Snipers are Sniping
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For only the 2
time in franchise history, the Predators are boasting a pair of 30 goal scorers. Snipers
each have 31 on the season and are both Top-4 in terms of
in Nashville franchise history.
Forsberg has done most of his work down the back half of the season after a slow start, meaning his game has been refined and is ready to unload in the postseason (see: last year’s hat-trick dropped on Chicago). His form has been found on the 2nd forward line alongside 20-goal scorer Craig Smith and veteran assist-machine Mike Ribeiro– a trio which spent the better part of a month, not all too long ago, torching nets and looking like arguably the best line in the sport.
The reason why all this 2nd line scoring is possible? Simple:
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