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Conference III Championship Belt Tale of The Tape: Chicago at Nashville, 6 December 2014

by J.R.

Tonight, Chicago rolls into Nashville for its first defense of the Conference III Belt of the 2014-15 season — and Nashville gets its first shot at the strap in the new campaign. The Hawks and Preds met for the Belt three times last season, with Nashville winning twice.

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale Of The Tape: St. Louis at Nashville, 6 March 2014

by J.R.

Tonight, St. Louis puts the Conference III Championship Belt on the line for the first time since before the Olympic break as they travel to Nashville.

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale Of The Tape: Nashville at St. Louis, 1 February 2014

by J.R.

Tonight, St. Louis puts the Conference III Championship Belt on the line for the first time since New Year’s Eve when Nashville comes to town.

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale Of The Tape: Chicago at Nashville, 17 December 2013

by J.R.

Tonight, the Chicago Blackhawks return to Bridgestone Arena to try and regain the Conference III Championship Belt at the place they lost it. The Nashville Predators try to continue their record belt run.

Let’s see how they stack up:

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Conference III Championship Belt Tale Of The Tape: Dallas at Nashville, 12 December 2013

by J.R.

Tonight, the Dallas Stars visit the Nashville Predators in what is not just the first Chambers Pot game of the season, but a tilt for the Conference III Championship Belt.

Let’s see how these two bitter rivals stack up:

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While You Were Sleeping: Uncle Bob Opines On Suspensions And Gives Rick Nash A Nickname

by J.R.

Just before 1 AM in God’s time zone, III Communication sensei Bob McKenzie fired up his Twitter machine, hit us with his usual philosophical prologue and proceeded to deliver what will become the accepted orthodoxy on the latest suspensions from the Department of Player Safety.

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