Preds goalie Pekka Rinne was spectacular, stopping all 29 shots from Chicago.
Even though the Preds take on the Blackhawks in Chicago to start the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the scene at 501 Broadway will still be rocking.
The Nashville Predators got off to rocky start in October, winning just two of their first 8 games. However, that all changed in November.
Both Pekka Rinne and his backup Juuse Saros are from Finland and are tasked with the tough job of stopping pucks for the Predators.
Once again, they’re going head-to-head with the Chicago Blackhawks.
The first game is Thursday in Chicago at The United Center. Game 2 will be Saturday night in Chicago.
The Predators will play the Hawks in the first round, but the schedule has not been released.
The Predators are still one point back of St. Louis with only one game to play after the Blues won 6-3 in Florida.
The Predators sold out all 41 games for the first time ever, but the crowd could not push Nashville to what would have been a crucial victor…
The Preds clinched a spot for their third straight year Sunday night ahead of Tuesday’s last regular season game.
Even though they lost Sunday in St. Louis, the team clinched one of eight Western Conference playoff spots when the Los Angeles Kings lost t…
The Blues put it away in the third when Joel Edmondson scored the final goal of the game.
With the win the Predators now have 91 points and four games left in the regular season.
Right now, per Sports Club Stats, there is a 55.1 percentchance Nashville will play the Chicago Blackhawks in round one of the playoffs.
The Maple Leafs came into the game with the second ranked power play unit in the league.
When he steps onto the Predators bench for their game against the Maple Leafs, he’ll hit a milestone in coaching that spans a 15-year career…
The team became the first in NHL history to be certified as StormReady as Bridgestone Arena was approved by the government agency.
The Predators scored first winning the last four games, but Tuesday night in Boston the Bruins came out firing and Patrice Bergeron beat Pek…
Nashville scored first in the first when Kevin Fiala whipped in a wrister from the slot for his ninth goal of the season and a 1-0 lead.
Cody McLeod, P.K. Subban and Viktor Arvidsson also scored for Nashville, which has won three straight and six of seven.