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Old 01-13-2015, 11:40 PM   #21
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PREDATORS GAMES #21-27

GAME #21 (15/11/2021)


Penguins 2
Predators 3

Shots on Goal: 31-39


Predators put up a fury of shots, edge out the Penguins in a tight 3-2 game. Sean Day had a very good game blocking two shots, having five shots on net, and ending up a +1 on the night. Zach Steppan, Filip Forsberg, and Craig Smith all had two point nights for the Predators. Good news for the Predators as Joe Vitale will return to the lineup from the injury list.

GAME #22 (17/11/2021)

Predators 1
Wild 2 (SO)

Shots on Goal: 26-45


Louis Philip Guindon single handedly earns the Predators a point by stopping 41 shots in regulation, but the Predators can’t close the deal as they fall to the Wild in a shootout. After a scorless overtime, the Wild would end the shootout after just two rounds following goals by Jonas Brodin and Nick Beaudoin and misses by Ed Sharp and Filip Forsberg. Nashville had penalty trouble all game as the powerplay chances were 5-0 in favor of the wild. Philip Holm had a solid day on the backend for the Predators blocking three shots, getting two shots on goal, and ending the game a +1. The top line for the Predators struggled managing only three shots in the game.


GAME #23 (18/11/2021)

Sharks 3 (SO)
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 28-31


Predators lose their second straight game in a shootout as Sharks come back in the third and proceed to take the game in a shootout. Erik Haula was very effective in limited ice time for the Predators as was the top line of Sharp, Backstrom, and Forsberg who scored both Predators goals and had 13 shots between the three of them. Sean Day had another good day on the blueline throwing five hits, blocking three shots, and ending the day a +1.


GAME #24 (21/11/2021)

Blues 3
Predators 6

Shots on Goal: 26-33


Predators offense comes alive in the third scoring four goals in the period on route to a 6-3 win. Nick Foligno and Craig Smith each who had a goal and an assist in the win. The Predators had a balanced attack with all four lines scoring goals. Trey Lewis play a good defensive game blocking four shots and throwing two hits for Nashville. Sean Day was once again solid blocking four shots and recording four hits.


GAME #25 (23/11/2021)

Wild 3
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 32-22


Wild hold the Predators to just 22 shots while Nick Beaudoin breaks a 2-2 tie late in the third period to get the Wild the win. Jake Milan had a phenomenal game – in addition to getting a goal and an assist he had five shots and four blocked shots. Filip Forsberg had a good game, but his linemates struggled. Craig Smith was held pointless but was one of the few Predators to get some pressure on Pekka Rinne having four shots on goal.


GAME #26 (25/11/2021)

Predators 4
Islanders 1

Shots on Goal: 34-26


Predators control the game, get one of their best performances of the year in 4-1 win over Islanders. Philip Holm was especially solid on the back end for the Predators blocking six shots and throwing three hits. Colin Martinhook also had a good game on defense for Nashville having four shots on net and finishing a +1. Craig Smith was dominant on the wing scoring once and leading the Predators with six shots on goal. The Predators once again got a balanced attack with all the lines showing their effectiveness at times.


GAME #27 (27/11/2021)

Predators 3
Devils 4

Shots on Goal: 27-41


Predators make furious comeback after trailing 3-0 after two periods, but fall 4-3 to the Devils. Craig Smith had a great game for the second night in a row, recording a goal and an assist and leading the team with six shots on net. Nick Foligno made an impact with his physical play recording five hits in the game. Philip Holm and Colin Martinhook struggled as a pairing in this one, getting pinned inside their own zone for much of the game.


