Nashville Predators News & Notes
Recap: Nashville Predators 1, Arizona Coyotes 4: Kuemper Dominates, Preds Can’t Finish in the Third | On the Forecheck
An overturned goal and red-hot goaltending spoiled an otherwise solid effort by the Preds yesterday.
Now I understand that being down 2-1 in the series obviously isn’t fun, but if you came here to wallow in misery I’ve got news for you. We aren’t doing that here. We’re doing the opposite of wallowing in misery. We’re reveling in optimism!
NHL announces start times for Friday’s Stanley Cup Qualifier games | Sportsnet
As for the game tomorrow, we’re unfortunately looking at aonother 1:30 PM (Central Time) start.
Other Hockey News & Notes
Panthers avoid elimination, beat Islanders 3-2 in Game 3 | TSN
Big Brian Boyle and the Florida Panthers live to fight another day.
Lightning survive another rally as they defeat Bruins 3-2 on Tyler Johnson’s game winner | Raw Charge
The top seed in the East is in Tampa Bay’s hands.
Colorado Avalanche get balanced performance in 4-0 win over Dallas Stars | Mile High Hockey
The Avalanche continue their perfect run through the Round Robin.
Maple Leafs’ task gets tougher with Muzzin out for Blue Jackets series | Sportsnet
The Maple Leafs will be relieved by the latest news on Jake Muzzin, but his injury means Toronto will be without a key player for the remainder of its qualifying-round series – a large absence to overcome.
Blue Jackets’ Dubois won’t be disciplined for Muzzin cross-check | Sportsnet
Speaking of Muzzin, Columbus Blue Jackets forward Pierre-Luc Dubois won’t see any supplementary discipline for his cross-check against the Maple Leafs defender.
Despite being swept, the NY Rangers have a lot to look forward to | The Hockey News
The New York Rangers were the first playoff casualty of 2020 after getting swept in three games by Carolina. But success is on the horizon, and there are many reasons to be pumped if you’re a fan of the Blueshirts.
Seattle Kraken devour Knights’ expansion launch mark | ESPN
Literally no one should be surprised by this.
The Canucks’ star power will decide their fate, for better or worse | The Hockey News
The Wild can’t match the Canucks’ top-end talent. In Game 1, Minnesota contained it. In Game 2, Vancouver’s big guns dominated. They’re needed more than ever with injuries piling up among their depth forwards.