Predators on the right side of a comeback
The Stars are one of those teams that look great on paper but will figure out a way to come up just short in April. Until they prove me wrong, I’ll have a hard time trusting them. With that said, their top line is as deadly as any. The Predators were trailing by two goals heading into the third period on the road. The Stars had two goals from two of their top scorers, Tyler Seguin and Jason Spezza. The streaky Ben Bishop was also playing well in net.
Less than a minute into the third, the momentum shifted towards Nashville on a goal from Ryan Johansen. A rare goal from Yannick Weber tied the game, but Dallas rallied back to take the lead. The Predators were playing to keep their undefeated road streak alive and take it to eight-straight to start the season. In overtime, Mattias Ekholm scored on a beautiful setup from Kyle Turris. Seeing all of the Predators fans cheer in enemy territory always gives me chills.
The Predators haven’t looked quite as sharp since this electrifying win, but this is one we’ll remember for a while. Winning these division games will play a major factor later down the road. Here’s a refresher on that game-winning goal from