RECORD AFTER 27 GAMES: 12-12-3
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Old 01-14-2015, 08:37 PM   #22
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Good job, keep it up. I just sent out a Tweet and Facebook message from the official FHM accounts about your dynasty, so hopefully you have a few new eyeballs soon
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I'm one of those new readers!!! Nice dynasty reports! If possible every once in a while can you post league leaders....maybe top 3 F, D, G and rookies....or screen shot of leadrboard
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I'm one of those new readers!!! Nice dynasty reports! If possible every once in a while can you post league leaders....maybe top 3 F, D, G and rookies....or screen shot of leadrboard
Glad you're enjoying this. I can post league leaders, but I doubt I'll do rookies as there is no filter for them as far as I know.
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Old 01-15-2015, 09:11 PM   #25
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Really like this so far. This is really good. Inspiring me to start my own up, now that I have rekindled my interest in FHM. Keep it up.
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Old 01-16-2015, 12:28 AM   #26
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PREDATORS GAMES #28-34

GAME #28 (29/11/2021)

Predators 3
Penguins 8

Shots on Goal: 38-43



Pittsburgh’s offense explodes for eight goals led by Sidney Crosby who had a goal, two assists and seven shots. The Milan-Lewis pairing had a tough time getting pinned in their own zone and ended the day a -3. The Bailey-Steppan-Vitale line had their chances, but also had numerous defensive breakdowns as the line ended the game tagged for a -3. Rookie winger Ed Sharp had a good game for the Predators, playing decent defensively and had five shots on goal and two hits.

GAME #29 (2/12/2021)

Predators 3
Capitals 2

Shots on Goal: 31-33



Predators rebound after 8-3 loss in Pittsburgh, to squeak out a tough fought road victory. Sean Day had a solid defensive game for Nashville having three shots on net, blocking three shots and finishing a +1. Erik Haula had a monster game for the Predators scoring once and leading the team with seven shots on net. Filip Forsberg was also good having an assist, finishing +1, and getting three shots and three hits helping lift the Predators to the 3-2 win. Felix Girard will reportedly be in the lineup for Nashville’s next game against Ottawa.


GAME #30 (5/12/2021)

Predators 1
Senators 3

Shots on Goal: 32-32



Semyon Varlamov makes 31 saves leading the Senators to a 3-1 victory of the Predators. The pairing of Trey Lewis and Colin Martinhook struggled getting pinned inside their own zone for much of the game and ending a -1. Nick Foligno was one of the better forwards for the Predators recording four shots on net as well as four hits. Erik Haula and Craig Smith also had a team leading four shots in the loss.


GAME #31 (7/12/2021)

Predators 3 (OT)
Leafs 2

Shots on Goal: 35-37



Mike Smith stops 35 of 37 shots, while Brent Seabrook scores the OT winner as the Predators defeat the Leafs by the score of 3-2. Sean Day had an excellent game manning the blue line for the Predators finishing with two assists, four blocked shots, four hits, and two takeaways. Brent Seabrook was also excellent defensively blocking seven shots in the win. Filip Forsberg was by far the best forward for Nashville leading the team with nine shots in addition to scoring a goal. Nick Foligno was solid despite being held pointless, finishing the game with five shots.

GAME #32 (10/12/2021)

Blackhawks 2
Predators 1

Shots on Goal: 34-20



Chicago holds Nashville to just 20 shots on goal while Teuvo Teravainen scores the game winning goal early in the third to give the Blackhawks the 2-1 victory on the road. The bottom two lines for the Predators struggled in this game, not generating much offense, and with the Haula-Vitale-Bailey line finishing a -1. Philip Holm had an unproductive game on the blue line, getting pinned inside his own zone for much of the action.

GAME #33 (12/12/2021)

Stars 3
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 34-19



Stars dominate the shot clock, allow just three shots in the third period to preserve the 3-2 win. It was a rough day for Sean Day who was a -2 in nine minutes of play before leaving with an injury. Trey Lewis had a solid game defensively blocking four shots. The top line for the Predators was held at bay, ending the game with no goals and just three shots on goal. Craig Smith was arguably Nashville’s best forward finishing with an assist three shots, and a hit. More bad news was announced after the game when it was reported that Sean Day would be out 3 months with a knee injury.

GAME #34 (14/12/2021)

Avalanche 4
Predators 0

Shots on Goal: 29-16



Predators manage just sixteen shots on goal, Avalanche cruise to 4-0 shutout victory over a Predators team missing their top defenseman. Philip Holm and Brent Seabrook struggled on the top paring finishing the game a combined -4 with just three shots on net. Ed Sharp led the team with three shots on goal, and threw two hits but also had turnover problems giving the puck away three times. Nick Foligno played a good physical game leading the team with five hits.

