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With Nashville's season over, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling reflect on what went wrong, what went right and what next season's team might look like. In July the Seattle Kraken get to choose one player from every NHL team in the expansion draft. Teams are all…

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During last week's episode co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling wondered if the home-ice advantage — and the notoriously loud Bridgestone crowd — would give the Preds the spark they needed to defeat the Canes in Games 3 and 4. The answer was heard loud and clear: Y…

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On this week's episode, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling recap the team's first two games against the Carolina Hurricanes. What went wrong? Was the lack of producing on the power play the only issue on the ice? 

What's there to talk about this week other than Pekka Rinne's possible retirement? This week cohosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling reminisce on what the goalie has brought to not just the franchise but also the city of Nashville throughout his career with the Predato…

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Wow, OK, so the Preds are really doing this. It's entirely possible that they're going to make the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This week, IAYF cohosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling take a look at what needs to happen in the remaining games for the Preds to clinch that…

In February, when the Nashville Predators had one of the worst power plays in the league, you would've been hard-pressed to find a fan who truly believed the team could make the playoffs. Oh, what a difference a couple of months — and an Eeli Tolvanen — makes!

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Things get a little heated this week as co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Megan Seling and special guest J.R. Lind discuss whether or not David Poile should've made a big move before the trade deadline. Sure, the team has been winning lately, but the start of a season was a much different story! D…

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It's a very special edition of It's All Your Fault this week as Justin Bradford of Penalty Box Radio joins co-hosts Michael Gallagher and Geert De Lombaerde to talk about all things Preds. Not only is Bradford the editor-in-chief at Penalty Box, but he's also the Commissioner of SECHC Hockey…

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The youth movement, the youth movement, the youth movement. For months, IAYF co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling have been begging the Preds coaching staff to trust the youth movement. And now that they finally are, look at what's happening! A six-game winning str…

Well, well, well, look what we have here. A winning hockey team! The Nashville Predators have won four of their past five games. Some of the younger guys who've had to step up to fill in for injured players are starting to gel, and spirits appear to be high as the teammates joke with one ano…

Earlier this week Michael Gallagher asked, sincerely, "What keeps you watching Preds games?" The answers were interesting. Some folks said they were ride-or-die fans, in it until the bitter end. Others said they tuned in to see what the younger talent can do. This week, Gallagher and his IAY…

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For weeks, months even, IAYF co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling have been begging the Nashville Predators to put Eeli Tolvanen on the ice and pair him with top-line players like Filip Forsberg. Well, Coach Hynes finally heard them, and look what happened: Tolvane…

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During the last episode of It's All Your Fault, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling discussed whether or not it was time for the Nashville Predators to rebuild. Fire the coach! Fire the GM! Fire every player! Start over! 

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Welcome to a very special edition of It's All Your Fault, where hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling literally scream into the mics for 60 minutes. 

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There have been a lot of changes within the Nashville Predators franchise over the past year — there's a new head coach, a handful of promising new forwards and a new starting goalie, for instance — but nine games into the new season and it looks like the team is still haunted by old problems. 

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Well, that didn’t last long. When this episode was recorded Thursday morning, the Nashville Predators were (SOMEHOW?!) sitting at the top of the Central Division. Despite that 0-7 loss to Dallas. Now, on Friday, they’re currently tied for second. Still, an impressive feat for a team with one…

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Well, it didn’t take long for COVID-19 to further impact Nashville’s 2020-21 hockey season. Tuesday night’s game — the second in a back-to-back with the Carolina Hurricanes - was postponed out of “an abundance of caution” after multiple Hurricanes players were moved to the COVID-19 protocol list.

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Get ready, hockey fans, because the first Nashville Predators game of what will surely be a very strange season is just hours away — the Preds face the Blue Jackets on Thursday at 7 p.m. So on this week's episode of It's All Your Fault, Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling …

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In the past week or so, the Nashville Predators have traded away Craig Smith, Austin Watson, Nick Bonino, Kyle Turris and Colin Blackwell, moves that left many Preds fans wondering what kinds of tricks GM David Poile had hidden up his sleeve. 

