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NHL's salary cap growth has Predators approaching a $50 million payroll
An increased investment in players down the roster has the franchise poised to surpass a notable salary landmark
Predators begin building toward season with 3-1 loss to Carolina
Rinne holds up well in goal; Dumont scores early in lineup short on veterans.
Rinne ready for heavy workload beginning in preseason
Coach says No. 1 netminder might play half the time over the course six exhibitions.
Affordable backup goalie tops Predators' free agent wish list
Nashville has five goalie prospects under contract behind Pekka Rinne, its only one with NHL experience.
Poile misses out on NHL's award for top general manager
Phoenix's Don Maloney named the winner of the first General Manager of the Year award.
Deal with draft pick means Predators won't pursue a veteran goalie
Anders Linback, selected in the seventh round in 2008, is 6-foot-6, which makes him the tallest player ever drafted by Nashville.
Rinne off to slow start, on the bench for Finland at World Championship
Nashville goalie allows three goals on 16 shots in opener; Goc serves as captain for host Germany.
Poile's work with Predators recognized in GM of the Year voting
Head of Nashville's hockey operations named a finalist for first-time award at the same time he turns his attention to Team USA.
Predators seek different result with roster largely unchanged
Wade Belak signs a one-year deal for 2010-11 and becomes the 17th player on the current roster signed for next season or beyond.
Predators' top performers reveal details of their postseason pain
Patric Hornqvist was sidelined by a broken hand, and Ryan Suter was slowed by a bad hamstring.
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