Filip Forsberg was scratched, while Mike Fisher missed his third game in a row.
Despite losing, Nashville did not surrender a power play goal. They have successfully killed the last 18 power plays that they have faced over the last six games.
Rich Clune played in his first contest since the Predators’ October 10 matchup against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Clune has played in 5 games this season and has picked up 14 penalty minutes. Nashville is 1-4-0 with Clune in the lineup this season and has been shutout twice.
Nashville’s 15 shots on goal was by far the team’s lowest output so far this season. The previous low had been 25 against the same Minnesota Wild on October 8.
Tonight’s Three Stars (by Wild.com):
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