RECORD AFTER 34 GAMES: 14-17-3
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Almost .500. What do the Flyers look like, if you don't mind me asking. Saw they got McDavid which is awesome!
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PREDATORS GAMES #35-41

GAME #35 (16/12/2021)

Predators 2
Hurricanes 4

Shots on Goal: 25-36



Hurricanes control the flow of the game, and Matt Olson and Franklin Peterson each have a goal and an assist as the Predators fall 4-2. Matt Boyle and Trey Lewis struggled for the Predators finishing the game with just one shot on goal and a -1 rating. Philip Holm was very good defensively for Nashville blocking four shots and ending the game +2. Felix Girard was one of the best forwards for Nashville, recording three shots on net and five hits.

GAME #36 (17/12/2021)

Predators 4
Bruins 5

Shots on Goal: 36-41



Jan Kovar’s goal late in the third breaks a 4-4 tie as the Bruins squeak out a win against Nashville in a high scoring affair. The paring of Jake Milan and Simon Karlsson struggled with each ending the game a -2. Felix Girard had another good game for Nashville finishing with five shots in addition to scoring a goal. Filip Forsberg was perhaps even better finishing with a goal, six shots, and four hits.

GAME #37 (20/12/2021)

Senators 0
Predators 1

Shots on Goal: 32-37



Louis-Philip Guindon make 32 saves, and Nick Foligno scores the only goal of the game as the Predators snap their five game losing streak with a 1-0 win. Philip Holm had a great game patrolling the blue line for Nashville finishing with three shots on goal and four blocked shots. Nick Foligno was the best forward for Nashville leading the team with seven shots and four hits in addition to scoring the only goal of the game. Joe Vitale also had a strong game finishing with four shots and a takeaway in just over thirteen minutes of ice time.

GAME #38 (22/12/2021)

Predators 0
Oilers 3

Shots on Goal: 22-39



Oilers dominate Predators, Jack Campbell makes 22 saves as the Oilers cruise to a 3-0 victory. Matt Boyle and Trey Lewis struggled on the blue line for Nashville each ending the game at -2. The Oilers did a good job containing the Predators top line who were held to five shots in the game. The Haula-Smith-Foligno line struggled unable to generate any offense and being on the ice for two of the three Oilers goals. Josh Bailey was one of the few who had a strong game for the Predators, finishing with four shots. Brent Seabrook returns to the lineup for the Predators next game against the Canucks.


TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT:
Canucks trade 34 year-old LW Nick Foligno, the rights to 19-year old C Sergei Adigamov, and a 4th round draft pick in 2024 to the Columbus Blue Jackets for 20-year old RD Jammu Parkkonen.

Foligno has 18 points in 33 games this year for the Predators while Adigamov has 6 points in 37 games in the KHL. Parkkonen has 21 points in 36 games for the Columbus Blue Jackets this year.

Jammu Parkkonen is a former first round pick who has had a great start to his young NHL career. Already playing big time minutes at 20-years of age, Parkkonen is an smooth skater who excels in his own end of the ice. He is competent at getting the puck out of his own end, and is a great puck handler for a defenseman but his instincts in the offensive zone leave something to be desired.


GAME #39 (23/12/2021)

Predators 5
Canucks 4

Shots on Goal: 32-38



Predators get redemption after 7-0 loss on opening night with a 5-4 win in Jammu Parkkonen’s first game as a Nashville Predator. Brent Seabrook played a good game in his first game back, registering three shots and three blocked shots. The top line had their chances, and scored twice, but also struggled with some defensive assignments finishing the game a -2. Felix Girard had a good game for Nashville scoring a goal while ending up with four shots on goal while throwing four hits.


GAME #40 (27/12/2021)

Wild 5
Predators 1

Shots on Goal: 27-26



Louis-Philip Guindon has a rough game letting in five goals on just 27 shots, while Pekka Rinne closes the door on the Predators forwards. Jake Milan struggled defensively spending most of the game in his own end and finishing the game -2. The Girard-Mohler-Smith line also struggled ending up -2 on the game, although Brett Mohler led the team with four takeaways, and Felix Girard led the team with seven hits.

