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The Nashville Predators kicked off their current 3-game win streak with a 2-1 eight-round shootout win against the Los Angeles Kings on January 31st. Since then, Nashville dispatched the Sharks with the same 2-1 shootout result and let loose a torrent of scoring against the St. Louis Blues 6-1 handing them their first home loss of the year.
Game time against the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings is at 7 P.M. Central and can be seen on FS Tennessee with Pete Weber and Terry Crisp on the call and over the FM dial on Predators Flagship Station 102.5 the Game with Tom Callahan and Stu Grimson.
The Kings took a beating of their own against the Anaheim Ducks giving up 7 goals in a 7-4 loss last Saturday. The Blue Jackets were victim to the Kings ire as Los Angeles went into Columbus and marched out with 2 points winning 4-2 Tuesday night. Carter continues his goal scoring efforts with a team-leading 4 goals while Anze Kopitar, the always da...
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In front of a sold out crowd at Bridgestone Arena, the Nashville Predators and Pekka Rinne shutout the Los Angeles Kings, 3-0. "It wasn't pretty, but we got the win," said head coach Barry Trotz. Rinne, who received the number one star of the game, turned away all 32 shots that came his way. “I was seeing the puck...
The Nashville Predators defensive unit seems to be coming together quite nicely at the 10-game mark of the shortened 48-game season. They have been excellent on the defensive side of(More here)…
The Nashville Predators had been having trouble scoring goals so far this season. Coming into Tuesday night’s contest in St. Louis, the Predators were dead last in the NHL with(More here)…
Pekka Rinne made 32 saves for his first shutout of the season and Colin Wilson scored two goals to lead the Nashville Predators to a 3-0 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday.
Nashville has won four games in a row while the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings have dropped three of their past four.
Coming off a season-high seven-game road trip, the Predators played their first...
Here are your “Leftgovers” from the Nashville Predators game on Tuesday night against the St. Louis Blues…
* Martin Erat returned to the Nashville lineup after missing the San Jose game with an injury sustained in practice.
* He would garner second star honors after posting three points.
* Matt Halischuk – who had 15 goals for the Predators last...
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The Predators are slowly coming up the ranks in scoring with a shelling of the St. Louis Blues that saw Erat and Wilson have three point nights. Rinne has been solid between the pipes allowing only 3 goals in his last three games. Ryan Ellis has come through as the power-play specialist he was drafted and developed to become.
But what about...
As you probably do not know, the reason for my lack of posting and in person presence around the Predators' rink this year is that I will be undergoing a full hip replacement this coming Thursday which will require a six week period of no driving or public appearances. Therefore, I am limited to comments from the couch for the time being.In spite of my infirmary, I was able to...
My 3 stars of the game
1. Colin Wilson, NSH. 3 assists, and generally gave the Blues fits. Also reminds me of why I had him ranked #4 on my draft list that year behind Stamkos, Doughty, and Pietrangelo.
2. Martin Erat, NSH. Goal, 2 assists (which means he got 75% of the points he had season-to-date coming into tonight), just generally hovering around the net, â¦ solid...
If last season is any predictor, then Shea Weber is due on Thursday when the Nashville Predators host the Los Angeles Kings.
A finalist for the Norris Trophy as the NHLs top defenseman in each of the last two seasons (and signatory to -- oh, by the way -- a 14-year, 110-million contract last July), Weber has failed to earn a point in any of the Predators first nine games -- by far...
The Nashville Predators were in the midst of a long road trip and had only one victory when they faced the Los Angeles Kings exactly one week ago.
Things have changed for the better since.
Back home after a lengthy stay on the road, Nashville seeks a fourth straight victory and second win in eight days over Los Angeles on Thursday night.
The Predators (4-2-3) dropped five of their...
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By: Miranda Martin Miranda@PredneckNation.com @lovelyminda After the Nashville Predators dominated the St. Louis Blues 6-1 last night, it was obvious that the offense had found something that clicked and worked like a charm, and a major part of it may have been the defense. The first goal of the night was a quick wrist shot from Ryan Ellis, who found ...
Here are your “Leftgovers” from the Nashville Predators game on Thursday night against the Los Angeles Kings…
* Defenseman Jon Blum played on Bridgestone Arena ice for the first since December 28, 2011.
* Last night was center Paul Gaustad‘s 500th NHL game.
* Colin Wilson has five points (two goals, three assists) in his last two games.
* Goaltender Pekka...