Professional athletes in American sports leagues are measured by their physical prowess, speed and explosive strength in proportion to the general society. From a young age, many would-be athletes are sized up and their ability to play a sport is determined solely by their physical stature.
Each year hockey players from the NCAA ranks find their way to become part of different NHL organizations and this year is no different. Despite the global pandemic that grips all of us and has paralyzed the sports world, NHL teams are still preparing for the future and signing future prospects to entry-level contracts (ELC's.)
NHL teams must keep moving forward despite many of the obstacles that the current Covid-19 pandemic has caused with the suspension of the current season. The Nashville Predators are working on developing the future of their organization and have a number of top prospects ready to put on a Predators uniform down the road.
The Nashville Predators have been fighting all season long to find their team identity and push forward to make a playoff run. The Predators have dealt with head coaching changes, a sluggish offense, uncertainty on the blue line and were largely silent at the NHL trade deadline.