They can't get no satisfaction. At least not yet.
It's no secret the Nashville Predators have done well for themselves in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs thus far. Sure, the Preds locker room was jovial after completing the franchise's first-ever series sweep last week, but even moments after the Round Two berth was secured, another attitude was also present, no matter whose stall one paid a visit to.
The Predators know what the postseason entails, and a laser-like focus was already emanating by the time the media entered the room to discuss what was, and what is still to come. And it's that mindset, the Preds hope, which will continue to help them in Round Two against St. Louis.
It was around this time last year that the Preds had defeated the Anaheim Ducks in seven games, the first such victory in club history. Just as a team learns and grows on the ice, it's how they handle situations such as those, that can change from year to year, and many believe it has.