Nashville Predators: Ranking the Prospects Who are Next in Line for NHL

Milwaukee Admirals goaltender Connor Ingram at practice Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at the Kern Center.Admirals17
Milwaukee Admirals goaltender Connor Ingram at practice Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at the Kern Center.Admirals17 /
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It’s no secret that the Nashville Predators have seen a steady rise in their prospect pool over the last few seasons, and some of those past prospects are now making a difference on the NHL level.

The Predators’ current roster situation doesn’t shape up to need more call-ups this season, with the exception of any unforeseen rash of injuries occuring. The team is geling with a nice blend of youth and veterans as the Predators sit in second place in the Western Conference coming out of the All Star break.

Looking ahead, the Predators have plenty more intriguing and talented prospects who have high probabilities of eventually being NHL starters. But which ones are the closest to making that jump if by next season?

It’s never too soon to start planning ahead, so let’s see which prospects are next in line to claim an NHL starting role for the Nashville Predators in the coming seasons.