Originally posted on The Predatorial  |  Last updated 2/15/13
Photo Credit: John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images Whatever is working for the Nashville Predators right now, they need to bottle it and use it for the remainder of the year. Pekka Rinne had his second straight shutout, stopping all 19 Phoenix shots, as Nashville beat the Coyote 3-0 in front of the 19th consecutive sold-out crowd at Bridgestone Arena. The Predators received goals from Mike Fisher, Nick Spaling, and a powerplay marker from Gabriel Bourque, all three coming in the third period. Nashville is now 7-0-4 when recording at least one goal in a game and 0-3-0 when being shutout. Coming out with a bit more fire than their previous two starts, the Predators saw themselves in a tightly contested first period where they were outshot by the Coyotes, however only by a 7-6 margin. The highlight of the period, though, came early on when Phoenix emerged on a rare 5-on-1 after the Predators got caught up in the Phoenix end. “I haven’t seen a 5-on-1 in years. It was like a flock of seagulls
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