We’re already nearly to August as the Nashville Predators continue through their busy offseason. They’re getting primed for another Stanley Cup run.
An offseason can make or break a franchise. Teams like the Nashville Predators who are on the cusp of winning a Stanley Cup can see all of that crushed if the offseason is full of mishaps. The Predators exited the 2019 playoffs with a shocking defeat at the hands of the Dallas Stars in the first round. It forced some people even into questions of the dreaded word of rebuild.
After an overall productive offseason, the Predators are right back into the league’s hierarchy of contenders. They didn’t regress back any further with questionable decisions from the front office. They have suffered some losses of personnel, as most teams do. However, they’ve added some major upgrades that many can argue makes them a deeper and more balanced roster.
There are other offseason agenda items that still need to be taken care of. After this hectic offseason, let’s dive back into everything that’s happened up until now. The regular season is just a little over two months away when the Predators open up at home against Minnesota.