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Minnesota Wild 2 – Nashville Predators 0

Nashville Predators vs Minnesota Wild
October 22, 2013 at 7:00 PM Central/8:00 PM Eastern
Final 1 2 3 Total
Nashville Predators 0 0 0 0
Minnesota Wild 0 1 1 2

Scoring Summary

Period Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Current Score
2nd Period 18:53 MIN J. Fontaine (2) C. Stoner (2), Z. Parise (2) 1-0 MIN
3rd Period 19:35 MIN J. Pominville (4) M. Koivu (6), Z. Parise (3) 2-0 MIN

Penalty Summary

Period Time Team Player Penalty PIM
1st Period 2:07 MIN Z. Konopka Fighting 5
1st Period 2:07 NSH R. Clune Fighting 5
1st Period 4:13 NSH S. Weber Cross-Checking 2
1st Period 11:03 NSH R. Ellis Cross-Checking 2
1st Period 14:54 MIN J. Fontaine Tripping 2
3rd Period 6:19 NSH E. Nystrom Fighting 5
3rd Period 6:19 MIN N. Prosser Fighting 5
3rd Period 6:43 MIN M. Cooke Hooking 2

Shots on Goal

By Period 1 2 3 Total
Nashville Predators 3 6 7 16
Minnesota Wild 13 11 5 29

Notes:

  • Filip Forsberg was scratched, while Mike Fisher missed his third game in a row.
  • Despite losing, Nashville did not surrender a power play goal. They have successfully killed the last 18 power plays that they have faced over the last six games.
  • Rich Clune played in his first contest since the Predators’ October 10 matchup against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Clune has played in 5 games this season and has picked up 14 penalty minutes. Nashville is 1-4-0 with Clune in the lineup this season and has been shut out twice.
  • Nashville’s 15 shots on goal was by far the team’s lowest output so far this season. The previous low had been 25 against the same Minnesota Wild on October 8.


Highlights:



Tonight’s Three Stars (by Wild.com):

  1. Josh Harding
  2. Justin Fontaine
  3. Pekka Rinne