January 13, 1986 | E.M. Swift
A playoff patsy so far, Washington has become a better balanced club
October 12, 1998 | Johnette Howard
David Poile, Nashville's G.M., knew free agency and the expansion draft would bring his first-year Predators grizzled veterans, peach-fuzzed prospects and crooked-nosed grinders. But Poile wanted desperately to move...
October 08, 2001 | Daniel G. Habib
David Poile had always run the Predators on a shoestring budget. In the franchise's first two seasons Nashville's payroll was the NHL's smallest, and last year's $19.6 million tab, though large by club standards, was...
October 04, 1999 | Luis Fernando Llosa
What would you do if you were the general manager of a talent-starved, small-market franchise that scored a paltry 190 goals in its inaugural season? Predators general manager David Poile sent his best scrapper, left...
March 19, 1984 | Jack Falla
The defense never rests in Washington, home of the hottest team in the NHL