It figures to be an offseason full of storylines for the Nashville Predators as they’re coming off another disappointing early playoff exit.
Since their Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2017, the Nashville Predators have lost in the first round twice , and in the second round once in 2018 after winning the President’s Trophy.
The common notion on this team is that it keeps going in reverse and something drastically needs to change to reverse that course. That’s what this offseason is really all about. Keeping this perennial playoff team from turning into an average at-best fringe wildcard team stuck in oblivion.
I’ve got a few top priorities on my list for the Predators front office and coaches to address so that we can get these issues fixed in time for the start of 2021-22.