Found October 27, 2013 on Section 303:
Put simply, it was a night the Nashville Predators would like to put behind them as soon as possible. Too bad they’ll have to wait a while in order to do that. The St. Louis Blues came into Music City and thumped the Preds, 6-1. The score was a tad lopsided, however, as the Preds were in most of the game. Things got out of hand late, making the loss look worse than it was. Carter Hutton, despite the five goals allowed, played well. He made just 21 saves on 26 St. Louis shots but most of the goals were not his fault. “It didn’t seem like a 6-1 game,” Predators coach Barry Trotz said. “It wasn’t a 6-1 game until they got the fourth goal. I think that was sort of game, set, match.” Early in the first, Alex Steen continued his attack on the scoresheet. Just seconds after Colin Wilson took a tripping penalty 190 feet from his own net, Steen found himself with the puck in the faceoff dot. He made no mistake, tucking it under the crossbar for his ninth of the year. The Preds were 22 for th...
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