Tuesday, 5 May, 2015
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Radulov's worth difficult to measure on multiple fronts
Predators weigh their options as they plan to move on after brief reunion with skilled forward
Timing of Blum's first goal falls in line with that of other Predators' top picks
Defenseman represents the fifth Nashville first-rounder to score within his first five NHL games
Predators add more first-round pedigree to lineup
Defenseman Jonathon Blum recalled, will make his NHL debut Tuesday at Columbus
Predators focus on the present with trade for veteran defenseman
Nashville picks up Shane O'Brien and a minor-league forward in exchange for defenseman Ryan Parent and forward Jonas Andersson.
Offense notably absent through first half of Predators' preseason
Nashville has four goals, its lowest total ever through the first three preseason contests.
Two Predators' newcomers actually have come back
Jonas Andersson and Ryan Parent originally were high draft picks by Nashville before spending the last several seasons elsewhere.
Predators sign Parent for two years; four others still unsigned
Former first-round pick will earn $1 million in second year of contract.
Predators look to add picks and take advantage of deep draft
Nashville currently holds just six selections, which would be the second-fewest in franchise history.
Drafts, deals will make for a very young Predators' defense
Veteran Francis Bouillon might be 10 years or more older than his partner, whoever that turns out to be.
Predators trade Arnott, Hamhuis in separate deals
Arnott headed to New Jersey; Hamhuis going to Philadelphia. Next captain not immediately named.
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