The final tally is in, but at this stage the players selected by the Nashville Predators in the NHL Entry Draft Saturday and Sunday are merely unfamiliar names and a jumble of statistics.
The Predators, who traded their No. 4, No. 5 and No. 7 round picks to the Philadelphia Flyers Sunday in order to have the first pick in the fourth round have nine new players instead of suntans from their days in Sunrise, Fla., where the draft was held at the National Car Rental Center