Nashville Predators: Once they were Predators, but where are they now?

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Retired Players

David Legwand

David Legwand was the first player ever drafted by the Nashville Predators, as he was selected in 2nd overall in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. Legwand, to this day, holds many records for the Predators. Legwand played for the Predators for 15 seasons before he was traded to the Detroit Red Wings. He retired this past season as a Buffalo Sabre. Legwand will always go down a legend in Predators history.

Steve Sullivan

Steve Sullivan had a long career in the National Hockey League. He played 20 seasons and played for six different teams while in the NHL. Sullivan played for the Nashville Predators for six seasons, his longest tenure with a team throughout his career. Although he wasn’t a Predator as long as other guys, he was a great right-winger. Sullivan was famous for scoring a hat trick in his 1st game as a Predator.

Mike Fisher

We all wish Mike Fisher could’ve stayed to play another season or two in Nashville, but it’s hard to fault him after his amazing career in the National Hockey League. Fisher played a majority of his career in Ottawa as a part of the Ottawa Senators. He was traded to the Nashville Predators in the 2011 season. He spent the rest of his career as a Predator. One of the best memories of Mike Fisher is this goal in triple overtime during Game 4 of the Western Conference Semi-finals.

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