Predators coach critical after loss to Kings, expecting changes

Comments from Nashville coach Barry Trotz following the Predators 5-1 loss to the Kings on Monday night…
- On going 0-3-0 on the road trip: “It’s sort of been a trip from hell, this trip. We’ve given up two power play goals every game. We haven’t been able to generate enough offensively, and from that standpoint. [...]

Trotz on Shea Weber – ‘I don’t give a crap if he gets a point’

Following his team’s 3-0 win over the Kings on Thursday night, Predators coach Barry Trotz got a little heated at his presser.  the real fun starts at about the seven minute mark when he takes exception to a reporter saying defenseman Shea Weber isn’t playing well. Nashville’s former Norris Trophy finalist hasn’t scored a goal this season [...]

Quotes from the Nashville Predators locker room – 11/8/2011

Following Nashville’s 4-3 loss to Los Angeles tonight, here are a few quotes from their head coach Barry Trotz, forward Craig Smith and Patric Hornqvist…
COACH BARRY TROTZ:
On overall game – “We weren’t disciplined enough, we took some bad penalties. We battled back, but it wasn’t good enough…I give us some credit, we stayed in [...]

Kings Game Preview w/ Nashville Captain Shea Weber

Here in Los Angeles, Kings fans know all about the awesome Can-Am duo of Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson. Yet, over in Nashville, they have their own dynamic pair of young blueliners in Shea Weber and Ryan Suter.
Back in the February the four were part of one of the best hockey games you’ll ever see, [...]

Season Preview w/ NHL Insider Kevin Allen

It’s safe to say that Kevin Allen knows a thing or two about hockey. He’s been covering the sport since the early 80′s – including nearly 25 years for USA Today – and is a featured guest each week on NHL Home Ice (radio and television), as one of their NHL Insiders.
Today, he brings his [...]

MayorsManor 2010 NHL Playoff Preview with Bob Miller

Legions of Kings fans aren’t the only ones who have waited eight long years for the team’s return to the playoffs.  The man who has most likely seen more Kings games live than anybody else has had his patience tested too.
Bob Miller‘s been the voice of the Kings for over 35 years, has been inducted into the Hockey Hall of [...]