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Arnott Stands Out

from the Tennessean,
But considering the franchise has more than $8 million invested in the four newcomers, it's safe to assume that management and coaches are making evaluations in every minute of every game. "The fact that we're 2-3 after five games means it's not the kind of start we wanted," Predators General Manager David Poile said. "But it always takes some time for individuals to adjust positionally and team-wise. I'd say we're not yet hitting on all cylinders, but hopefully the best is yet to come.'' From a numbers standpoint, Arnott has been the most prominent of the new players, having posted five points in five games.

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