In their first game together, three newcomers helped the Nashville Predators match their road win total from all of last month.
The Predators were taking care of business at home long before Andrei Kostitsyn, Paul Gaustad and Hal Gill arrived.
Nashville looks to extend its home point streak to a franchise record-tying 13 games Tuesday night when Los Angeles Kings center Jeff Carter will try help his new team continue its recent scoring surge.
With Kostitsyn, Gaustad and Gill on the ice Saturday following separate deals last month, Nashville (38-20-7) won 3-1 at Southeast Division-leading Florida. The team went 1-4-1 away from home in February.
Gill, a former Montreal Canadian, and Gaustad - playing his first game since being acquired from Buffalo - set up Kostitsyn's 100th career goal on Saturday. Kostitsyn, in his second contest since a deadline deal with Montreal, added an assist on David Legwand's third-period score.
"That's three really good additions to our already good te...