Filip Forsberg Breaks A Record, Preds Still The Team To Beat In The NHL

The Predators recorded their 23rd home win of the season last night in their win over the Winnipeg Jets, 3-1.

Filip Forsberg, Shea Weber, and James Neal were the goal scorers for the Preds and Pekka Rinne put in an incredible performance, stopping 32 of the 33 shots he faced. You can check out the game’s full recap here.

The Predators are back in action Saturday night as the New Jersey Devils visit Music City. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m. CST.

Your Predlines Headlines for today:

Forsberg sets rookie goal record in 3-1 victory – Penalty Box Radio

Forsberg jumped Alexander Radulov on the Preds’ rookie goal scoring list last night with his 19th. The oh-so-humble Forsberg reflected, saying “it feels good just being able to contribute to the team.”

Swimsuit Launch Week Diary Day 3 – Sports Illustrated

About halfway down the page you’ll see Seth Jones, Roman Josi, and Forsberg having a pretty good day with some supermodels. Not a bad day for the youngsters.

Jones, Josi anchor 5-on-3 kill in Predators win – Rinkside Report

Just passed the midway point of the final period last night the Preds found themselves in a hole with Winnipeg holding 1:08 of 5-on-3 play but Jones and Josi came up big to kill off the Jets power play.

Power Play: Nashville Wins Fourth In A Row, Beats Winnipeg 3-1 – Fox Sports TN

The power play looked fantastic in the win last night, and it showed on the scoreboard. Two of the three goals came on the man advantage.

Winnipeg wheels and deals; Predators prove they’re still the ones to beat – Nashville Post

Yes, yes they are. The Predators are battling through some adversity with Mattias Ekholm and Ryan Ellis still out of the lineup but this team continues to show their resiliency.