Nashville, Tenn. (April 4, 2016) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced Monday that the club has recalled forward Cody Bass from Milwaukee (AHL).
Bass, 29 (1/7/87), has appeared in 14 games with the Predators in two recalls this season, his first in the organization (0 pts, 12 PIMs), and has 63 career NHL games to his credit with Nashville, Ottawa (where he was a teammate of Mike Fisher) and Columbus, posting five points (2g-3a) and 83 penalty minutes. The 6-foot, 205-pound winger has also played 39 games for the Division-leading Admirals this season, posting nine points (4g-5a) and 84 penalty minutes. The Owen Sound, Ontario, native was Ottawa’s third choice, 95th overall (fourth round), in the 2005 Entry Draft, and helped the Binghamton Senators win the 2011 Calder Cup as AHL champions, in addition to winning the 2011 Yanick Dupre Memorial Award as presented annually to the AHL’s man of the year for service to his local community.
The Nashville Predators conclude their home slate of regular-season games this week, playing the Colorado Avalanche on Tuesday and Arizona Coyotes on Thursday (both on FOX Sports Tennessee, 102.5 The Game). Fans can still take advantage of the team’s Playoff Bound Pack. Under the promotion, fans can purchase tickets to the remaining two regular-season home games and guarantee seats for Round One of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. For more information, visit NashvillePredators.com or call 615-770-7800.