2016 Stanley Cup ticket prices drop

The Pittsburgh Penguins (2-1) take on the San Jose Sharks (1-2) tonight in Game 4 of the 2016 NHL Stanley Cup Finals, and ticket prices have been noticeably cheaper than last year. According to data pulled by TicketNetwork, the average price of a Game 4 ticket is $865, compared to $996 in 2015. Location is […]

Lowest-Priced Secondary Market Predators Tickets In November Against Blue Jackets

Looking for back-to-back playoff appearances, the Nashville Predators are proving they are a real threat in the Western Conference with their start to the 2015-16 NHL season. Currently the Predators are 8-2-2 with 18 points, which is good for third in the Central division of the Western Conference. With Nashville’s franchise trending upwards in the […]

Nashville Predators’ Highest Priced Tickets On Secondary Market Are Mostly On The Road For 2015-16 Season

The Nashville Predators’ three-year rebuild led to a rewarding postseason appearance last season before bowing out to the eventual Stanley Cup Champions in the first round. After winning 16 games in 2012-13 (lockout-shortened 48-game season), the Predators won 38 games in the following campaign, before going 47-25-10 last season to qualify for the NHL playoffs. […]

Who Will Win the Stanley Cup?

By guest writer, Sarah Connors The pinnacle of ice hockey, the Stanley Cup, is upon us and the big question is who will clinch the trophy? It’s been a close-fought contest already and pundits are finding it hard to predict a winner. The favourites at the time of writing are New York Rangers, with betfair placing them […]

Nashville Predators Try To Stay Afloat Without Weber

As optimistic as the Nashville Predators wanted to act publically prior to Game 3, when the news came out that they would be without their best defenseman Shea Weber, Chicago’s skilled front line was too much on their home ice in a decisive victory. According to TiqIQ.com, tickets to Predators games on the road at […]

Playoff-Bound Nashville Predators See Tickets Average Under $100 For Final Weeks

The Nashville Predators could possibly be the biggest surprise in the NHL this season. They are currently locked into a playoff position with 102 points after 77 games. They have been led by new head coach Peter Laviolette and Vezina Trophy candidate Pekka Rinne. The entire season has gone right for the Preds, who are […]

Predators look to get back on track with pivotal games throughout March

The Nashville Predators lost their top spot in the NHL in wins and points, but that’s just nitpicking. The Predators still are one of the top teams in the league, trailing the Anaheim Ducks by one win and two points for the overall league lead. Unfortunately, losing the top spot came about because of their […]

Anaheim Ducks and Nashville Predators battle for best in the West

Thursday night’s NHL schedule will be headlined by a clash of Western Conference Division leaders.  Anaheim and Nashville, the Pacific and Central leaders respectively, have been two of the best teams so far this season.  This, their second meeting and first in Nashville, is set to a be top notch contest.  Anaheim was victorious when […]

Predators look to dethrone Blackhawks in final meeting between teams

The Nashville Predators have faced the Chicago Blackhawks three times thus far during the 2014-15 regular season. Back in the middle of October, the Blackhawks hosted Nashville in their fourth game of the season and eventually beat the Preds in a 2-1 overtime victory. Just five days later, Chicago trekked down to Nashville and the […]

Nashville Predators tickets up 50% from last season on secondary market

After making the playoffs in seven of eight seasons from 2003-04 to 2011-12, a stretch that hasn’t been approached by any other late-1990s or early-2000s expansion team, the Nashville Predators have found themselves outside the playoffs for two straight seasons.  As is frequently the case, disappointing results led to change. Gone is Barry Trotz, the […]

Milwaukee Admirals week one preview – 14/15

We are almost three weeks away from the coming American Hockey League (AHL) season and with plenty of time to reflect on the team’s exploits last season, it is time to assess whether they can make the play-offs for the 13th consecutive year. This will be the youngest team ever to take to the rink […]

Managerial Changes at Fang Faction

Back in April, I was in a taxi headed to the airport in New Orleans when I came across some tweets from a blog I followed called Fang Faction. The old founder was leaving, and he wanted someone to take it over. That’s where I stepped in, and I have been in charge of Fang […]

Evander Kane: What’s The Big Deal?

Over the past few weeks, the Predators community has gone to battle over a player that brings with him loads of controversy and antics: Evander Kane. In one corner are people like Josh Cooper of The Tennessean, who say that Kane’s character issues outweigh his offensive talent. After Cooper’s article was tweeted out, Twitter was […]

SmashTalk Podcast Episode 2: Offseason Report

On our second episode of the SmashTalk Podcast, we discussed the developments of the Predators’ offseason so far. Your hosts Cutler, Mark, and Kyle talked everything from James Neal to Olli Jokinen to Kevin Fiala. We were joined by Justin Bradford of Penalty Box Radio and Colin Fitts of The Hockey Writers. Thanks to both […]

What Now? Predators’ Options after Fisher Injury

Yesterday, the Predators announced that center Mike Fisher will miss 4-6 months with a ruptured Achilles tendon. This is not good news for a team already struggling at the center position, and the Predators should begin to explore some new options. Fisher probably would have seen top-line minutes this season. He could still return by midseason. Until then, the […]