Originally posted on Section 303  |  Last updated 10/19/13
Sometimes, it just isn’t your night. Fortunately for the Nashville Predators, that was the case for Montreal Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges on Saturday night. In front of 21, 273 at Bell Center, the Preds beat the Canadiens, 2-1.  Shea Weber and Seth Jones got the Nashville goals — both of which Gorges factored into — and goaltender Pekka Rinne turned aside 28 shots in the victory. For the fourth consecutive game Nashville scored first. Midway through the first period, Weber got a pass from David Legwand on the power play and put an innocent wrist shot on net. The puck caromed off of Gorges in front and went into the net, making it 1-0. Montreal would tie the game when Brendan Gallagher netted his fourth of the season midway through the contest. Lars Eller made a nice move around Mattias Ekholm and drove hard to the net. Rinne made the initial stop, and then another stop on a Michael Bournival rebound chance, but Gallagher gets the third chance and put it over Rinne to make it 1-...
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