Topic: Paul Gaustad
Columbus, OH - An injury plagued, strike shortened season has come to an end for the Nashville Predators with a 3-1 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Predators were first to score on a Shea Weber slap shot at 8:29 of the second period, but the third period belonged to Columbus, as they reeled off three goals, including an empty netter, to seal the deal.
Nashville Predators vs. Chicago Blackhawks
Friday, April 19th, 2013 | 7:30pm (CT)
Nashville, TN - The Nashville Predators and Chicago Blackhawks wrap up their five-game 2012-13 season series on Friday at the United Center with their fourth meeting in the last three weeks.
Nashville has yet to beat Chicago this season, coming closest on April 1st.
Nashville,TN - The Nashville Predators fell to the Vancouver Canucks tonight at the Bridgestone Arena, 5-2, as Nashville continues to have problems getting the puck in the net. Nashville had several opportunities tonight, but the puck just wouldn’t go in.
Nashville is still without the services of Paul Gaustad, Brandon Yip, Mike Fisher, Colin Wilson, Patric Hornqvist and Kevin Klein tonight, putting a lot of pressure on new players who have been added in recent days.
Dallas Stars vs. Nashville Predators
Friday, April 12th, 2013 | 7:00pm (CT)
Nashville, TN - The Nashville Predators and Dallas Stars wrap up their three-game 2012-13 set on Friday at Bridgestone Arena with the Predators having won each of the first two meetings.
Most recently on March 12th in Dallas, Pekka Rinne made 32 saves to record his league-leading fifth shutout of the season, Shea Weber and Gabriel Bourque scored power-play goals, and Rich Clune scored the eighth penalty-shot goal in franchise history on the 24th all-time attempt in a 4-0 Nashville win.
Nashville, TN – Time is running out on the Nashville Predators as they lose another one at home to the St. Louis Blues, 1-0, at Bridgestone Arena.
Nashville has dropped their last four games and tonight’s loss puts a damper on their slim play-off hopes. The Predators are five points out of the play-offs, trailing the Detroit Red Wings, and only have seven games to try to make a surge.
St. Louis Blues vs. Nashville Predators
Tuesday, April 9th, 2013 | 7:00pm (CT)
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Predators return to the Bridgestone Arena, battered and bruised, and desperately trying to make the play-offs, when they host the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at 7:00pm CT in “Smashville.”
The Predators are coming off two hard fought losses to the Chicago Blackhawks over the weekend.
Nashville, TN - The Nashville Predators lost a hard fought hockey game this afternoon to the Chicago Blackhawks, 1-0 on a Bryan Bickell goal, that proved to be the only offense needed, in a game dominated by Chicago’s defense.
Another sold-out Bridgestone Arena watched as the Predators’ offensive woes continued.
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Nashville Predators
Thursday, March 4th, 2013 | 7:00pm (CT)
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Predators and Columbus Blue Jackets meet for the third time in the last 17 days on Thursday night, April 4th, at Bridgestone Arena with one more game between the soon-to-be ex-Central Division rivals on the final day of the season – April 27th at Nationwide Arena. The game starts at 7:00pm.
Last time these teams met on March 23rd in Nashville, Taylor Beck scored his first career goal and added an assist to earn first star honors in a 5-2 victory at Bridgestone Arena.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Predators entered the Bridgestone Arena tonight desperately needing a win, and that’s just what they got as the Predators defeated the Colorado Avalanche 3-1.
David Legwand proved to be the man in the mix tonight as he scored the game winner, after both teams seemed to play an uninspired hockey game for the first two periods. Even the crowd was off their game tonight.
Nashville, TN – The Colorado Avalanche make their lone visit to Bridgestone Arena in 2012-13 on Tuesday night, the third and final game between them and the Nashville Predators this season and second contest in the last four games.
On Saturday in the teams’ second matinee game at Pepsi Center this season, goaltenders Pekka Rinne and Semyon Varlamov stole the show, stopping a combined 57-of-58 shots over nearly 61 minutes of play. The Predators would fall 1-0 in overtime, but earn at least a point for the fifth time in their last six trips to Denver (4-1-1 record).
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