Opening the season with four straight road games was pretty rough on the Florida Panthers. It's been equally frustrating nearly every time they've played in Nashville.
The Panthers visit the Predators on Tuesday night seeking their first win in Music City in nearly 14 years.
Florida (2-4-0) opened with a 4-2 win at Dallas before dropping three straight road games by a combined 16-3 margin. The Panthers, who return home for a six-game homestand starting Thursday, are 0-4-2-1 in Nashville since winning their first two games there - the last on Dec. 11, 1999.
The Panthers followed a 6-3 win over Pittsburgh on Friday with a 3-0 setback against Los Angeles two days later, joining New Jersey as the only teams to be shut out twice already.
While the six-goal performance came against Penguins rookie backup Jeff Zatkoff, Florida couldn't duplicate that success against the Kings' No. 2 Ben Scrivens, who stopped all 20 shots he faced.
Florida's average of 27.2 shots pe...