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Nashville Predators

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The Predators have signed Roman Josi to an eight-year contract worth $72.472 million ($9.059M AAV).

Josi was in the final year of his seven-year deal that carried a $4.0M AAV cap-hit. Josi will go from being one of the biggest bargains to the third-highest paid defenseman when his new contract kicks in. Josi is currently tied for second among defensemen in points with 13 (5G / 8A) in 11 games.

Source: David Pagnotta 10/29/19, 12:31 pm EST

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Josi (upper-body) is not expected to play vs. Dallas on Tuesday.

When Josi originally missed Friday’s game in Vancouver, the Predators called it rest but now he will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury. The injury likely isn’t overly serious and the Predators are just being cautious with their captain given their position in the standings.

Source: Adam Vingan 03/6/18, 2:24 pm EST

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Josi (lower-body) was on the ice for the morning skate; could return to the Predators lineup on Tuesday.

Josi missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but was on the ice for the Predators’ morning skate and could return to the lineup tonight vs. Colorado. The Predators were able to go 2-0-1 without Josi, so getting him back will make them that much better. He is still looking for his first point after being held pointless with seven shots and a minus-3 rating in his first two games.

Source: Adam Vingan 10/17/17, 12:09 pm EST

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The Predators have placed Roman Josi (upper-body) on IR.

Josi was hurt on a hit from Bruins’ forward Anton Blidh last night and did not return. His immediate movement to IR is not good news and means that he will miss at least seven days with an upper-body injury. He joins PK Subban on IR as the Predators will be without both halves of their top pair.

Source: @PredsNHL 01/13/17, 8:11 am EST

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Roman Josi (concussion) is considered probable for tomorrow night's game at Phoenix.

Predators head coach Barry Trotz plans to give him "top four" minutes, but did not commit to pairing. Josi, who has missed the last 10 games, has mostly been skating with Kevin Klein in practice. He will likely play 20-plus minutes on a regular basis, and could push for 30 points if he stays healthy for the remaining 70 games.

Source: Nick Cole 10/30/13, 9:35 am EST

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