Filip Forsberg RUMORS & NEWS

  • Filip Forsberg poised to emerge as elite goal scorer

    Today's Slapshot "Filip Forsberg was having no part of a sophomore slump last season. He burst onto the NHL scene in 2014-15 as a rookie, scoring 26 goals and 63 points en route to making every Washington Capitals fan rue the day the team traded him to the Nashville Predators. He followed that effort up with..." August 30

  • Closing the book on the Filip Forsberg trade once and for all

    Sportsnet "The Washington Capitals have a lot going for them. They’re coming off a Presidents’ Trophy-winning campaign and an appearance in the Eastern Conference Final. Plus, they boast the reigning Vezina, Rocket Richard and Jack Adams winners in Braden Holtby, Alex Ovechkin and Barry Trotz,..." June 29

  • Predators Sign Forsberg to a Six-Year, $36 Million Contract "Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced Monday that the club has signed forward Filip Forsberg to a six-year, $36 million contract. Forsberg will make $6 million each season from 2016-17 to 2021-22. “Filip is among the most skilled, dynamic..." June 27

  • Predators, Filip Forsberg working on contract extension

    Tennessean "The Predators' main priority this offseason is re-signing forward and leading scorer Filip Forsberg, whose entry-level contract is expiring after three years. Forsberg wants to return to Nashville, and as a pending restricted free agent, there's no true threat of him leaving. It's a matter of..." June 10

  • Predators working on Filip Forsberg contract extension

    The Score "Nashville Predators general manager David Poile updated the statuses of several pending free agents during his team's end-of-season press conference Wednesday, revealing that negotiations have begun on a contract extension for star forward Filip Forsberg. "The goal and intention is there on..." May 18

  • Predators' Forsberg, Josi battled playoff injuries

    The Score "Playing injured in the Stanley Cup Playoffs isn't uncommon, just ask a pair of Nashville Predators stars. Regular-season leading scorer Filip Forsberg told reporters Saturday he suffered a back injury, and still isn't 100 percent healthy, while top-pairing defenseman Roman Josi played through a..." May 14