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Nashville Predators Week Preview: Week 06 (Nov. 7th – Nov. 13th)


Coming off a week where they went 2-1-0, taking the majority of points available in a 3-game homestand, the Predators traveled out West last week for the start of a 5-game roadtrip. Let’s take a look at what happened last week after the jump:

Monday, October 31st: The Predators traveled a bit north before going completely out west, taking on divisional rival Chicago Blackhawks in the United Center. Exchanging goals throughout regulation, the Predators and Blackhawks headed to overtime tied 4-4. However, Viktor Stalberg ended the game and gave Chicago the extra point. (Read the story here!)

Thursday, November 3rd: Pekka Rinne celebrated his 29th birthday by not only signing a brand new 7 year/$49 million contract extension with the Predators, but took Nashville into Phoenix and came out with his third shutout of the season, beating the Coyotes 3-0. (Read the story here!)

Saturday, November 5th: Nashville seems to have more success in San Jose than they do when the Sharks come to the Bridgestone Arena. However, the Predators were able to exact a little revenge for the 3-1 loss earlier in the season AND for all the times Patrick Marleau has beaten Nashville in overtime. Trailing 3-1 early in the 3rd, Nashville scored 2 goals in 3 minutes and David Legwand capped it off 2:53 into overtime, giving the Predators the 4-3 win. (Read the story here!)


A back-to-back in sunny California before heading back to Tennessee for the 1,000th game in franchise history, Nashville has a tough lineup this week facing off against Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Montreal.

Tuesday, November 8th: Nashville travels to the city of angels as they go up against the Los Angeles Kings which should pit two of the top goaltenders in the league: Jonathan Quick and Pekka Rinne. Patric Hornqvist will have a chance to continue his current 5-game goal streak and maybe Sergei Kostitsyn/Kevin Klein/Nick Spaling will get back in the lineup. We’ll have our Predatorial Preview up Tuesday morning to give you time to read!

Wednesday, November 9th: Meeting in Anaheim for the first time since the Predators shocked them in game 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, the Ducks have lost 5 in a row which started with a 3-0 loss in Nashville. It’ll be easy to say that this will be a tough and aggressive match-up, as this series is starting to peak itself into a bit of a rivalry. We’ll have our Predatorial Preview up Wednesday morning to give you time to read!

Saturday, November 12th: Coming home, the Nashville Predators will welcome their fans to the 1,000th game in franchise history as the Montreal Canadiens join them in a match-up against an Original Six team. Coming off their first loss in 5 games this past Saturday, Montreal will be looking to continue their climb out of the Eastern Conference cellar this week before their matchup with Nashville. We’ll have our Predatorial Preview up Saturday morning to give you time to read!