Taylor Beck Officially Signs New Contract with Predators


With a one-way contract penned today. Taylor Beck is officially an NHL talent with the Nashville Predators. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

The man who came to pre-season camp without a deal in place with the hopes of earning a one-way contract has pulled it off. Taylor Beck has just signed a one-year one-way contract with the Nashville Predators. The deal is worth $550,000.

Press Release via Nashville Predators:

Nashville, Tenn. (September 30, 2014) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has signed restricted free-agent forward Taylor Beck to a one-year, $550,000 contract.

Beck, 23 (5/13/91), has 23 career NHL games with Nashville to his credit over the past two seasons, amassing seven points (3g-4a). The 6-2, 206-pound right wing led the 2013-14 Milwaukee Admirals in assists (32) and power-play points (7g-16a-23pts), ranked second on the team in points (49), and fourth in goals (17). The St. Catharines, Ontario native also paced the Admirals in points during the 2012-13 season despite appearing in only 50 of the team’s 76 games (11g-30a-41pts), and ranked among the Top 20 AHL rookies in goals and points in 2011-12 (16g-24a-40pts).

Nashville’s fourth choice, 70th overall (third round), in the 2009 Entry Draft, Beck played 246 games for the Ontario Hockey League’s Guelph Storm from 2007-11, amassing 267 points (110g-157a). He ranked seventh in the OHL in points (95) and assists (53), and eighth in goals (42) in 2010-11, and won the 2010 Jim Mahon Memorial Trophy as the OHL’s top scoring right wing after tying for fourth in the OHL in points (39g-54a-93pts) in 2009-10. You can follow him on Twitter @taybeckone9.

This deal comes after Beck’s best season as a professional. He may not have managed to get much time topside in the NHL last season, playing in only 7 games, but his AHL production saw his best numbers to date: 49 points (17 goals, 32 assists) in 65 games. He was one of the most consistent and reliable Admirals forwards last season. Whether he was being tasked with being on the power-play, penalty kill, or even double shifting for an entire night with the team dressing an extra defenseman. With a one-way contract signed – he now has his chance to make that same impression at the NHL level.

Thoughts on Taylor Beck? Has he earned an NHL contract? What can he achieve for the Nashville Predators this season? Will he log a decent amount of games or be scratched out of the lineup a fair amount? What does his signing mean for Filip Forsberg?

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Predators Shutout by Blue Jackets, 3-0


NHL: Phoenix Coyotes at Nashville Predators

A quiet gem of last night’s 3-0 pre-season defeat for the Nashville Predators was that this guy was 100% healthy and in net. (Photo Credit: Don McPeak // USA TODAY Sports)

The Nashville Predators were humbled by the Columbus Blue Jackets in their final home contest of the pre-season Monday night. The game ended in a 3-0 shutout for the Blue Jackets despite the fact that the Preds outshot their opponents 36-27.

This was the Predators first defeat of the pre-season and it comes after the roster cuts that followed on Saturday night. Ryan Ellis, fresh off of signing his new contract, made his 2014-15 debut: 19:51 TOI, 4 shots, 4 hits, and a plus/minus of -1. Filip Forsberg had perhaps his roughest outing of his pre-season by being a -2 on the ice – including a turnover that lead directly to a shorthanded goal by James Wisniewski. On that wing battle, both Kevin Fiala (10:48 TOI, 0:08 PP TOI) and Taylor Beck (10:21 TOI, 0:08 PP TOI) had similar nights on paper – lone difference being that Beck recorded a hit.

Real story on the night that should be rather disappointing to Nashville was going 0/6 on the power-play. Forsberg was on the ice, specifically for the power-play unit, a grand total of 6:31 of ice time. For all that he only managed 2 shots on goal and wound up making a mistake that lead to a shorty. Paul Gaustad had 5 shots on goal with Derek Roy and Olli Jokinen having 4 shots on target. Nothing went through. Suppose some proper credit can be given to Curtis McElhinney. He did stop all 36 shots for the shutout after all.

These same two teams will lock up in Columbus on Saturday night. By then, the Milwaukee Admirals pre-season will have already started. The NHL regular season for the Predators starts up on Thursday October 9th.

