It has been five days since NHL free agency opened up, and so far for the Nashville Predators, things have been kind of underwhelming.
General Manager David Poile came out in May and all but guaranteed that he would be going after someone to aid the second line, but up to this point nothing has happened in that regard.
The Predators could still make a trade or signing of some sort, as there are still some intriguing options out there, but most of the big names are taken. The fact that nothing has happened to address that hole on the roster for a team that said they would is puzzling, especially considering them adding a goaltender in Kevin Lankinen.
That being said, the Nashville Predators have still been busy. While most of the moves have been minor, they have made their fair share of them, and two of them in particular make the lack of activity during free agency even more odd.
Here are my grades for every major offseason move the Nashville Predators have made this summer.