How the Nashville Predators Have Trended over Past Five Years

Filip Forsberg #9 and Dante Fabbro #57 of the Nashville Predators celebrate with teammate Roman Josi #59 on Josi's goal against SC Bern during the 2022 NHL Global Sereies Challenge Switzerland at PostFinance Arena on October 3, 2022 in Bern, Switzerland. (Photo by Jari Pestelacci/Eurasia Sport Images/Getty Images)
Filip Forsberg #9 and Dante Fabbro #57 of the Nashville Predators celebrate with teammate Roman Josi #59 on Josi's goal against SC Bern during the 2022 NHL Global Sereies Challenge Switzerland at PostFinance Arena on October 3, 2022 in Bern, Switzerland. (Photo by Jari Pestelacci/Eurasia Sport Images/Getty Images) /
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Looking Forward for the Nashville Predators into 2024 and Beyond

This season there will be even more new faces in the lineup for the Nashville Predators, a new bench boss, and a new General Manager.

As a fan of the Nashville Predators, I am hoping they can build off the momentum they had from the younger talent last season, sprinkle in the healthy veteran skillset, and make a push for the playoffs this season.

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Every NHL Season there is one team that comes out and shocks the world, I think this team could be the one that does it for the 2023-24 NHL Season.

Preseason predictions are all over the board on the Nashville Predators. Some think they can finish in the top-three, others think this team is a year or two away from really being a playoff threat again. Time will tell.

Let’s put the seasons of the past behind us and show the hockey world what Smashville is all about. Here’s to a fresh, new beginning with Head Coach Andrew Brunette.