Does this game hurt the chances of guys such as Taylor Beck, Filip Forsberg, or Kevin Fiala from making the Predators roster out of the pre-season? What’s going to happen to Beck? Is Fiala better suited to return to Europe this season or should he slot into the AHL mix here in North America?

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Predators Sweep Saturday Set; Roster Cuts Aplenty


The Nashville Predators are undefeated in their first three pre-season games. Jack Adams Award for Peter Laviolette! (Photo Credit: Jim Diamond // Rinkside Report)

There were two pre-season games between the Nashville Predators and the Florida Panthers on Saturday. Both featured different rosters. Both featured Predators victories.

In the first contest held on Saturday – the Predators and Panthers pushed all the way into a shootout that finished 2-1 favoring Nashville. Craig Smith scored off of a rebounder early in the first period. And it wasn’t until midway through the third frame before the Panthers equalized off of a goal from a name we’ve all heard around these parts in Milwaukee, ex-IceHog Brandon Pirri.

The real story of the opening fixture on Saturday’s slate was Carter Hutton. He played the entire game, stopped 23/24 shots on goal, and denied the Panthers on all of their chances in the shootout. He’s played well so far in the pre-season for Nashville. It may have been nice to see Rob Madore get off the bench in that contest but, just as well, it’s real encouraging to see Hutton continues to mature as the back-up to Pekka Rinne.

Did I mention some Finnish goaltender just now? Of course I did. And game two had Rinne logging the full game just as Hutton did before him. The Predators won the second half of their pre-season double-header against the Panthers by a much more comfy 4-1. Rinne stopped 22/23 shots he faced.

Meanwhile, it was Pontus Aberg getting in the Nashville spotlight – twice as a matter of fact. Aberg recorded two goals in the second contest and was joined by Kevin Fiala and Austin Watson on the scoresheet for the Predators.

Nashville Predators Reduce Roster to 28 Players

As you might expect, two games played in one day, the roster was held to a maximum to get through the day. Shortly following the completion of the second game the team announced a large amount of roster cuts.

Press Release via Nashville Predators:

Nashville, Tenn. (September 27, 2014) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has assigned forwards Pontus Aberg, Viktor Arvidsson, Zach Budish, Patrick Cehlin, Felix Girard, Brendan Leipsic, Miikka Salomaki, Josh Shalla, Colton Sissons, Mark Van Guilder and Austin Watson; defensemen Taylor Aronson, Anthony Bitetto, Jonathan-Ismael Diaby, Garrett Noonan, Jaynen Rissling, Mikko Vainonen; and goaltenders Magnus Hellberg and Marek Mazanec to the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals. The team released forwards Triston Grant, Frederick Gaudreau, Michael Liambas and Joe Pendenza; defensemen Mike Little, Jimmy Oligny and Brian Lee; and goaltender Rob Madore from tryout agreements. Nashville also assigned forward Kevin Henderson to Texas (AHL).

The majority of these players will join the Admirals for the start of their training camp at Ford Ice Center in Antioch, Tennessee, tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. They’ll also skate Tuesday (11 a.m.) and conduct an off-ice workout on Wednesday before departing for Milwaukee.

Nashville’s roster is now at 28 players – 17 forwards, nine defensemen and two goaltenders.

Forwards (17): Taylor Beck, Gabriel Bourque, Rich Clune, Matt Cullen (currently injured), Kevin Fiala, Mike Fisher (currently injured), Filip Forsberg, Paul Gaustad, Calle Jarnkrok, Olli Jokinen, James Neal, Eric Nystrom, Mike Ribeiro, Derek Roy, Craig Smith, Viktor Stalberg (currently injured) and Colin Wilson.

Defensemen (9): Johan Alm, Victor Bartley, Mattias Ekholm, Ryan Ellis, Seth Jones, Roman Josi, Joe Piskula, Anton Volchenkov and Shea Weber.

Goaltenders (2): Carter Hutton and Pekka Rinne.

When they say that they have released players such as Mike Liambas from try-out agreements – keep in mind most of those names are under contract to the Milwaukee Admirals and not the Nashville Predators. It’s not so much a matter of them being released from our hands as well. The Predators and Admirals work quite tightly together so much of the talent, AHL or NHL, were all up there getting a look. Though, just a helpful reminder per Aaron Sims, Mark Van Guilder and Joe Piskula will need to clear waivers before making it back to the Admirals. I do suspect that will happen.

