After a hot Week 4, the Nashville Predators cooled off in Week 5. They won just one of the four games on their schedule, scoring in only two of them, to fall back into third place in the Central Division.
Nashville Predators By The Numbers
- 0 – The number of goals the Nashville Predators scored against Vancouver on Friday and Detroit on Saturday.
- 1 – The number of goals Vancouver scored on Pekka Rinne Friday night in Nashville.
- 2 – The number of points Nashville picked up in the standings from its four games during Week 5. Also the number of goals Shea Weber scored during Week 5 games.
- 3 – The number of players on the team with seven points through 19 games. Mike Fisher, Sergei Kostitsyn, and Shea Weber are all tied for third on the Nashville Predators in scoring with those seven points each.
- 4 – The number of boarding PIMs Rich Clune took during Week 5.
- 5 – The number of times the Nashville Predators have been shut out in their 19 games this season.
6 – The number of games Paul Gaustad has missed in two bouts with minor injuries this season.
- 8 – The number of goals Pekka Rinne gave up from January 31st through February 18th. Also the number of goals Pekka Rinne gave up from February 19th to February 23rd.
- 9 – The total number of goals the Nashville Predators scored in their four Week 5 games.
- 35 – The number of points team leader Colin Wilson is currently on pace to score.
- 49 – The team-leading number of shots Shea Weber has taken through 19 games.
- 99 – The combined number of goals and assists through 19 games from all 21 players to dress for the Nashville Predators this season. That’s exactly equal to the current combined point totals of Steven Stamkos (in 17 games), Thomas Vanek (in 18), Sidney Crosby (in 18), and John Tavares (in 18), the league’s four leading scorers.
- 422:22 – Second-year Nashville defenseman Roman Josi’s total time on ice through 19 games, which ranks 23rd among NHL skaters.
- 1,452.70 – The number of dollars Rich Clune was fined by the NHL for his hit on Aaron Palushaj in Nashville’s 6-5 loss to Colorado.
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