clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Wednesday's Dump & Chase: Break Through

New, comments

We're winning again.

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Last night the Nashville Predators rallied for a huge comeback win against the St. Louis Blues. The game had everything we've been missing, Filip Forsberg scoring goals, those Collin Wilson, Mike Fisher, Viktor Arvidsson playoff magic moments, free Frosties...it was a solid win.

The Predators have to keep the momentum going Thursday as they take on the Minnesota Wild, who haven't been the complete disaster we all thought they would be this season. Until then, embrace the win.

All the Hockey

Preds Score Six Unanswered, Come Back to Defeat Blues - Nashville Predators
The Predators have had a hard time winning games when they fall behind early. Last night was a good show of not letting frustration get the best of them.

Predators rally from 3 goals down to beat Blues - The Tennessean
Every time Forsberg scores a goal it's like a weight has been lifted. Now if it could stay lifted that would be great.

St. Louis Blues try and sort out road woes against Nashville Predators | FOX Sports
They didn't, but Nashville knows how frustrating it can be to not win on the road. Nashville definitely knows.

Down Goes Brown: 10 NHL own goals worth remembering - Sportsnet.ca
Check out Nashville's moment at number five. In case you're still harboring any Ryan Suter resentment or really need another reason to hate Corey Perry.

NHL gives more details for 100th anniversary season - Yahoo Sports
The NHL is getting ready for a shindig during 2017.

Shootout dying off as NHL angles away from unfashionable tiebreaker - Toronto Sun
I don't think so, the shootout will never die.

Why the NHL should add a postseason play-in game - ABC News
Not enough drama? Please see any hockey game ever.

Actor, NHL fan Alan Thicke passes away at 69 - Sportsnet.ca
Really sad to hear about this, but the story about Wayne Gretzky being his nanny and house sitting is pretty funny. Rest in peace, Alan.