The three most fascinating names still around in camp are Taylor Beck, Filip Forsberg, and Kevin Fiala. When it comes to the Beck situation, effectively in on a try-out as an un-signed restricted free agent, I feel he’s battling for an roster spot on the Nashville wing that doesn’t exist. If it did, Forsberg has taken it from him this pre-season. As for Fiala, his talent is really quite outstanding but I’m anticipating him going back to Europe for the season before getting his first full North American playing season under him.

Who wins out of the three? Forsberg. And I’m thinking his line combination this pre-season with Mike Ribeiro and James Neal, which has performed nicely, could be where he starts out on top of it. It finally positions Forsberg in an attacking and creative offensive role that he hasn’t quite been afforded the chance to play in so far at the NHL level – and would work him in with arguably the team’s best line.

Milwaukee Admirals Pre-Season Training Camp

Today also marks the first day of Milwaukee Admirals training camp. It will actually take place in Nashville until October 1st before the team shifts home to Milwaukee:

Sept. 28 – Oct. 1, Nashville

Oct. 2nd, Kern Center
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Oct. 3, Kern Center
10:00am – 11:00am Pre Game Skate
7:00pm: Exhibition Game vs. Rockford

Oct. 4
10:00am – 11:00am Pre Game Skate @ Kern Center
7:00pm: Exhibition Game @ Chicago

Oct. 5

Oct. 6, Kern Center
10:00am – 12:00pm

Oct. 7, BMO Harris Bradley Center
10:00am – 12:00pm

Oct. 8, BMO Harris Bradley Center
10:00am – 12:00pm

Oct. 9, Media Day @ BMO Harris Bradley Center
10:00am – 12:00pm

All practices held at the MSOE Kern Center are open to the public. I strongly encourage you folks to get out to the rink for some of these pre-season practices. As for those that are held at the BMO Harris Bradley Center… those are not open to the public. Plus to that though. When they are practicing on home ice it means a game is afoot without scheduling conflict to allow them to practice in house. The home opener is so very nearly upon us. So celebrate today as the last weekend without Admirals hockey in your life. The 2014-15 season is here.

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Preds Re-sign Ryan Ellis for 5 Years


Defenseman Ryan Ellis impressed in Milwaukee for 61 regular season and 11 more playoff games from 2011-2013, scoring 10 goals and 24 assists. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus // Predators.NHL.com)

After a long summer of waiting, former Milwaukee Admirals defenseman Ryan Ellis has re-signed with the Nashville Predators to the tune of 5 years and $12.5 million. The new contract starts at $1.5 million in for the upcoming campaign – growing up to $3.5 million in 2018-2019.

The 23-year-old represents one of the Predators’ most important developmental prospects. The former 11th overall pick in 2009 had a breakout season last year as he scored 6 goals and 27 points in 80 games. He also ranked second on the team in plus/minus at +9 behind Craig Smith‘s +16.

Ellis joined Milwaukee for the 2011 Calder Cup playoffs after a stellar four-year run with the Windsor Spitfires. He proceeded to accumulate 10 goals and 24 assists in 72 regular season and playoff games with Milwaukee from 2011-2013, playing part-time with the Admirals in each of his first two professional seasons, before graduating to full-time status in a Predators uniform last year.

So Roundtable . . . What do you think of Nashville’s resigning of Ryan Ellis? Is he a player worth having around for five more years? Any favorite memories of the 5’10” blue liner in Milwaukee? What does his signing mean to current Admirals defenseman moving forward?

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Forsberg Keeps Shining In Pre-Season


In the first two pre-season games for the Nashville Predators – Filip Forsberg has scored a goal. Is he going to start 2014-15 in the NHL? (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

Pekka Rinne and Marek Mazanec combined for a shutout in the Nashville Predators second pre-season game. Yet, it was Filip Forsberg putting in another sharp performance in his efforts to make the NHL roster to start the season. He scored the lone goal in the 1-0 contest Thursday night and is starting to make a legitimate case that he’s up in Nashville to stay.

