He is a huge defenseman we think is a really good prospectRangers trade for Dunham Dec 12, 2002
The Rangers have tried to get him to come over for the last couple of years and for whatever reason, he's been reluctant to come overRangers trade for Dunham Dec 12, 2002
We feel that Tomas has gotten better every year and is very popular with his teammatesRangers trade for Dunham Dec 12, 2002
Scottie has done everything that we could ask for, both on and off the icePredators sign top pick Upshall Oct 07, 2002
We're talking about a human being who has to get his life back in shapeKaralahti suspended by NHL Aug 17, 2002
David Poile (born February 14, 1950 in Toronto, Ontario) is the Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations and General Manager of the NHL's Nashville Predators.
Poile began his career in the NHL as an Administrative Assistant with the then expansion Atlanta Flames in 1972 shortly after graduating from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. At Northeastern, Poile was a successful hockey player, and still holds the record for most career hat tricks with 11. Five years after joining the Flames organization he was named as the assistant general manager.
Poile left the Flames to become the Vice President and General Manager of the Washington Capitals. He served in that capacity for fifteen years. During his time in Washington he was quite successful and the Capitals amassed a 594-454-124 record under his control.