Nashville Predators: Channel your inner Monty Hall! Let’s make a deal!

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Door number 3

His team is struggling, but he is not. With the team investing $10 million dollars a year on a young stud, there will be no room for this fighter. His $6 million contract expires this year.

At just 26-years-old, he is second on his current team in points. If he were on the Nashville Predators now, he would be the team leader in points and goals. But he is more than a scorer. His 6-feet 2-inch, 212 lbs body can leave a hurting on opponents. Already he boasts 90 hits on the season. That is third on his current team, and would be third on the Predators.

Open door number 3!

Evander Kane!

Could you imagine Kane playing on a line with Nick Bonino and Calle Jarnkrok? Or with Kyle Turris and Craig Smith? Or with just anyone?

The thought of Kane on the Predators is intriguing. He shoots at a high rate, creates high danger chances and rebounds, and plays special teams well. The Predators could use him on their third line.