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Nashville Set for Second Half of Back-to-Back Tonight in Chicago

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

One night after falling in overtime in the Canadian capital, the Nashville Predators have returned to the United States - Chicago, to be exact - to face the Blackhawks tonight at the United Center. It's the second of four meetings between the divisional rivals this season; the Preds were victorious back on Dec. 1 in Nashville.

It was a tale of two different efforts on Monday night in Ottawa - Nashville surrendered three goals in the game's opening period, only to score three unanswered in the final two frames to force overtime and salvage a point.

Even so, the Preds are 0-5-2 in their last seven contests away from home, a streak the group would quickly like to correct.

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Rally Not Enough, Predators Fall in Overtime to Senators

Roman Josi Scores Twice as Predators Erase 3-0 Deficit, Senators Prevail in OT

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Preds fall to Sens in OT, 4-3

NSH Recap: Josi scores twice in 4-3 overtime loss

Roman Josi lit the lamp twice to help the Predators erase a three-goal deficit, but it was not enough as they fell in overtime, 4-3

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The Nashville Predators came back to salvage a point in the standings, but the goal is two.

Monday's game had all the makings of an unforgettable comeback as the Preds erased a three-goal deficit - but the Ottawa Senators found the fourth goal in overtime to take the win. The result ends Nashville's win streak at three as they complete their season series with Ottawa, collecting three out of a possible four points.

The Preds played well enough to collect three goals in the game's final 40 minutes, but when it was all said and done, it was the start that was still fresh.

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Projected Lineup: Predators at Senators

Predators Begin Back-to-Back; P.K. Subban Joins Team for Road Trip

by Thomas Willis @TomAWillis / Digital Manager & Producer

The Nashville Predators start a four-game road trip and back-to-back set tonight in Ottawa (at 6:30 p.m. CT).

The Predators (22-10-1) swept a three-game homestand and will now try to win their first road game since Nov. 10. Nashville beat Ottawa, 3-1, last week at Bridgestone Arena. Former Senators center Kyle Turris also returned from injury to the Predators' lineup last week. Defenseman P.K. Subban is on the road trip with the Predators, but remains on Injured Reserve. 

Ottawa (14-16-4) has split their two games since facing the Predators on Dec. 11. Top center Matt Duchene is on IR for the Sens. 

The Predators held a full morning skate at Canadian Tire Centre on Monday and were joined by Subban and Viktor Arvidsson (IR). Below is a projected lineup based on the session:

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Nashville Begins Four-Game Trip with Visit to Canadian Capital

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

After a clean sweep of their three-game homestand, the Nashville Predators are back on the road tonight for a four-game set, beginning in Ottawa against the Senators. It's the second and final contest of the season series; the Preds defeated the Sens by a 3-1 final last week in Nashville.

It took a shootout to do so, but the Predators collected a 2-1 victory on Saturday night against New Jersey to go 3-0-0 in the past week, their first three-game win streak since Nov. 17-21.

Now, Nashville will try to do something they haven't been able to do in over a month - win away from the friendly confines of Bridgestone Arena.

[Read More: Preds Projected Lineup at Senators]

[Preds Official Podcast: Ekholm on Swedish Christmas Traditions]

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Saros, Preds Top Devils in Shootout to Sweep Homestand

Nashville Produces Better Effort in Front of Goaltender for 22nd Win of Season

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Recap: NJD 1, NSH 2 - F/SO

Johansen, Predators top Devils in shootout

Frederick Gaudreau scored the only goal and Juuse Saros recorded 33 saves, as Ryan Johansen sealed the win in the shootout for a 2-1 victory

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The Predators wanted to put forth a better effort in front of goaltender Juuse Saros. On Saturday night, they got a nearly perfect effort from the man himself.

Saros made 33 saves through 65 minutes - and turned away five more opportunities in the shootout - as Nashville defeated the New Jersey Devils, 2-1, at Bridgestone Arena.

The result gives the Preds a clean sweep of their three-game homestand, as well as a perfect record against the Devils to conclude the season series between the two.

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Projected Lineup: Devils vs. Predators

Predators Complete Season Series with Devils, Nashville Topped New Jersey in OT on Oct. 25

by Thomas Willis @TomAWillis / Digital Manager & Producer

The Nashville Predators have a shot at a perfect three-game homestand as they conclude their season series with the New Jersey Devils. 

