NHL Boasts of Trans, ‘Non-Binary’ Hockey Tournament

On Tuesday, the National Hockey League (NHL) boasted on Twitter about its first-ever “Team Trans Draft Announcement” tournament over the weekend, pushing back on criticism that such a league would present clear disadvantages to certain players.

Fox News reports that the tournament, which took place in Middleton, Wisconsin, consisted entirely of so-called “transgender” and “non-binary” players; the league claims that up to 80 players were part of the tournament. The tweet included the hashtags #HockeyIsForEveryone and #NHLPride.

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Nashville Predator Crony Capitalist Backs Bredesen As Payback For Democrats’ Help

Phil Bredesen hopes Tennessee voters forget about his ties to liberal national Democrats as he runs for the U.S. Senate, POLITICO reported. Meanwhile, Nashville Predators Chairman Tom Cigarran, a Republican in name only, is backing the former governor as thanks for his help. Phil Bredesen is trying to tell Tennesseans…

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NHL Allows Predators to Break Rules, Politicize League, with Endorsement of Far Left Democrat Briley

David Briley, the NHL, and Gnash, the Predators mascot

Officials at the National Hockey League are maintaining a zone of silence for the third straight day when it comes to responding to The Tennessee Star’s questions about whether the Nashville Predators’ endorsement of far left David Briley in tomorrow’s special mayoral election in Nashville/Davidson County violates league rules. The…

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NHL Won’t Say Whether Nashville Predators’ Endorsement of Briley for Mayor Violates League Rules

David Briley

The National Hockey League has failed to respond to multiple questions posed by The Tennessee Star Monday morning concerning whether or not the Nashville Predators’ endorsement of Acting Mayor David Briley in Thursday’s special mayoral election in Nashville/Davidson County violates league bylaws. An employee of the NHL acknowledged receipt of…

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Nashville Predators Lose Again: Endorse David Briley for Mayor

Nashville Predators and Acting Mayor David Briley

In a real head-scratcher, the Nashville Predators, long time beneficiaries of millions of dollars in subsidies provided by taxpayers in the state of Tennessee and the Metro Government of Nashville/Davidson County, endorsed Acting Mayor David Briley in the May 24 special election for mayor on Wednesday. The Predators’ organizational decision…

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Daniel Sedin Reaches Milestone in Canucks’ Win Over Preds, 5-3

Daniel Sedin recorded his 1,000th career point Thursday with a game-tying, power-play goal, and rookie Brock Boeser tacked on the game-winning marker less than four minutes later as the Vancouver Canucks rallied to topple the Nashville Predators 5-3 in Bridgestone Arena. Sedin, whose assist on Loui Eriksson’s second-period goal was…

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Predators Goaltender Shifts: Recall Anders Lindback, Demote Juuse Saros

The Nashville Predators recalled Anders Lindback from Milwaukee and assigned fellow goaltender Juuse Saros to the American Hockey League affiliate, the team announced Thursday. Lindback has an AHL-leading eight wins to go along with a 2.46 goals-against average and .918 save percentage in 11 games this season for the Admirals.…

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Carrie Underwood Led Nashville’s Fans as Her Hubby’s Predators Played for the Stanley Cup

Carrie Underwood Nashville caught hockey fever in 2017 as the city’s NHL team, the Nashville Predators, made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. As the wife of the team’s captain, Mike Fisher, Carrie Underwood was there every step of the way. She even stepped onto the ice…

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Nashville Predators to Face Pittsburgh Penguins in Stanley Cup Finals

PITTSBURGH — Chris Kunitz scored his second goal of the game at 5:09 of the second overtime in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final Thursday night to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins past the Ottawa Senators 3-2 and into the Stanley Cup Final. The Penguins, in the Cup final for…

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Nashville Predators Await Outcome of Game 7 to Know Stanley Cup Finals Opponent After Senators Tie Series With Penguins

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators staved off elimination and set the stage for a dramatic finish in the Eastern Conference Final with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Canadian Tire Centre on Tuesday night. The series is now tied 3-3 with Game 7 — and a chance…

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