With the 2014 Nashville Predators Development Camp now over, the coaching staff and fans have a lot to look back on. Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

Predlines Headlines: A Look Back at the Future

After the conclusion of the 2014 Nashville Predators Development Camp, the club’s coaching staff and fans have a lot to reflect on.

From forward Kevin Fiala making his first appearance with Nashville, dazzling shootout goals and winger Filip Forsberg dominating Saturday’s scrimmage game, there’s plenty to discuss and look back on.

Thirty-two prospects took part in the camp this past week and a few of them will challenge for roster spots in the fall. Next up is training camp in September, where the 2014-2015 edition of the Predators will start to officially take shape.

Here are your Predlines Headlines: 

Making the team:

Kevin Fiala says his goal is playing in the NHL now (Predlines)

Jonathan-Ismael Diaby is ready to make his presence known on the blue line (Penalty Box Radio)

Can Colton Sissons slide into a full-time center role this season? (Predlines)

Video: 

Tuesday morning cardio drill (Predlines)

Get to know the Predators prospects (Penalty Box Radio)

Head coach Peter Laviolette at development camp (Penalty Box Radio)

Slick shootout moves by some Nashville prospects (Nashville Predators)

Goal song change:

The Predators also tried out a new ending to their goal song/celebration–replacing Gary Glitter’s Rock and Roll Part 2 with Gold on the Ceiling by the Black Keys. Justin Bradford and Penalty Box Radio have the clip, you can watch it here.

What do you think about the potential change? Cast your vote below:

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Thomas Willis is the Manager/Editor of Predlines.com and can be reached at [email protected]. For the latest updates in Predator news, follow @PredlinesNSH

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