The Preds (21-10-1) topped the Ottawa Senators, 3-1, and Vancouver Canucks, 4-3 in overtime, to open their current stretch of games at Bridgestone Arena. Nashville center Kyle Turris returned to the lineup for Thursday's win after missing the previous eight games. He notched an assist and was perfect at the face-off dot in his first game back. 

New Jersey (11-13-6) snapped a two-game skid by erasing a 3-0 deficit and beating the Vegas Golden Knights in OT on Friday evening. Both Cory Schneider and Keith Kinkaid saw action in the Devils' net yesterday. 

Nashville held a full morning on Saturday. Below is a projected lineup based on the session:

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Preds Official Podcast: Ekholm on Swedish Christmas Traditions

Podcast Interviews Ekholm, Talks Poile's Hall of Fame Induction and Answers Twitter Questions

by Thomas Willis & Brooks Bratten @PredsNHL / NashvillePredators.com

Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm stops by to reveal the unique Swedish traditions surrounding Christmas, discuss parenting and tell his favorite things about Nashville. Thomas Willis and Brooks Bratten discuss the Predators' improved play and Nashville General Manager David Poile being inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.

Highlights Include: 

  • Preds focus on defense, respond with wins
  • Interview with Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm
  • Preds GM David Poile enters U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Answering your Twitter questions
  • Giveaway opportunity of a Preds' autographed mini helmet; listen to see how to enter!

Visit NashvillePredators.com/Podcast to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Spotify and others.

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Nashville Tries for Perfect Homestand in Conclusion of Season Series Against New Jersey

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

The Nashville Predators will try for a perfect homestand tonight as the New Jersey Devils come to town. It's the second and final meeting between the two clubs this season; the Preds defeated the Devils in overtime back in October.

Kyle Turris potted the OT winner in that first meeting earlier this season, and he returned to the Nashville lineup on Thursday night to help his club defeat the Vancouver Canucks by a 4-3 final, also in overtime. Turris is the first of four big names to return from injury for the club, with P.K. Subban, Filip Forsberg and Viktor Arvidsson still on the shelf.

Thursday's win against the Canucks came after a victory over Ottawa on Tuesday to create a two-game win streak for the Preds and give them a chance at a sweep of their current home set before heading out on the road next week.

[Read More: Preds Projected Lineup vs. Devils]

[Preds Official Podcast: Ekholm on Swedish Christmas Traditions]

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Scott Hamilton Skating Academy Hosts Free "Go Skate!" Classes Outdoors

Ascend Amphitheater Hosts Free Sessions This Winter as Part of Smashville Outdoor Rink

by Tyler Harvey @PredsNHL / NashvillePredators.com

The Nashville Predators and Scott Hamilton Skating Academy have put on an entirely free skating class this winter at Ascend Amphitheater.

"Go Skate" is a seven-week skating tutorial that helps children ages 5 to 12 learn to skate.

"The free lessons provide a beautiful opportunity for families to be able to see whether or not their children enjoy skating, before they invest their money on skating equipment," Manager of Scott Hamilton Skating Academy Paula Trujillo said. "We mostly teach them forward stuff on the ice; walking forward, marching forward, falling and being able get up and recover from that."

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Sissons Scores in OT, Turris Returns as Preds Defeat Canucks

Nashville Loses Late Lead, Finds Redemption in Overtime with Turris Back in Lineup

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Recap: VAN 3, NSH 4 - F/OT

Sissons provides OT goal to lift Preds to 4-3 victory

Despite surrendering a two-goal lead in the 3rd period, the Predators took down the Canucks, 4-3, on Colton Sissons' game-winner in overtime

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The Predators lost a late lead to the Canucks, but it was a Vancouver native who saved the day.

Colton Sissons scored at 3:05 of overtime as Nashville defeated the Canucks by a 4-3 final on Thursday night at Bridgestone Arena. It's the 21st victory of the season for the Preds and provides a bit of revenge after they fell to the Canucks last week in Vancouver.

Nashville held a 3-1 lead with five minutes to play in regulation time, but two quick strikes from Vancouver forced the Preds to overtime for the first time at home this season. However, a slick feed from former Canucks forward Nick Bonino to Sissons sent the crowd home happy and gave Nashville their second-straight triumph.

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