GAME #41 (29/12/2021)

Predators 2
Stars 3

Shots on Goal: 27-32



Stars score twice in the third period to come back from a 2-1 deficit after fourty minutes of play, to escape with a 3-2 win. The top line for Nashville generated plenty of chances with 13 shots on net, but struggled defensively ending the game a combined -5. Trey Lewis and Colin Martinhook struggled defensively for the Preadtors, each ending the game -2. Brent Seabrook played a solid game finishing with three shots on goal and four blocked shots.
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MID SEASON UPDATE

Record: 16-22-3
Record this quarter: 7-12-2
Goal Differential: -23
SF60: 30.2
SA60: 33.9

Skater Stats:



Goalie Stats:



PROSPECT OVERVIEW:
Alex Peters, 24, RD, 0GP 0-0-0 (ECHL)
Anthony Raymond, 19, LW, 17GP 7-6-13 (NCAA)
Alexis Hevey, 18, G, 9GP .890Sv% (QMJHL)
Niklas Khoroshun, 18, LD, 5GP 0-0-0 (KHL)
Angus Soquila, 18, LD, 22GP 3-6-9 (MJHL)
Ahvo Hiden, 21, C, 35GP 2-8-10 (SML)
Jyrki Antonen, 18, C, 15GP 10-8-18 (Jr A SM)
Sam Hoban, 22, LD, 0GP 0-0-0 (ECHL)
Frederic Rodier, 18, C, 11GP 4-5-9 (U20)
Bryan Yuen, 19, C, 32GP 8-9-17 (OHL)
Frederick Lundh, 18, LW, 29GP 1-3-4 (ALL)
Spencer Read, 20, LD, 13GP 0-5-5 (SPHL)
Andrei Beriev, 18, RW, 17GP 2-4-6 (VHL)
Mahir Madeley, 21, LD, 10GP 1-0-1 (KHL)
Michael Halata, 20, RW, 28GP 5-1-6 (KHL)
Jeff Schultz, 21, LW, 27GP 9-19-28 (ECHL)
Vladimir Grachev, 22, RW, 25GP 2-3-5 (KHL)
Bob Lee, 20, RD, 11GP 1-2-3 (NCAA)
Viktor Persson, 21, RW, 34GP 6-10-16 (SHL)
Oliver Cameron, 18, C, 40GP 7-10-17 (WHL)
Steve Blair, 19, LD, 18GP 0-6-6 (NCAA)
Carlo Turcotte, 20, RD, 30GP 2-12-14 (AHL)
Lee Martin, 20, G, 17GP .904Sv% (AHL)
Brandon Justin, 21, LW, 28GP 6-10-16 (ECHL)
Andrew Elie, 21, C, 9GP 5-3-8 (ACAC)
Matt O’Neill, 20, LW, 20GP 5-6-11 (ECHL)
Ilnar Terpilovsky, 22, RD, 22GP 2-9-11 (VHL)
Nolan O’Flannelly, 20, LD, 13GP 3-5-8 (SJHL)
Emil Sebrle, 22, RW, 16GP 1-1-2 (KHL)
Troy Grahl, 26, RD, 30GP 2-11-13 (AHL)
Jake Moscatel, 26, RW, 2GP 2-0-2 (AHL)
R.J Reed, 24, LW, 30GP 4-4-8 (AHL)
Myles Austin, 22, G, 10GP .909Sv% (AHL)
Connor Walters, 24, RD, 11GP 1-2-3 (AHL)
Filip Ondracek, 23, C, 21GP 4-5-9 (CZ1)
Taylor Maruya, 26, C, 28GP 8-6-14 (AHL)
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AROUND THE NHL

STANDINGS

Atlantic
Boston – 53 Points
Ottawa – 47 Points
Buffalo – 46 Points
Tampa Bay – 43 Points
Montreal – 42 Points
Toronto – 40 Points
Detroit – 31 Points
Flordia – 30 Points

Metropolitan
New Jersey – 53 Points
Philadelphia – 50 Points
Columbus – 48 Points
Pittsburgh – 48 Points
Washington – 48 Points
New York Rangers – 45 Points
New York Islanders – 44 Points
Carolina – 42 Points

Pacific
Arizona – 56 Points
Anaheim – 46 Points
San Jose – 43 Points
Edmonton – 40 Points
Vancouver – 40 Points
Calgary – 39 Points
Los Angeles – 30 Points

