Nashville’s Comeback Win In Florida, Mike Fisher’s Impact This Season

How about that comeback win yesterday? First a Seth Jones slapper, followed by a Filip Forsberg signature wrist-shot, then an entertaining shootout with Forsberg tallying the winner off of Panthers’ netminder Roberto Luongo’s pad making things look easy. You can read the full game recap here.

The Predators next game comes tomorrow night as the Tampa Bay Lightning come to town. No local TV, so let’s all be friends and (GIVE ME) share our NHL Gamecenters.

Your Predlines Headlines for today:

Rick Nash’s legacy, handicapping the Calder race – Sports Illustrated

Forsberg is the top vote here. No surprise there. One writer tosses in Dallas Stars John Klingberg into the mix; January’s NHL rookie of the month.

Mike Fisher’s Far-Reaching Impact – Predators Official Site

“He has managed 13 goals in his 30 games. That’s a pace that would project to over 35 goals (25 goals is his career high) over the full 82-game schedule.”

Admirals Sweep the Weekend; def Rochester 6-5 in OT – Admirals Roundtable

Sounds like an exciting back and forth hockey game. With the win, the Ads now have a two point advantage over the Rockford IceHogs for first in the Midwest Division.

NHL Power Rankings: Week 18 – FanSided NHL

The Preds take over the top spot for the week with the emphasis coming from the return of Pekka Rinne.

How the Nashville Predators survived without Pekka Rinne – Today’s Slapshot

Well, Carter Hutton played really well plus putting the puck into the back of the net helped quite a bit as well.

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