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Nash Daily: Hughes’ Montreal Makeover, Patrick Kane to Detroit?

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The 2023-24 hockey season is quickly approaching with Nashville Predators players starting to find their ways to town for training camp. Plenty of questions still need answering before the regular season as Barry Trotz and Andrew Brunette begin their first seasons as general manager and head coach, respectively. 

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Predators fans appear to be somewhat more optimistic, cautiously of course, as Trotz officially takes on his new role. A recent poll by The Athletic had Predators fans rank their confidence in the team’s front office.

The poll resulted in Nashville ranking 23rd in the NHL — up two spots from a year ago, but still among the bottom third of the league, which symbolizes that Trotz and company still have a long way to go to earn back the trust and respect of the fanbase.

With Trotz a little over two months into his tenure as GM, Nashville Hockey Now has been looking back at David Poile’s run with the team. Our latest reflected on his legacy of free agent signings.

Around the NHL and National Hockey Now

Chicago Hockey Now: Rumors are beginning to take shape as Patrick Kane searches for a new home. Some speculation is causing consternation in Chicago, especially if Kane chooses to sign with rival Detroit.

Colorado Hockey Now: The NHL season is quickly approaching and Colorado Hockey Now is wrapping up some of the key news occurring out of The Mile High City.

Montreal Hockey Now: Despite making moves already this summer, Montreal’s general manger Kent Hughes still faces roster and contract hurdles.

Philly Hockey Now: As Keith Jones prepares for his first season at the helm of the Flyers’ front office, he’s remaining confident and composed as the season approach and the Flyers prepare for a new era.

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