Central
Minnesota – 50 Points
St. Louis – 46 Points
Colorado – 43 Points
Winnipeg – 43 Points
Dallas – 41 Points
Chicago – 38 Points
Nashville – 35 Points


LEAGUE LEADERS - ALL PLAYERS

Points
Juha Nousiainen (VAN) - 44
Sam Reinhart (NJ) - 43
Sidney Crosby (PIT) - 42
Nail Yakupov (EDM) - 41
Cody Eakin (DAL) - 41

Goals
Taylor Hall (PHI) - 24
Nail Yakupov (EDM) - 24
Viktor Arvidsson (CBJ) - 23
Ty Rattie (ARI) - 23
Petr Straka (ARI) - 22

Assists
Cody Eakin (DAL) - 28
Sam Reinhart (NJ) - 27
Drew Carveth (VAN) - 26
Alex Pietrangelo (STL) - 26
Sam Henderson (NYI) - 25

LEAGUE LEADERS - DEFENSEMAN

Points
Dougie Hamilton (CBJ) - 31
Alex Pietrangelo (STL) - 31
Aaron Ekblad (FLA) - 29
Ryan Pulock (DAL) - 29
Tristan Pousse (BUF) - 28

Goals
Dougie Hamilton (CBJ) - 9
Aaron Ekbald (FLA) - 8
Michal Gutwald (DAL) - 8
Kevin Shattenkirk (EDM) - 8
James Moore (NYI) - 7

Assists
Alex Pietrangelo (STL) - 26
Tristan Pousse (BUF) - 25
Erik Gudbranson (FLA) - 24
Ryan Pulock (DAL) - 24
Nikals Hjalmarsson (WAS) - 23

LEAGUE LEADERS - GOALIES

Wins
Cory Crawford (CHI) - 18
Pekka Rinne (MIN) - 18
Thatcher Demko (DAL) -17
Josh Gibson (ANA) - 17
Brandon Halverson (PIT) - 17

GAA
Jonas Johansson (OTT) - 2.06
Henrik Lundqvist (BUF) - 2.07
Austin Lotz (NJ) - 2.31
Kari Lehtonen (NYR) - 2.39
Brandon Halverson (PIT) - 2.42

Save Percentage
Jonas Johansson (OTT) - .938
Austin Lotz (NJ) - .930
Henrik Lundqvist - .929
Kari Lehtonen - .925
Sergei Bobrovsky - .921
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Almost .500. What do the Flyers look like, if you don't mind me asking. Saw they got McDavid which is awesome!
The Flyers have kind of been a fringe playoff team the last little while. They have Connor McDavid and Taylor Hall but no real supporting cast.
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Ooph, looks like you've hit a bit of a rough patch. It does look like you have some talent on your team though, so maybe next year is the year? Keep up the good work.
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The Flyers have kind of been a fringe playoff team the last little while. They have Connor McDavid and Taylor Hall but no real supporting cast.
How the heck did the Flyers get Taylor Hall???
Hope they got a good return
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NASHVILLE PREDATORS GAMES #42-48

GAME #42

Bruins 2
Predators 4

Shots on Goal: 32-27


Predators score two third period goals to get the 4-2 win over the Bruins. Jake Milan had a fantastic game for the Predators, scoring a goal recording four shots on net, and leading the team with seven blocked shots. The top line for Nashville was buzzing around the Bruins net all game, ending with ten shots and one goal. Colin Martinhook had a quiet game, being a non-factor for most of the contest.

GAME #43

Predators 2
Panthers 7

Shots on Goal: 36-34



Panther offense explodes in 7-2 lead by Paul Bittner who had 2 goals and an assist. The Lewis-Martinhook pairing had a very rough outing finishing -3 in just nine and a half minutes of ice time. The top pairing of Holm-Parkkonen didn’t fare any better finishing -3. The top line was a bright spot for the Predators finishing with thirteen shots on goal and an even rating. Unfortuanately, the depth lines for the Predators struggled defensively.

