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Yes, That Was Porn You Heard On The Nashville Predators Broadcast

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

Were you watching the Predators at Blues match-up on Fox Sports Tennessee tonight, and thought you might've heard some porn? Well, you did! Read more...

The Nashville Predators Broadcast Accidentally Pumped In Audio Of A Woman’s Screaming Orgasm

2 days agoSports : With Leather


Some NSFW audio was definitely heard during the Predators game

That sound you hear is not someone who seems to be that excited over Nashville Predators hockey, but rather, it seems to be audio from a pornographic video in the background of the telecast.  Where is it coming from?  Who knows.  Perhaps...Show More Summary

Predators Coach Peter Laviolette Lays into Ref for Winking at Blackhawks Bench

There's no crying in baseball. As it turns out, there's also no winking in hockey. One NHL referee caught some heat from Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette for allegedly winking at the Chicago Blackhawks' bench during their game on Dec. Show More Summary

Ref Winks at Blackhawks Bench, Pisses Off Predators Coach Peter Laviolette (Video)

Peter Laviolette, head coach of the Nashville Predators, isn’t going to sit by as a ref winks at his opponents’ bench. We learned this fun fact thanks to a show called Beneath the Ice, which is a local reality show that follows the Predators’ season. In this clip, taken from a December 29th game against […]

NHL Power Rankings: B/R Experts' Week 15 Poll

The Nashville Predators have held the top spot in our power rankings for two consecutive weeks, a worthy spot for a team that's been slicing through the NHL like a hot knife through butter. Although, I'm not sure why you're heating your...Show More Summary

2015 NHL scores: Predators spoil Barry Trotz return, Kyle Okposo scores four in Islanders win

The Predators and Islanders aren't going anywhere anytime soon. We're more than halfway through the 2014-15 NHL season, and the New York Islanders and Nashville Predators sit atop their respective conferences. Just like everyone predicted,...Show More Summary

What Are the Pittsburgh Penguins Getting with Mark Arcobello Acquisition?

The Pittsburgh Penguins added a forward on Wednesday, claiming centre/right wing Mark Arcobello off waivers from the Nashville Predators: The obvious question is this: Why is one of the NHL’s best teams interested in a player on whom...Show More Summary

Midseason Grades for Each Line on the Chicago Blackhawks

The Chicago Blackhawks are not where they want to be as the second half of the season gets underway. They are two points behind the Nashville Predators in second place in the NHL's Central Division, and the Preds have two games in hand...Show More Summary

Pekka Rinne Injury: Updates on Predators Star's Lower Body and Return

Nashville Predators star goaltender Pekka Rinne exited the ice during Tuesday's 5-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks with a lower body injury. Eric Stromgren of The Tennessean reported the news: Predators beat reporter Jim DiamondShow More Summary

NHL Power Rankings: B/R Experts' Week 14 Poll

Last week, the Nashville Predators' dream season continued with yet another remarkable achievement: Unseating the Chicago Blackhawks from the top spot in our power rankings, and thereby ending that team's five-week run at No. 1. Nashville...Show More Summary

5 Bold Predictions for the Los Angeles Kings in the New Year

The Los Angeles Kings started off 2015 on a positive note, defeating the Vancouver Canucks 3-2. They followed that up with a wild 7-6 loss to the Nashville Predators. Predicting a total of 13 goals between two of the more defensively...Show More Summary

Kings' wild comeback against Predators doesn't lead to victory

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The search for an alliterative way to describe the Kings' late and wild comeback against Nashville screeched to an abrupt halt in overtime.

Video: Puck hits Predators broadcaster in the head

Ed Note: The following appears courtesy our friends at Puck Drunk Love. Being a broadcaster for a hockey team is supposed to be a safe job. That rule apparently doesn’t apply to Nashville Predators broadcaster Willy Daunic who was doing a game preview prior to the Predators-Blues contest. Show More Summary

NHL schedule 2014: Blues, Predators meet in Central division showdown

There will be eight teams in action on Tuesday in the NHL, headlined by the matchup in St. Louis. The Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues are both chasing the Chicago Blackhawks in the Central division. One team, however, will have a chance to gain some ground when the Blues and Predators play each other in Nashville. Show More Summary

Derek Roy Traded to Oilers for Mark Arcobello: Latest Details and Reaction

The Edmonton Oilers are doing whatever they can to address their massive issue at center. The team announced on Monday night that it traded Mark Arcobello to the Nashville Predators for Derek Roy: Roy has appeared in 26 games this year, scoring one goal and picking up nine assists. Show More Summary

This ridiculous video justifies why NHL fined Predators winger James Neal for diving

The NHL fined Nashville Predators winger James Neal $2,000 for “embellishment” on Wednesday. In soccer, it’s called a dive. This is the first such fine the league has levied since the NHL enacted its new anti-diving legislation in September. Under the new Rule 64, the league outlines fine amounts and gives players a one-dive warning, […]

Shea Weber injured after falling on Tye McGinn's skate blade

Weber appeared to cut his armpit during the fall. Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber had to leave the game on Saturday when he fell on an opponent's skate blade. The incident occurred in the second period when Weber hit San Jose Sharks forward Tye McGinn against the benches. Show More Summary

NHL scores 2014: Blues lose Brodeur's debut, Islanders spoil Alfredsson's retirement

Not even aging NHL legends can slow the Preds and Isles down right now. When it comes to the NHL's surprise teams, slowing down doesn't seem to be an option when NHL legends are involved. The Nashville Predators and New York Islanders both worked to spoil the spotlight (and the narrative) away from their opponents. Show More Summary

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