The Nashville Predators don't have the longest history. After all, it was just 16 years ago that the franchise was created. (Their first game was Oct. 10, 1998.)
But a short history doesn't mean there hasn't been plenty of talent to pass through Bridgestone Arena.
David Legwand, the first pick in franchise history (No. 2 overall in 1998), played 956 games and posted 566 points (210 goals, 356 assists) before getting traded to Detroit this past season. Martin Erat was in Nashville for 11 seasons before requesting a trade in 2013.
Last, but obviously not least, the current face of the franchise: defenseman and three-time Norris Trophy finalist Shea Weber.
Weber has 131 goals and 216 assists in 607 games for the Predators.
So who is truly Mr. Predator?