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Although the Predators will continue to have trouble scoring goals, and some of the contracts they gave out were rather long, generally they seemed to execute their offseason plan.

They look more like the defensive-minded teams from 2009-10 and 2010-11 that ground out wins and were generally hard to play against.

They also have roster flexibility if they need to make moves in the future. With 15 players listed at forward on the roster going into training camp, there will be a good bit of competition. Complacency won’t be an issue.



-Josh Cooper of the Tennessean with the off-season grade for the Predators.  Read on for a break-down of the grade.

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