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Here are your “Leftgovers” from the Nashville Predators game on Saturday night against the Anaheim Ducks… — LEFTOVER THOUGHTS: * If he retires after this season, last night was Teemu Selanne‘s final game in Nashville. Unless of course the Ducks meet the Preds in the playoffs. * There have now been 20 straight sellouts at Bridgestone Arena, dating back to last season. * Brian McGrattan is with the Milwaukee Admirals but was still “scratched” for Saturday night’s contest. Due to the “conditioning” status of the move, he remains on the Predators’ roster. * In his two games with Milwaukee, McGrattan has taken four shots and has only been assessed one minor penalty. * Patric Hornqvist (injured) and Brandon Yip were also scratched for Nashville. * Hal Gill returned to the Nashville lineup after being a healthy scratch the last two games. * Pekka Rinne‘s shutout streak ended at 155:06, a new career high. * Nashville’s 14 shots in the first period tied a season high. * This was
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