Mueller Hopes Third Time the Charm

For the third time this season Admirals forward Chris Mueller has been recalled to Nashville. Mueller joins the Predators just in time for the start of a four-game homestand where Nashville will be hosting Vancouver, St. Louis, San Jose and Los Angeles.

In his two prior promotions this season Mueller skated in four games with Nashville, failing to record a point while registering a plus/minus rating of -1. Last season Mueller played in 15 games for the Predators, recording three assists. The Buffalo, New York native is still looking for that elusive first NHL goal.

Mueller’s promotion gives ample time for the Admirals to prepare for life without their leading scorer, with the team’s next game not coming until Friday night when Milwaukee will play host to Abbotsford.

So Roundtable . . . What do you think of Chris Mueller’s latest promotion? Is this the one that sticks, or will he back for the weekend?

9 thoughts on “Mueller Hopes Third Time the Charm”

  1. I assume he’s being called up because Fisher had/has the flu, and Hornqvist and McGratton are on IR. Based on that I would assume he’ll be back once one or two of those guys are back.

  2. Yep, and Trotz called Mueller’s call-up “insurance” because of the flu bug going around the locker room. So the stay should be short and sweet. Which sucks for Mueller but is good for Milwaukee.

  3. I thInk he’ll be back asap. I don’t see anyone that will go up and stay… The lineup looks set for the remainder of the season.

  4. And Josh Cooper tweeted that Mueller was packing his bags and saying goodbye to everyone. He’s most likely heading back.

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