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The Nashville Predators have been eliminated from the playoff race and, therefore, Operation: Miracle is dead. But fret not! We now have Operation: Silver Lining! We’ll post this series every day until the end of the 2013 regular season. — After enduring a 2013 season where everything that could go wrong seemed to go wrong, the Nashville Predators finally get to put it to bed. Tonight, they’ll close out the lockout-shortened year against the Blue Jackets in front of a ruckus Nationwide Arena full of playoff hopes and a bus load of Predators fans who faithfully made the trip up to Columbus via the Smashville Express. Nashville is currently 27th in the league with 41 points and, thanks to Edmonton’s 6-1 drubbing of the Minnesota Wild last night, can’t finish any higher than 25th. And, with the Colorado Avalanche shootout win over the Phoenix Coyotes, the Preds are still in contention for the 29th spot. They’ll need a regulation win from the Avs tonight to have any chance of that, howe...
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