Forsberg has now scored a point in every pre-season competition he has taken part in: the rookie tournament and two of two in the NHL’s pre-season. He played on a line with James Neal that was centered by Mike Ribeiro. Compared to the first pre-season game, where he unleashed nine shots on goal, Forsberg only had two last night but was the difference on the scoresheet.

Rinne made his first start of the pre-season and stopped all twelve shots he faced before a goaltending switch in the second period. Mazanec, who had a tough third period in the opening pre-season fixture, rebounded with a ten-for-ten effort to seal the shutout in Nashville.

The Predators next pre-season games are tomorrow and it includes two games against the Florida Panthers. That should mean a stretching of the roster for each of the two games and plenty more talent we should see in Milwaukee this season should get pre-season hockey in the NHL.

Notes-worthy Notes: Taylor Beck registered 15:17 of ice time and had two shots and a giveaway… he might be seeing that wing role that didn’t exist in the first place being claimed by Forsberg. Joe Piskula made his triumphant return to Nashville after his two game NHL stint last season… he was out on the ice for 17:08 and was on the ice when Forsberg scored. Austin Watson recorded the least amount of ice time, 9:42, of anyone in last night’s game… he registered two shots.

Have we seen the last of Filip Forsberg in Milwaukee? Is Forsberg earning himself an NHL roster spot? If so, what does that mean in terms of the “glass ceiling” to make it from the AHL to the NHL this year in Milwaukee… Can anyone break through it without some sort of injury on the Predators roster? Does Forsberg’s perfomances mean “sayōnara” for Taylor Beck in the Predators organization?

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Nashville Drops Pre-Season Opener in Tampa Bay


Marek Mazanec allowed three third period goals as the Nashville Predators dropped their pre-season opener against the Tampa Bay Lightning. (Photo Credit: Frederick Breedon)

The Nashville Predators pre-season festivities started last night with a road game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. In Peter Laviolette’s first outing behind Nashville’s bench he saw his team cough up a 2-1 lead by conceding three third period goals. Who was the man in net for the third period you ask? Marek Mazanec.

Filip Forsberg scored the game’s opening goal in the second period. He’s coming off of a rookie tournament in which he scored two goals and a point in each game in the tournament. It’s worth adding he had a whopping nine shots on goal. Nine. After a goal by the Lightning’s Nikita KucherovCraig Smith tallied for the Predators to restore their advantage ahead of the third period.

Tampa Bay took the pre-season opener during a seven minute stretch midway through the third period. Jonathan MarchessaultMark Barberio, and Marchessault (all over again) put pucks behind Mazanec to make it a 4-2 final. Mazanec stopped 12/15 shots on goal while the man who started the night, Carter Hutton, went 19/20 in saves.

Notes-worthy Notes: Austin Watson was slotted on the wing and played a forward low for time on ice with 8:17. Jonathan-Ismael Diaby registered the least amount of ice time with 6:35 -but- he did drop the gloves with Luke Witkowski. Taylor Beck, who remains unsigned, played the most ice time of any forward, 21:28, and played more time on the power-play than anyone on the Predators… he also contributed four shots on goal and was a +1 on the night.

The next pre-season game for the Predators is on Thursday night in Nashville against these very same Lightning. After that, they get three more home pre-season games before a stop in Columbus and the season opener on Thursday October 9th.

Thoughts from Nashville’s pre-season opener? Will Taylor Beck get a new contract worked out prior to either the NHL or AHL season? Does Beck deserve a one-way contract or should he end up back here in Milwaukee as the Predators go-to call-up?

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Admirals Roundtable 101


SOON. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

Ladies and Gents. The 2014-15 Milwaukee Admirals season is almost here. Fantastic isn’t it? To get you all prepped for this year on Roundtable I would like to give you all the run down of the what and where.

First let’s get the who out of the way. My name is Daniel Lavender and I am the editor-in-chief of Admirals Roundtable. This will be my second season at the helm. If you liked what you got out of our end last year, great news! I fully expect to attend all home games, provide game recaps throughout the entirety of this season, audio from all my practice session or post-game interviews conducted with coaches and players, feature stories, and updates from around the sport of hockey as they occur.

