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Flamed Out: Nashville Stymied by Calgary 1-0


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Photo Credit: AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jeff McIntosh

The Calgary Flames can certainly frustrate the Predators and they did so tonight. A simple tap-in goal from Derek Smith made it 1-0 Calgary late in the first period and that’s all it took.

Nashville drops this game 1-0 against Calgary and their 5th in their last 6 games. The Predators are in action again on Thursday night when they play at the Vancouver Canucks

Special Teams:

Powerplay – 0 for 3, 0%
Penalty Kill – 2 for 2, 100%

Best Play of the Game: N/A

Worst Play of the Game: Derek Smith found himself wide open to the right of Pekka Rinne for a simple tap-in for a 1-0 lead, which would be the deciding goal.

My Three Stars:

#1:  - Mikka Kiprusoff – 25 saves on 25 attempts. Perfection from Kipper tonight to give the Flames a big win

#2: – Pekka Rinne – 28 saves on 29 attempts. Near perfection from Rinne, but a short tap in late in the first was the difference

#3: – Derek Smith – 1g, 0a, +1 on the night. Game winning goal on his first ever career NHL goal

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Nashville looked to make it 2-0 against a defensive-minded team in the Calgary Flames, and one of the league’s worst right now.

All three periods were essentially a chess match for the most part. Calgary got on board late in the first period with a first-career goal from Derek Smith on a tap-in to the left of Rinne with 18:50 gone in the period.

While the second period didn’t really see too much happen, the third period was a little bit more entertaining. Although no goals were scored, the tempo increased and there were a few late chances for the Predators to tie it, but to no avail.

Stay tuned to The Predatorial tomorrow morning for the gameday preview of the Flames game!

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Stay frosty, friends.