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Decide the Predators Top Plays of the 2014-15 Season

by Thomas Willis / Nashville Predators

The Nashville Predators, as whole, put on one of their most special seasons ever in 2014-15.

From Filip Forsberg setting rookie records, Shea Weber delivering crushing hits, to Pekka Rinne notching jaw-dropping saves, the hours of highlights compiled by the Preds this season are rather impressive and worthy of review.

See below 15 of the finest plays from the Predators recent regular season.

October 2014:

1) Shea Weber roofs a wraparound chance on the Senators Craig Anderson:

2) James Neal registers a natural hat trick (and game-winning goal) versus the Blackhawks:

November 2014:

3) Matt Cullen dives to hit a carom off the boards into the net:

4) Filip Forsberg takes the puck, spins off his man and then scores the overtime winner:

December 2014:

5) Tic-tac-goal from the Nine line helps the Preds beat Martin Brodeur and the Blues:

6) Shea Weber finishes off a shorthanded 2-on-1 chance with defensive partner Roman Josi:

January 2015:

7) Pekka Rinne, while supposedly down-and-out, uses the back of his leg for a kick save:

8) James Neal cuts down Matt Niskanen's pass, skates in on Braden Holtby and tallies the game winner:

9) Mike Ribeiro puts a "little" sauce on his pass to Craig Smith for the game-winner in extra time:

February 2015:

10) Taylor Beck steals the puck from Sidney Crosby and Eric Nystrom fakes out Marc-Andre Fleury for a goal:

11) Carter Hutton lunges backward and spins to paddle the puck away just before it crosses the goal line:

12) Pekka Rinne stops three Sharks shooters from point-blank and makes a head/arm save after the whistle:

March 2015:

13) Taylor Beck dishes a no-look pass to Matt Cullen from his knees:

14) Mattias Ekholm splits the D, falls to his knees and then beats a stunned Carey Price to put the Preds up 1-0:

April 2015:

15) Mike Ribeiro registers his 500th career assist with a no-look dish to James Neal for an extra-attacker goal:

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