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Last American Exit! When Winnipeg comes to Tennessee

If there was ever any doubt which division would provide the most entertaining series in this year’s NHL playoffs, those doubts have surely been put to rest. The second round series between the Winnipeg Jets and Nashville Predators has lived up to the lofty expectations that fans, media and players have placed upon it. A quick look at the numbers reveals that there is barely a difference between these two
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Music City Sweetheart! Q and A with Fashion and Fitness Model, Polina Gaydamachenko

Nashville, Tennessee. Known worldwide as ‘Music City’ due to it’s long-standing place as the home of country music, Nashville is a city on the rise. Capital of Tennessee since 1843, the city of 1.9 million is one of the fast-growing, culturally-diverse and hippest in the country. Home to prestigious schools such as Vanderbilt University and tourist attractions such as The Grand Ole Opry, Music City Center, the Country Music Hall
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Stanley Cup Finals: How The Pittsburgh Penguins Can Win Game Two

The Pittsburgh Penguins are three games away from hoisting their fifth Stanley Cup and second in two years. After taking game one in Pittsburgh on Memorial Day, the Penguins look to take a commanding two game lead. Although the Pens won game one it wasn’t how most people would have expected. The Pens mustered just 12 shots in the entire game, eight of which came in the three goal first
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Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins vs Nashville Predators

Welcome to the Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins vs Nashville Predators! The long and grueling journey that is the Stanley Cup Playoffs is ready for one more epic battle as the Pittsburgh Penguins, the defending Stanley Cup Champions, will take on the upstart Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup Finals! 16 teams entered the playoffs with dreams of raising Lord Stanley's Cup. The Predators were the last team to qualify,
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Nashville Predators: Peter Laviolette Deserves Respect

The Nashville Predators had just won the Western Conference championship, defeating the Anaheim Ducks in six games. Head coach Peter Laviolette looked calm and collected. He didn’t look like he had just carved out a piece of NHL history. As he sat at the podium following his team's victory, Laviolette spoke in humble overtones. He didn’t trumpet his maturing legacy. Also, he focused on the Predators enjoying the franchise’s first
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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Don’t Look Now, But It’s Time To Fear The Nashville Predators!

When one thinks of traditional hockey hotbeds, places like Detroit, Chicago, Toronto, New York, Minnesota and Montreal quickly come to mind. Nashville is the last place, where a hockey die-hard would associate Stanley Cup and hockey in the same breath. When one mentions the so-called “Music City”, images of Dolly Parton, Kelsea Ballerini, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Ryman Auditorium, The Country Music Awards and The Grand Ole Opry
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Previewing the NHL’s Tough Central Division

Last year’s Stanley Cup champions, the Chicago Blackhawks, came out of the Western Conference’s Central Division. Will the same division produce the 2015-16 season champions? We wouldn’t bet against it. This is our 2015-16 Central Division preview. Colorado Avalanche Defense was the weakest point for a weak team in Colorado last year. The offseason addition of veteran D Francois Beauchemin will help, but it won’t matter much unless the offense
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NHL: When It Comes To The Calder, Filip Forsberg Deserved More Attention

The announcement of the nominees for the NHL's Calder Trophy have been revealed. Surprisingly, Filip Forsberg wasn't among the finalists. The decision has left many fans scratching their heads, wondering why the Nashville Predators offensive dynamo was left off the list. Johhny Gaudreau and Mark Stone are well deserving of being two of the three finalists, as they led all rookies in scoring with 64 points. However, favoring Panthers defenseman,
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NHL: Mike Ribeiro Pacing The Nashville Predators

The Nashville Predators have been the NHL's surprise team. Theyare poised to make the playoffs for the first time since 2011-12, where they reached the conference semifinals. One of the big reasons the team has been able tomaintain this torrid pace has been the play of MikeRibeiro, whom is having one of the best seasons of his NHL career.Ribeiro was expected to be a key piece to the Arizona--then Phoenix--Coyotes
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Nashville Predators : The Fall Of Seth Jones To Fourth, Why The Preds Will Benefit

Seth Jones had it all going for him coming into the 2013 NHL Draft. His father Popeye Jones played basketball for the Denver Nuggets. The team picking #1 is from the same area, the Colorado Avalanche. During his playing days, Popeye asked Joe Sakic, an Avalanche legend, for advice on Seth playing hockey. Jones was rated the number one prospect by NHL Central Scouting. Colorado had a huge need for