Looking Back at the Five Best Regular Seasons in Nashville Predators History

The Predators just set a franchise record for point streak at 16 games after beating another one of the NHL's heavyweights, the Florida Panthers.

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Proving once again that the Nashville Predators can defeat one of the best teams in the NHL, and this time the victim of the Predators is the Florida Panthers.

The Predators have reached a 16-game point streak, which is a franchise record that beats the previous longest point streak set during their Presidents Trophy season in 2017-18.

What is most impressive about this point streak is they're not even having to rely on going to overtime all that much. During this point streak they are 14-0-2 and all of the wins are regulation wins. They have a scoring margin of +39 during the point streak and have taken down notable opponents such as the Avalanche, Jets, Golden Knights, Kings and Panthers.

So with this laid out, are we starting to witness one of the better regular season teams in franchise history? It's clear this team was going to be a work-in-progress and it would take some time, maybe over a full year, to see it hit its peak performance level.

After an up-and-down start and looking like a for sure outsider to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they have rallied over the last five weeks.

But before we get too ahead of ourselves with 12 games remaining in this current regular season, let's look back at the five best regular seasons in Nashville Predators history.