The Nashville Predators Fight A Lot, But Aren't Particularly Good At It

It isn't a real problem, but it is a bummer.

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Jeremy Lauzon: 8 fights, 3-5-0 Via

The Predators fight leader and the NHL's hit leader with 313, Lauzon is building a pretty good resume throughout his career. He'll be turning 27 soon and already has 35 fights, and is having his best offensive season this year, while setting a career high in fights.

This year has been up and down in terms of Lauzon's record. He has lost to Adam Lowry, Nikita Zadorov, Nicolas Deslauriers, Nick Foligno, and Jacob Middleton. This season he's got a fight card that looks like a veteran fighter fed to former champions to help boost their records.

Lauzon has fight wins over a big hitter but bad fighter in Radko Gudas, beat up occasional fighter and St. Louis Blues' captain Brayden Schenn, and Sam Carrick, tough guy but not a great fighter.

Lauzon is technically the wins leader on the team, but has a losing record. His willingness and ability are still a good thing though for the Predators.

All in all with a 7-15-3 record the title belts likely aren't going to be marching down Broadway but nobody is going to get away without at least one fist flying at them.