control at all. I had no traction and I drive a SUV with 4 wheel drive. I drove in feet of snow up north for many years, but the mess that was there on the roads today was downright nasty and among the worst conditions I have had to deal with.
It resulted in no one showing up for work today, including myself, and the first time the facility closed for a day in the last 12 years.
i don't drive,so that's good new for all of the other drivers out there,i'm embarrassed to tell my driver ed story,but lets just say it involved a telephone pole,then the arriving of the police, a ambulance,a fire truck,and the head of the school board.
And itll be cool to have the alumni game.
I'm kinda amazed Nashville has enough players retired to be able to ice a team though.
Do i see jiri fischer name on the red wings roster,Glad that he is able to take part in the Alumni game,I remember crying my eyes out when he went into cardiac arrest in a November 2005 game,Glad that the doctors and other arena personnels were able to save his life
Nashville, Tenn. (February 20, 2015) – On Saturday, Feb. 28, alumni from the Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings will take to the Bridgestone Arena ice for a special Alumni Game contest. Puck drop for the Alumni Game is 5 p.m. CT, following the matinee matchup between the Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings (2 p.m. CT, FOX Sports Tennessee, 102.5 The Game). In addition to the Alumni Game, special weekend events include a visit from the Stanley Cup (photo opportunities will be available during Saturday’s game) and alumni autograph signings.
In net for the Preds alumni squad will be Tomas Vokoun, who is making his first appearance in Nashville since his retirement from the NHL. Vokoun, who joined the Preds in the Expansion Draft of 1998, played 383 games with the team, recording 161 wins, a 2.54 goals-against average and a .913 save percentage. In addition to his appearance in Saturday’s game, Vokoun will be honored during the first period of Thursday’s game against the Minnesota Wild (7:30 p.m., NBC Sports, 102.5 The Game) and available for fan photos during both intermissions on Thursday.