The Predators are in a bit of a bind.
They have a bad deal on a TV deal and their best player is on a contract extension.
But they’re not ready to sell their most valuable asset, the franchise’s television deal, and they can’t make an offer to Comcast without the Predators having to surrender some valuable assets.
The Predators will have to go through the NHL’s internal process of going through their own bidding process.
This process takes a while, and it may take a lot of negotiating.
So if you’re thinking that the Predators are set to go to Comcast, let me give you a bit more background.
The Predators have a television deal with NBC and Sportsnet.
But the team doesn’t actually own the rights to their broadcast rights to NHL games.
Instead, it’s owned by Comcast SportsNet and its subsidiary NBC Sports Network.
As the Predators look to raise the $1.5 billion it needs to break into the NHL, the NHLPA recently asked the league for a change to the way it deals with the broadcast rights.
The league, in response, said it’s working on a solution.
The NHL has said the league is looking into other options, but nothing has been finalized.
So, the Predators were left in limbo.
The Predators are a young team, with a bunch of guys under contract and not a lot going on.
So when the Predators signed Kovalchuk, they were trying to make a splash.
That doesn’t mean the team is ready to make the jump to the NHL.
But they did sign Kovalchks contract extension, which runs through 2019-20, and he will be paid $1 million a year for the next five years.
So it’s good to see they’re still in the mix.
What they’re trying to do is work out a way to sell this deal without the NHL paying the full price.
But this will take a while.
For the Predators to go the other direction, they have to be ready to do something that would bring the NHL back to the table.
That means moving on from the Predators’ television deal.
It would be a big deal for the team and it would be an important way to keep the Predators on their current level of success.
So they’re probably not going to go down that road.
But there are ways they could be moving in a different direction.
We’ll start with the basics.
The deal is for five years, which is good for the Predators.
The only reason they didn’t extend it earlier is because of the NHL lockout.
The teams’ broadcast deal is also good for both the Predators and the NHL: it runs through 2020-21.
But that’s about all the Predators can do with their television deal at this point.
The team is paying $1,000,000 per game, which works out to $3.3 million per year.
So that’s not much for a team that has only 11 players under contract.
The only way the Predators could possibly sell the deal to Comcast is if they have an offer they can accept.
The answer is likely no.
The Penguins, who are not on the Predators TV deal, are one of the best teams in the league.
The Pens, meanwhile, are the NHL franchise that’s in Nashville.
If the Predators go to NBC Sports, the Penguins wouldn’t be able to make an official offer.
So Comcast would be the only team to offer.
It would be in the Predators interest to make this offer to the Penguins.
The Nashville media market has grown, and the Penguins are trying to grow their market as well.
It’s a great market for the Pens to get an offer from.
If the Predators had an offer that Comcast could accept, they would have the ability to go after the Penguins at any time.
They wouldn’t have to do anything to get to the negotiation table.
The last thing the Predators want to do when it comes to negotiations is to get bogged down in negotiations.
The best way to get the Predators moving in the right direction is to start negotiating now.
The Penguins could offer up a better offer than the Predators, but they can also use this as an opportunity to negotiate a better deal with the Predators or with the Penguins, both of which have excellent television deals.
The idea is to reach an agreement as soon as possible.
The players have their own team that they want to keep.
The owners want to maintain a winning culture.
The fans want to continue to support their team and see the Predators become an even better hockey team.
All of those factors combine to make it a great opportunity for the Nashville Predators to be able move to Comcast Sportsnet and continue to be successful.