The NHL will debut new jerseys for 13 teams, including Nashville, at 7 p.m. to launch the league’s new partnership with Adidas.
The team plans to celebrate their status as Western Conference champions as the NHL Entry Draft is underway in Chicago.
The two franchises have stable front offices and coaches that know what they are doing and recent records prove it.
After 17 seasons in the NHL, Predators captain Mike Fisher says he’ll take some time to consider if he’ll return to Hockey
The hometown team will open the preseason on Sept. 19 against the Florida Panthers in a day-night doubleheader at the Bridgestone Arena.
The Golden Knights have until 9 a.m. Wednesday morning to finalize all their roster decisions and James Neal is not the only Predators playe…
Housley is leaving the Preds to coach the Buffalo Sabres, the team announced Thursday.
The impact of the Predators run can still be felt throughout the city, and the spirit of hockey fans in Nashville is undeniable.
The Predators GM is prepared to do whatever he can to hang on to the team that made its first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final.
The 37-year old has played 17 NHL seasons, and retirement is a consideration, but it’s not something he’s ready to consider right now.
The NHL’s Expansion Draft is looming, and Colin Wilson openly admits it is and has been a concern.
Yannick Weber, 28, first signed with the team last summer and played in 73 games this season with the Predators.
In a short video, Wrigley Mandile declares to the world how well her beloved Predators played this season.
The Cinderella team is apparently talking with the city about some kind of event, but it’s not clear yet what that might be.
It was the first time in the Predators history to advance past the second round of postseason play.
The Preds fell to the Penguins on home ice 2-0 Sunday night.
News 2 has big plans to put you in the front row with special coverage beginning at 5 p.m.
So the question remains, who will do the honors before the Predators’ last home game of the season?
Three giant screens will be placed on Broadway, which will be closed from Fourth Avenue to Seventh Avenue.
Tens of thousands of fans will close out CMA Fest have joined with thousands more hockey fans celebrating in the streets and honkey-tonks.