The Nashville Predators fan who threw a catfish onto the ice during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals is no longer facing criminal charges.
Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Nashville Predators and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night apparently ruffled some major feathers within the animal rights community.
With the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup Finals, their roster of players have become a focal point. And during a recent “ESPN E:60” feature, defenseman P.K.
It took double-overtime of Game 7 before a winner was finally decided in the Eastern Conference finals on Thursday night, but Chris Kunitz ensured his Pittsburgh Penguins would be advancing with his
The Nashville Predators clinched their first ever berth to the Stanley Cup Finals, and a franchise tradition helped the team celebrate.
After being on the receiving end of a hit during Monday’s game, Viktor Arvidsson had a cut on his forehead that bled in the shape of a letter.
There is a lot of support for the Predators in Nashville as the team takes on the Anaheim Ducks in the Western Conference Finals.
The Washington Capitals may have won the Presidents’ Trophy for the second consecutive year, but that meant nothing earlier this week when they were ousted in yet another Game 7.