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The Nashville Predators (2-3-0) faceoff against the Florida Pathers (2-4-0) for their first of two meetings this season. Florida will look to get some kind of offense going, as they have only scored 13 goals in their first 6 games. Meanwhile, Nashville will look to build off their dominant performance against the Islanders on Friday and try to build momentum for the rest of their home stand.
Nashville: Fox Sports Tennessee and 102.5 The Game
Florida: Fox Sports Florida and 560 WQAM
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This is the first time these teams have played each other this season.
Line Up News
#35 Pekka Rinne
#25 Jakob Markstrom
Nashville Injuries: #59 D Roman Josi (day-to-day; concussion)
Florida Injuries: #34 G Tim Thomas (day-to-day; undisclosed)
Projected Nashville Scratches: #13 W Nick Spaling and #16 W Rich Clune
Projected Florida Scratches: #10 W Joey Crabb and #21 W Krys Barch
Wilson - Fisher - Hornqvist
Bourque - Cullen - Smith
Stalberg - Legwand - Forsberg
Nystrom - Gaustad - Hendricks
Jones - Weber
Ekholm - Klein
Bartley - Ellis
Fleischmann - Barkov - Boyes
Huberdeau - Gomez - Versteeg
Upshall - Gpc - Kopecy
Winchester - Matthais - Barch
Campbell - Gilbert
Kulikov - Weaver
Gudbranson - Gilroy
Players to Watch
Nashville: #4 D Ryan Ellis - Ellis scored what turned out to be the game winning goal vs the Islanders on Saturday. That was his best performance of the season by far. Look for him to build on his momentum and try to keep a firm hold of his roster spot.
New York: #16 C Aleksander Barkov - The Rookie from Finland was the player everyone thought the Predators would've ended up with in the 2013 draft. He has been very impressive so far. He doesn't necessarily bring the "wow" factor but, he will be a major contributor for this team for years to come.
Who scores the first goal of the game for Predators? Win a Preds player t-shirt, info here.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Southeastern Conference has agreed to make Nashville the primary home of its men's basketball tournament through 2026.
Commissioner Mike Slive announced Tuesday a deal with the Nashville Sports Council to hold a total of nine men's tournaments in Music City. The deal also includes dates for three women's tournaments.
Slive says Nashville is a proven host giving...
Tim Thomas went through Florida Panthers practice at their practice rink and it appears that he might be ready to play Thursday night when his Panthers take on his old Bruins hockey club at the BB&T Center.
He's questionable for the game after tweaking his groin in the third game of the season for the Panthers and he didn't make the trip with the rest of the club to...
Carter Hutton is doing many things to make sure he is ready to go for whenever he’s asked to make his first start with the Predators...
The Nashville Predators won their second game in a row on Tuesday night, knocking off the Florida Panthers 4-3 at Bridgestone Arena.
Three Predators players – Mike Fisher, Shea Weber and Craig Smith – had two-point nights with one goal and one assist.
Smith, a player who admittedly struggled last season, potted the Predators third goal of the night, giving Nashville a 3-2 lead...
There’s usually something pretty unremarkable about a Thursday night game in October between the Bruins and Florida Panthers. Thursday’s B’s-Panthers game won’t be your usual Thursday game in October, though.
The Panthers announced Wednesday afternoon that Tim Thomas will be the starting goalie for the Atlantic Division tilt against the Bruins in Sunrise, Fla. It will mark...
The Nashville Predators have scored the first goal of the game in each of their last two games and have won both. Playing with the lead seems to fit their style of play perfectly...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Patric Hornqvist scored the winner on a power play 5:13 into the third period to lift the Nashville Predators to a 4-3 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
Mike Fisher, Shea Weber, and Craig Smith each had a goal and an assist for Nashville, which has won three of four.
Jonathan Juberdeau, Marcel Goc, and Matt Gilroy scored for Florida. The Panthers...
Nashville got four goals from four players, had three players with two point games and had 9 players contribute points in what was a decent offensive effort against the (now) 2-5-0 Florida Panthers. The Preds had only a few threatening opportunities outside of their four goals, including Hornqvist’s near miss that went through Markstrom and off the inside of the post. Defensively...
Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber and head coach Barry Trotz speak after the Predators defeated the Florida Panthers by a 4-3 score...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Southeastern Conference is making Nashville the primary home of its men's basketball tournament through 2026. Commissioner Mike Slive announced Tuesday a deal with the Nashville Sports Council to hold nine men's tournaments in Music City in 2015-2017, 2019-2021 and 2023-2025. The deal also includes dates for three women's tournaments in...
Coming off the heels of a 3-2 victory against the New York Islanders on Saturday night, the Predators wanted to propel that same momentum into tonight’s game against the Florida Panthers. With captain Shea Weber collecting his first goal of the season on a blue-line bomb early in the first period, Nashville used that momentum to help them grab their second straight win with a 4...
5 things, 3 stars, postgame video, and highlights from Nashville's 4-3 victory over the Florida Panthers...
Tonight, Nashville and the Florida Panthers drop the puck at Bridgestone Arena as the Predators look to make it two wins in a row against Eastern Conference opponents and stretch their own winning streak to two.
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