Found October 17, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
The Nashville Predators wrap up a five game home stand with a tilt against a Stanley Cup favorite coming off an embarrassing loss. That’s the Reader’s Digest version of the storyline of tonight’s Predators / Kings game. The Kings are coming to the end of a road-heavy early schedule, playing six of their first eight on the road, wrapping it up in Nashville tonight before heading home to Stapl...
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