Predators goalie admired Brodeur, Roy, Hasek growing up by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist 12:18 AM Share LAS VEGAS — Pekka Rinne‘s miniature Vezina Trophy will be going back home to Kempele, Finland, and the Nashville Predators goalie figures that his father, the custodian of the Rinne memorabilia collection, will soon be cleaning up his old
Nashville, TN, United States / The Game Nashville Ryan Porth February 23, 2018 06:41 am Thursday was just an ordinary night for Pekka Rinne standards, as he made 33 saves in the Nashville Predators’ convincing 7-1 win against San Jose. The night didn’t feature any highlight-reel saves that will end up on SportsCenter.
1d – NHL PEKKA RINNE +1 more Scott Burnside, NHL Writer NASHVILLE — When the Nashville Predators were dispatched in the first round of the playoffs last season by eventual Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, it was both a cautionary tale about the false guarantees of a strong regular season and a reminder of the fleeting nature of greatness.
RP – Saskatoonblades.com The Saskatoon Blades are winners of 17 consecutive games thanks to a gritty 3-2 shootout victory over the Calgary Hitmen on Wednesday night. Brett Stovin scored both Blades goals in regulation, while Andrey Makarov starred in the crease. There was no scoring in the opening period in Calgary, but both teams did
The Saskatoon Blades have tied a franchise record with their 13th consecutive victory following a 5-1 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors on Wednesday night. The Blades got some key saves from Andrey Makarov early in the 3rd period before pulling away and scoring 4 times in the frame for the record-tying win. For the