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Preds prevail over Canucks in wild 6-5 contest

In their previous four games, the Predators had scored five goals. Tonight in Vancouver, despite being out-shot 37-20, the Preds one-upped that total in a wild 6-5 victory over the

 
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Geoffrion placed on IR; Laakso on waivers

A couple of news items as the Predators prepare to face the Vancouver Canucks tonight. Forward Blake Geoffrion (upper body) has been placed on Injured Reserve, per Tom Callahan. Geoffrion

 
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Morning Skate: Game 25 at Vancouver

Game 25/82:9:00 CT – Nashville Predators (11-9-4) @ Vancouver Canucks (14-9-1) Players to watch:NSH- Shea WeberWeber has been a minus player in each of the last five games. The Preds

 
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Flames blank Preds, 1-0, in uneventful contest

One night after beating the Edmonton Oilers 2-1, the Nashville Predators couldn’t muster much offense in a 1-0 shutout loss in Calgary. Late in the first period, defenseman Derek Smith

 
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Press Release: Kyle Wilson recalled

The following is a press release from the Predators… Nashville, Tenn. (November 29, 2011) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has

 
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Roundtable: Should Preds consider a trade for Bobby Ryan?

Today I’m teaming up with Predators bloggers Jeremy Gover, Seth Lake and James Nelson in a lengthy roundtable about what the team should do in regards to the recent trade

 
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Morning Skate: Game 24 at Calgary

The Morning After:Yesterday’s results:Predators 2, Oilers 1 Smashville 24/7 3 stars of the night:1. Nick Spaling, NSH (game-winning goal)2. Jordin Tootoo, NSH (1 assist, 4 shots, 3 hits)3. Ryan Suter,

 
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Preds get back to basics in Edmonton, win 2-1

Riding into the Edmonton on a four-game losing streak, the Nashville Predators dug in deep and picked up a huge win. On the strength of Nick Spaling’s third period goal

 
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