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February 18, 2002 | Pierre McGuire
During the Olympic break the NHL's referees and linesmen—other than Dennis LaRue, Bill McCreary and Stephen Walkom, who will be working at the Salt Lake City Games—will attend training sessions run by Andy Van...
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 16, 2000 | Tim Crothers
Nouveau Country music fan Mike Dunham acknowledges that much of his first two seasons as the goalie of expansion Nashville would make sufficiently melancholy fodder for a Hank Williams song. Lyrics to The Ballad of...
May 15, 2000 | E.M. Swift
The high cost of attending games is fattening owners' wallets while it drives average fans from arenas, and it may be cooling America's passion for pro sports
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...