Juuse Saros

Can Juuse Saros Manage the Workload in Nashville?

The Nashville Predators will turn to Juuse Saros again this season to carry a heavy workload and to perform in a way that will keep a team with high expectations happy. The 27-year-old, 5’11, 180lbs goaltender saw his workload increase last year and will likely see that same trend this year. Before diving into workload […]

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Where Will Ville Husso Land this Off-Season?

Now that the 2021-2022 season has come to a close with the Colorado Avalanche hoisting the Stanley Cup, other teams around the league can begin to map out their plans for free agency. While some teams have a ton of cap space and can throw money at UFAs and RFAs, some teams must be smart […]

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What to make of the Predators potential sale?

It was reported late last week that former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam was close to finalizing a deal that would make him the primary owner of the Nashville Predators. This changeover would be the third different ownership group to take control of the Preds in their 23-year history. While ownership has changed hands several times, […]

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Igor Shesterkin Wins The Vezina Trophy

Igor Shesterkin has won the Vezina Trophy for the 2021-22 season. The award goes to the top netminder during the season. Shesterkin went on to victory by a wide margin and beat out Calgary Flames Jacob Markstrom and Nashville Predators netminder Juuse Saros. Down below shows just how the voting went for this award. Igor […]

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Predators: Hynes gets two more years

John Hynes is staying in Nashville for the foreseeable future. The 47-year-old Hynes and Predators General Manager, David Poile, announced a two-year extension Thursday. The extension will keep Hynes in Nashville through the 2023-24 season. Hynes became the Predators’ third head coach in the franchise’s 23-year history in the middle of the 2019-2020 season. The […]

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Vezina Finalists officially announced

The 2022 Vezina trophy finalists have arrived. The three finalists are Igor Shesterkin of the New York Rangers, Juuse Saros of the Nashville Predators, and Jacob Markstrom of the Calgary Flames. Shesterkin is the favorite to win the award, but all three goalies had stellar seasons and rightfully deserved the honor of being invited to […]

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Update: Juuse Saros to Miss Remainder of Regular Season, Possibly More

The Nashville Predators took on the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night in what ended up being a 5-4 decision for the Flames in overtime. In the third period, Predators goaltender Juuse Saros left the ice after suffering an apparent lower-body injury as he limped down the tunnel with help from the training staff. David Rittich […]

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Predators Face Tough Playoff Road Ahead

Being a team in the Central Division is no easy task in 2022 as it’s chock-full of high-end talent and playoff-bound teams. Where things currently sit, the Colorado Avalanche, Minnesota Wild, St. Louis Blues, and Nashville Predators have all clinched a playoff berth, with the Dallas Stars looking to round out the final wild-card spot. […]

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Report: Roman Josi Breaks Franchise Record

For the Nashville Predators, this season has been a constant battle, especially for positioning in the Central Division, as the back and forth between the St. Louis Blues, Minnesota Wild, and themselves has been nonstop. A big part of the Predator’s success has been tied to a few players, whether it be goaltender Juuse Saros, […]

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Opinion: Forsberg stays in Nashville, but for how long?

A few weeks prior to the deadline, Filip Forsberg and apparently everyone else in the hockey world was shocked by the news that Predators General Manager David Poile was shopping the veteran left-winger. Forsberg is in the final months of a six-year $36 million contract that has an AAV of $6 million. Forsberg reportedly wants […]

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