GAME #44

Predators 4 (OT)
Sabres 3

Shots on Goal: 33-41



Ed Sharp scores the game winning goal in overtime as Predators get a hard earned 4-3 victory on the road. Philip Holm had a nice bounce back game recording an assist, three shots on goal, and a couple of blocked shots. Rookie, Ed Sharp had a great game scoring a goal, while racking up three shots and six hits. The fourth line played a solid game in their limited time on the ice. Filip Forsberg, despite finishing pointless and -1, had a good game registering four shots on net and four hits.

GAME #45

Predators 2
Flyers 5

Shots on Goal: 31-27



Mike Smith has a rough game allowing five goals on just 27 shots, while Connor McDavid, Claude Giroux, and Hunter Shinkaruk all have two assists in the 5-2 win. The Milan-Seabrook pairing struggled in this one, getting pinned in their own zone for much of the game on route to finishing -2. Felix Girard had a great game for the Predators finishing with six shots, three hits, and three takeaways. The Bailey-Haula-Vitale line struggled defensively ending the game a -2.

GAME #46

Leafs 6
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 31-33



Toronto score four goals in the first, cruise to a 6-2 victory over the Predators. The Seabrook-Milan pairing struggled, getting pinned inside their own zone for extended periods of time and finishing -3, although they did throw five hits each. Nashville’s top line had their chances, generating eight shots, but had some defensive breakdowns finishing the night -2. The fourth line was solid for the Predators despite finishing -1, sustaining consistent offensive pressure throughout the game.

GAME #47

Hurricanes 2
Predators 1

Shots on Goal: 38-33



Louis-Philip Guindon makes 36 saves, but the offense can’t pick him up as the Predators drop their third straight, this time by a 2-1 margin. Jammu Parkkonen was good for the Predators recording two shots, two blocked shots, and finishing the game a +1. The pairing of Trey Lewis and Colin Martinhook struggled, unable to get any offense going and finishing the game -1. Josh Bailey had a very good game despite being held without point, leading the team with five shots on goal while throwing two hits. Filip Forsberg also had a good game registering four shots on goal, three hits, and two takeaways.

GAME #48

Kings 4
Predators 1

Shots on Goal: 30-23



Predators manage just 23 shots, as they fall to the Kings 4-1 on home ice. The top pairing of Parkkonen and Holm had a rough game, finishing a combined -3 with just one shot on goal. The top line struggled to generate any sort of consistent offensive finishing the game with just three shots on goal. The Haula-Bailey-Vitale line struggled defensively finishing the game -2. Pontus Aberg played an excellent game for the Predators registering three shots in just over seven and a half minutes of ice time. After the game it was announced that Louis-Philip Guindon would be day to day with hip injury.

TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT:

Predators trade 27 year-old C Felix Girard and 36-year old Joe Vitale in exchange for 20-year old C Yves Blanchette, 37 year-old RW Rick Nash, and 28 year old RD Andy Welinski.

Girard has 11 points in 32 games for the Predators this season while Vitale has 5 points in 28 games for Nashville. Blanchette has 2 points in 37 games for the Oilers, Nash has 19 points in 43 games with the Oilers, and Welinksi has 0 points in 2 games in the AHL.

Yves Blanchette is a big center who has great playmaking ability, a good shot, decent physicality, and a responsible defensive game. Yves biggest weaknesses are his hockey sense and his foot speed.

Rick Nash is expected to fill in on the 2nd line, while Yves Blanchette is penciled in the 3C spot.

RECORD AFTER 48 GAMES: 18-27-3

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PREDATORS GAMES #49-55

GAME #49

Predators 4 (SO)
Sharks 3

Shots on Goal: 28-32



Predators snap four game losing streak as Josh Bailey scores the shootout winner lifting the Predatros to a 4-3 win over the Sharks. Yves Blanchette made an impact in his first game as a Nashville Predator scoring a shorthanded goal and registering three shots. Philip Holm played a great defensive game recording six blocked shots and four hits. Filip Forsberg was good despite not registering a point finishing with four shots and two hits.

GAME #50

Canucks 7
Predators 8

Shots on Goal: 37-31



Predators score five third period goals, coming back from 7-4 down to win a wild game by the score of 8-7. The top pairing of Jammu Parkkonen and Philip Holm played a good game, each finishing +2 and combining for seven blocked shots and five hits. Nicklas Backstrom had a monster game finishing with two goals and two assists and five shots on goal. Rick Nash had also had a very good game finishing with two points and a team high six hits.