Also contributing to the Roundtable will be Jason Karnosky from time to time. Expect him to provide his news and insight – as well as NHL Trade Deadline Day coverage. To boot, he will again be writing stories that you can read on the main site of the Milwaukee Admirals this season. Keep your eyes peeled when those stories drop.

As always, a roundtable isn’t much of a roundtable without joining in on the discussion. That’s why there are a variety of ways to get into the banter: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and right below each and every story on our website in the comments section.

Additionally, you will often find me in the media section at all home games. I also walk the ice after a game and like to chat with you fans by the Admirals player tunnel prior to the start of the head coach’s post-game presser. I’m always happy to hear from you folks in person. Never be shy. Stop on by, say hello, and let’s talk hockey! …it’s kind of my thing.

Our website will really start to get revved up as the Nashville Predators pre-season starts up tomorrow night. As those games rattle off I expect players will start shuffling over to Milwaukee ahead of our own pre-season. The fun is right around the corner. Let’s drop the puck already.

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Kevin Henderson to Rejoin the Texas Stars


Kevin Henderson joined the Milwaukee Admirals in the 2011-12 season. He now looks set to leave the team for the Texas Stars for a second consecutive year. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

According to Sean Shapiro of Wrong Side of the Redline 27-year old winger Kevin Henderson is set to rejoin the Texas Stars for the 2014-15 season. He joined the Stars in March of last season on a loan deal that also saw Francis Wathier exchanged on a similar basis here in Milwaukee.

Shapiro cites an email conversation held with the manager of communications for the Nashville Predators Kevin Wilson:

“The intention is to again assign Kevin Henderson to Texas in time for their training camp,” Wilson wrote in a e-mail after an inquiry about the forward’s status. The move is dependent on Henderson clearing waivers.

To say the least, Henderson’s effort and contribution last season in Milwaukee was inconsistent. He produced 14 points (7 goals, 7 assists) in 50 games and had a plus/minus rating of -3. Compare that to the year prior, the 2012-13 season, which stands as his best professional season to date: 29 points (17 goals, 12 assists) in 67 games with a +13 rating. He also earned his first career NHL call up and scored a goal in the process.

What went wrong for Henderson after that great outing of 2012-13? If you look into that offseason you’ll have seen the Predators organization sign players such as Matt Cullen, Matt Hendricks, and Viktor Stalberg.

All such players featured that similar style of play that Henderson is known for: gritty, strong on the wall, defensive, and an ability to jump out of defense to offer some extra skill in attack. That glass ceiling that Henderson managed to breakthrough the year previous to those signings being made was thickened. Rather than blitz through the ceiling against all odds, as he did the year prior, he appeared to retreat into a shell. He took 7 games to record his first point as an Admiral in 2013-14 and another 4 games before his first goal.

Once he left the Admirals locker room and joined the top team of the AHL last season, the Texas Stars, he amassed 9 points (5 goals, 4 assists) in 15 games with a +2 rating. His playoff performance in Texas also saw more consistent results as he picked up 6 points (1 goal, 5 assists) from 21 games en route to the Stars Calder Cup triumph.

It was only ever going to be awkward if Henderson rejoined the Admirals this season considering the circumstances in which he left the team last year. He fell out of favor in making the starting lineup. And he wasn’t producing when given the chance. When he joined the Stars it seemed to steer him back towards form but it still wasn’t close to what he was in the 2012-13 season.

Was it worth bringing Kevin Henderson back into the fold with the amount of youngsters set to join Milwaukee this season? Where did this story all go wrong after he made his first-career NHL appearances in Nashville?

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Pekka Rinne’s 2014-15 Mask Unveiled


Pekka Rinne’s 2013-14 Nashville Predators mask made its debut here in Milwaukee last season. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

The genius of David Gunnarsson of DaveART is at it yet again for Pekka Rinne. The ace air-brush painter, and man behind many of the goaltending masks you see in the NHL and around the world, unveiled Rinne’s brand new mask that will be used during the 2014-15 season.


(Photo Credit: David Gunnarsson)

The theme here is rather self explanatory for those who have watched the film Gladiator. It is named Maximus after all. It also stays true to previous incarnations of Rinne’s masks in which a faux-mask is used to cover a beastly looking figure behind the lid.

