Kyle Turris recorded three points and the Nashville Predators came back to defeat the Arizona Coyotes, 3-2, on Thursday night at Gila River Arena. The result gives the Predators points in 13 consecutive road games to tie a franchise record, as well as points in 13 straight overall.
It's been the same impressive story on the road as of late - Nashville has now trailied in five consecutive contests away from Bridgestone Arena, only to come back and win each one of them. And on Thursday in the desert, it was a former Coyotes forward in Turris who played the role of hero.
"We're confident in our abilities," Turris said. "We just stick with it, we don't panic and we just find ways to win."
"I thought our guys played well tonight," Predators Head Coach Peter Laviolette said. "It was tough going on the road, traveling the distance, changing time zones, but I thought we played a pretty good game. It wasn't overly exciting, but it was steady."