When Kevin Fiala was drafted by Nashville in 2014, he was just 17 years old and considered one of the top European prospects. But, while he did have a few impressive streaks, once he got on the ice with the Preds for the 2016-17 season, he struggled to fully live up to expectations. He was t…

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When Kevin Fiala was drafted by Nashville in 2014, he was just 17 years old and considered one of the top European prospects. But, while he did have a few impressive streaks, once he got on the ice with the Preds for the 2016-17 season, he struggled to fully live up to expectations. He was t…

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The trade deadline came and went and, well, not a whole lot happened, actually! For weeks Preds fans and media folks alike have been speculating about the possible plans David Poile had in mind to deepen the Preds’ defense and … the answer is none. In fact, hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De …

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Nooooo! It was going so well! The Preds won three games in a row for the first time since October — a run that included a home-and-home against reigning Stanley Cup champions the St. Louis Blues — and then on Tuesday night against the Carolina Hurricanes, the team bumbled their way through 6…

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The Preds still have a shot at making the playoffs, but, as made painfully obvious in their past two games, inconsistencies continue to plague the team. This week hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling debate the pros and cons of squeezing into a wild card slot.

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Thanks to the All-Star break, the Nashville Predators won't play another hockey game until Monday, Jan. 27, giving new coach John Hynes plenty of time to review tapes, study the analytics and (hopefully) get the Preds' game back on track. 

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Things are starting to look up(ish) for the Preds: Pekka Rinne became the 12th goalie in the league to score a goal and Filip Forsberg finally scored on that behind-the-net lacrosse move he's been dreaming of for years. Both those plays inspired a lot of excitement for sure, but something's …

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This week Robby Stanley, the Nashville correspondent for NHL.com and host of Locked On Predators, joins hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling to talk about the biggest Nashville Predators news of the week, the firing of Coach Peter Laviolette and the hiring of former N…

Winning solves a lot of problems. But are the Nashville Predators' recent efforts — 13 goals in two games! — enough to convince fans that the team's inconsistent days are over? That's just one question hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling attempt to answer on this wee…

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On Tuesday the Dallas Stars announced they fired head coach Jim Montgomery for "unprofessional conduct." Montgomery is the fifth NHL coach or assistant coach to resign, be fired or suspended since November 20. This week hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling take a look…

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The biggest Preds news of the week, of course, is the return of Kyle Turris. One of the team's highest-paid forwards was a healthy scratch for seven games and, despite media pressing David Poile and Peter Laviolette on the matter, the franchise offered little explanation for their choice. "I…

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No, a five-game losing streak is not where Preds fans expected to be, given how strong the team looked at the start of the season. Yet here we are. Still, it's not time to panic! It's only November. There are 62 games left. Remember where the St. Louis Blues were in January before they went …

It's too late for Halloween, but if you want to give someone a fright, make them look at the Nashville Predators' penalty kill — it was looking very scary on Tuesday night against Vancouver. Three of the Canucks' five goals were scored while the team was on the power play, and the Predators'…

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Surprising, well, everyone, Nick Bonino continues to be the leading goal scorer of the Nashville Predators. Is he just on a hot streak? Or is he on his way to a 30-goal season? That's just one topic hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling debate on this episode. 

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The Nashville Predators haven't just won four games in a row — they've obliterated their competition. Pekka Rinne has only allowed one goal in his past three games (he's now tied with Tomáš Vokoun for best start for a goalie in franchise history), and the team outshot Chicago 51-20 in Tuesda…

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On this week's episode, hosts Michael Gallagher, J.R. Lind, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling take a closer look at Roman Josi. Yes, the Preds captain seems to have a new attitude this season — not only does he lead the team in penalty minutes (he has 13 this season, well on his way to bea…

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Frostys! Frostys for everyone! The Preds have played six games this season, won four and they've scored five or more goals with each victory. Clearly the offense is looking good. What's not so great, though, is the defense — when the Preds lose, they really lose. They fell 7-4 to the Vegas G…

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Because J.R. Lind and Megan Seling booked it out of town as soon as the regular season started, this week's episode is held down by Michael Gallagher and Geert De Lombaerde. But there's still plenty to talk about it, even without Seling interrupting everyone to gush about dogs and Lind peppe…

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Will the Nashville Predators win the Central Division? Will Filip Forsberg score 45 goals? Will Ryan Johansen break his own assists record? Which rookie will be called up from the AHL to play at least 20 games with the team? Who'll be traded before deadline? And is someone getting a PUPPY?? …

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Big news! It's All Your Fault has a new co-host! On this week's episode the new Nashville Post sports reporter Michael Gallagher joins hosts Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling, along with special guest J.R. Lind, to discuss Preds, puppies and prospects.

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Rocco Grimaldi's arbitration! Smashville's "Year of the Fan" giveaways! And currently the Preds have one too many forwards, so which forward will make the roster come October!? There is so much for hosts David Boclair, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling to talk about on this week's edition …

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Oh, hi! You're still here? You're still interested in talking hockey, even if it's 90 degrees outside and the Preds season doesn't start for 70 days? Great! Because It's All Your Fault is back for an offseason check-in! Hosts David Boclair, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling catch up on the…