The Nashville Predators power play produced three goals in a win on Thursday, but last night the team was let down by missed chances with the man advantage.
A tough 3-1 loss to the Winnipeg Jets cost the Predators a chance to pass a team in the Western Conference standings. The one bright spot in the defeat, however, was Nashville forward Simon Moser registering his first NHL goal in just his fifth game with the Predators.
The team from Music City will now attempt to redeem the rest of their five-game home stand, the Predators have three more contests at Bridgestone Arena on the schedule this week.
One of the top teams in the league is up next on Tuesday night, not only are forward Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins set to be in town, but it’s possible Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne might see his first action since October.