I’m not certain if Magnus Hellberg or Marek Mazanec will be going back to the well this season in the mask department. Both have DaveART masks for the Admirals and Predators already as it is: Hellberg Ads, Preds // Mazanec Ads, Preds.

Thoughts on Pekka Rinne’s new mask? Would you like to see new lids for Hellberg and Mazanec? If you were to customize a goaltending mask what designs would you have on it?

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Summer Ramblings, Vol. 17


Don’t worry, Mark. We’re getting there! It is almost time to drop the puck. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

Firstly, this out to be the final “Summer Ramblings” of the offseason. When the weather is dipping below 50 degrees like it did here in Wisconsin over the weekend – it is just hard to use a term like summer. Besides, great news! The hockey season is on its way.

The rookie tournament that is currently taking place in Nashville has a day of practices today. The games resume tomorrow with the Predators getting a look at the Boston Bruins prospects squad. Preds won their first game against the Tampa Bay Lightning in overtime and lost in regulation to the Florida Panthers. The Bruins lost 2-0 against the Panthers and followed that up with a 3-2 defeat to the Lightning in OT.

Once the rookie tournament caps off the pre-season for Nashville begins one week from this Tuesday:

Tuesday, Sep 23 @ Tampa Bay: 6:30pm CST
Thursday, Sep 25 vs. Tampa Bay: 7:00pm CST
Saturday, Sep 27 vs. Florida: 3:00pm CST
Saturday, Sep 27 vs. Florida: 7:00pm CST
Monday, Sep 29 vs. Columbus: 7:00pm CST
Saturday, Oct. 4 @ Columbus: 6:00pm CST

The next question you probably have is: when will the first Milwaukee Admirals practice take place? From what I’ve heard it should be taking place on October 2nd – just prior to the pre-season finale for the Predators but a week and a day before the AHL season opener.

Hockey’s Future Top 20 Predators Prospects

It’s been awhile for me to digest this one. And the more I look at the list the more I argue who should go where. According to Hockey’s Future the Top 20 list for the Preds prospects comes out as such:

1. Filip Forsberg (LW)
2. Kevin Fiala (LW)
3. Vladislav Kamenev (LW)
4. Calle Jarnkrok (C)
5. Juuse Saros (G)
6. Colton Sissons (C)
7. Pontus Aberg (LW)
8. Jack Dougherty (D)
9. Brendan Leipsic (LW)
10. Jimmy Vesey (LW)
11. Magnus Hellberg (G)
12. Viktor Arvidsson (LW)
13. Justin Kirkland (LW)
14. Jonathan-Ismael Diaby (D)
15. Austin Watson (C)
16. Miikka Salomaki (LW)
17. Taylor Beck (LW)
18. Patrick Cehlin (RW)
19. Marek Mazanec (G)
20. Johan Alm (D)

Quite the list right? About fourteen of that twenty could be in Milwaukee this season. The positive comment out of the way. I don’t agree with Hockey’s Future here. (1) I’d have Fiala at the top. (2) Jarnkrok has a brighter future than Forsberg or Kamenev in my book. (3) On what planet is Salomaki projected less, at this point, than Watson? (4) It’s fascinating to me how the goaltenders have been placed. Both Hellberg and Mazanec had whirlwind seasons last year while Saros had one of his own in Europe. Should Saros really rated that high, though? (5) Five of the twenty named are 2014 NHL Draft selections by Nashville. So that went really well.

Bickering, etc etc. It’s a list. Speaking of which, Forsberg comes in as their eighteenth prospect per the 2013-14 post-season rankings. I have to assume a new one is on the way.

Do you agree with the rankings given from Hockey’s Future? Who is in your top five prospects in the system? Me: (1) Fiala, (2) Forsberg, (3) Jarnkrok, (4) Sissons, (5) Salomaki.

The Predliner

Tonight I’ll be taking part in a webcast with the Predlines crew. This should be taking place just about every week from this point forth. I’ll be sure to get the Milwaukee Admirals chatter going on that and throw the finished YouTube product up on our assorted social media: Facebook and Twitter. With the rookie tournament being fresh in most minds in the first edition of that. It should be a good watch and listen.

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