The Nashville Predators are needing a “Rocky”-esque comeback to this road trip to begin turning their season around. The Predators are 1-2-3 on the year and one of only four teams with one win (Calgary, Washington and Florida-all at the bottom of the standings). The L.A. Kings are 9th in the West, one place above […]
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Press release just released from the Nashville Predators:
No matter what was said in the locker room after last night’s demoralizing 4-0 loss to the struggling Phoenix Coyotes, the actuality of the situation is very straightforward. Nashville’s offense, while potent last season and not without the ability to score, has stumbled out of the starting gate to begin this condensed season. While the […]
The Predators and Coyotes were both clawing to get back into the win column, but thanks to an all-out assault from Phoenix and a shutout performance from Chad Johnson (starting in only his 7th game in the NHL) the Predators once again suffer a loss on this 7-game road trip (1-2-1).
News just came down the wire that Patric Hornqvist will be out for the next 3-4 weeks with a sprained knee:
The Predators, sitting right on the edge of falling into 9th place in the Western Conference, enter tonight’s game with a 1-1-3 record after falling again in the shootout Saturday night to the Anaheim Ducks. Nashville, forcing the 5th fewest goals in the NHL after their first five games, finds themselves without one of their […]
Nashville would take a lead twice, give it up twice, head to their third shootout, and grab their third shootout loss, losing to Anaheim 3-2 on a Corey Perry shootout goal. The Predators now are 1-1-3 on the season, 1-1-1 on the current road trip, and will be at Phoenix on Monday night for the […]
Nashville heads into the sunny skies of Anaheim tonight to face off against the Anaheim Ducks in the third game of their season long 7-game road trip. The Predators dropped their previous outing to the St. Louis Blues in a disappointing 3-0 decision which saw Nashville only record an abysmal 14 shots on net against […]
Stagnant. That’s the word I would use to describe the Nashville Predators’ offense after a terrible showing in St. Louis. While firstly, credit deserves to go to the Blues, the Predators played miserable hockey. They were too predictable, too stale, too shy, and too unsettled, and maybe even too small to beat the Blues. While […]
All it would take is the goal tallied by T.J. Oshie on the PP in the first period to win the game for the St. Louis Blues at ScottTrade Center. They would go on to score on a penalty shot and another Tarasenko goal to ice the game with a marker in each period of […]
Only three days for the Predators to once again match up with the St. Louis Blues. After dropping the second home game of the season against the Blues in a shootout 4-3, the Predators were able to go to Minnesota on Tuesday and win in regulation 3-1. The Blues took their 2-0 start to the […]
Martin Erat’s game-winning goal at 11:45 of the third period would be the difference maker for Nashville as the Predators got their first win of the season, first road win of the year, and topped the Minnesota Wild tonight 3-1.
Press release from the Nashville Predators:
The Predators have their first of eight back-to-back contests Tuesday night as they face off against the Minnesota Wild. The Predators have dropped their first two home games in the shootout against Columbus and St. Louis. Both games saw Nashville give up a lead to go into a shootout where the opposing team dominated the […]
Another night, another very similar result for the Predators. Patric Hornqvist’s 3 point night went all for naught as Steen and Oshie would score in the shootout to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-3 shootout victory over the Nashville Predators in front of another sellout crowd at Bridgestone Arena. “Of course it’s good to […]