Predators renew Brett Mohler for 2-years at $825K.

Predators renew Sean Day for 5-years at $2.66M.

GAME #51

Predators 1
Ducks 3

Shots on Goal: 26-28



John Gibson makes 25 saves and the Ducks get points from eight different players on route to a 3-1 victory. Despite getting a helper on the only goal of the game for the Preadtors, Philip Holm struggled defensively ending the game -2. Jake Milan had a solid game manning the blue line for Nashville racking up two shots, three blocked shots, and three hits. Craig Smith had a fantastic game for Nashville scoring the only goal of the game and leading the team with a game high eight shots. The Bailey-Haula-Nash line struggled going -2 on the night.


GAME #52

Predators 3
Flames 2

Shots on Goal: 37-41



Mike Smith makes 39 saves while the Predators get points from eight different players as the Predators get the win in a tough fought battle on the road. Colin Martinhook played a solid defensive game recording two shots, two blocked shots, and two hits. Despite not scoring a point, Yves Blanchette had an excellent game leading the Predators with a team high five shots on net. Louis-Phillip Guindon is expected to return from injury.

GAME #53

Lightning 6
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 33-28



Jonathan Toews and Nikolai Goldobin score twice as the Lightning’s offense comes alive putting up a six spot on the Predators. The top pairing of Parkkonen and Holm struggled defensively ending the game -3. The top line for Nashville had a very rough game ending up -4 on the night. Craig Smith had a good game in limited minutes finishing with two shots, two missed shots, and three takeaways.

GAME #54 (26/1/2022)

Predators 1
Blues 2 (OT)

Shots on Goal: 32-25



Cory Crawford makes 31 saves and Max Pacioretty scores the overtime winner as the Blues defeat the Predators by the score of 2-1. Brent Seabrook had a solid game for the Predators finishing with an assist and four blocked shots, but he did have turnover problems giving the puck away three times. The top line had another rough game for the Predators, being on the ice for Blues goals. Rick Nash had a good game for Nashville recording four shots and three missed shots in the losing effort.

GAME #55 (28/1/2022)

Jets 0
Predators 2

Shots on Goal: 34-31



Louis-Philip Guindon steals the spotlight making 34 saves while Rick Nash provides the scoring as the Predators get the 2-0 shutout victory. The top pairing of Holm and Parkkonen played a solid defensive game, finishing +1 with five shots. Jammu Parkkonen also had three takeaways. Aside from Rick Nash, who was the best forward for Nashville, Craig Smith and Filip Forsberg had solid games registering five and four shots respectively. Ed Sharp played a good physical game, leading the team with four hits.

RECORD AFTER 55 GAMES: 22-29-4
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What I want to know is why is Pekka not on the Predators anymore? the guy is an all-star and I do not see much of a return on the team. I love the team and this dynasty however! hope the Preds can bounce back.
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What I want to know is why is Pekka not on the Predators anymore? the guy is an all-star and I do not see much of a return on the team. I love the team and this dynasty however! hope the Preds can bounce back.
Rinne was lost to free agency. Rinne was old and not really all-star caliber anymore (more of an average starting goaltender) and the CPU didn't trade him when his value was still high. The CPU doesn't make the smartest decisions in this game, especially with the Nashville Predators who I deliberately picked because they looked like they had the most ****ed roster in the game.

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That really is a shame that he isn't still around. I always hoped Pekka would retire a Pred. And I didn't know you simply simulated to 2021 or whatever that is really interesting I will have to try something like that.
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That really is a shame that he isn't still around. I always hoped Pekka would retire a Pred. And I didn't know you simply simulated to 2021 or whatever that is really interesting I will have to try something like that.
Yeah I simulated to 2021 because I like to play with the CPU generated players. I know a lot prefer the real players, but it always annoys me when they don't perform/develop like how I think they should. Don't have that with CPU generated guys.
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I'm along for the ride living vicariously through your writing! <grin>

It's probably something simple, but how are you getting the player stats to export to spreadsheets? I'd love to be able to do that but haven't found the conversion easy to do. I'm working with Office 2010.

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