The Preds played a disheartening and bad game in Edmonton. Juuse Saros struggled to make the saves he was asked to make, but the team also suffered significant defensive breakdowns in front of him. The offense was lackluster, the penalties were bad, and Filip Forsberg and newcomer Nino Niederreiter looked like the only ones still really trying by the end of the game. Kiefer Sherwood, who took three penalties in Tuesday’s game, was put on waivers yesterday. Whether or not he gets claimed, he won’t be skating for the Preds tonight; who will be is a more interesting question. Some of the high-ceiling young talent in Milwaukee, like Phil Tomasino or Jusso Pärssinen, might get a look, but he could also be replaced by a grit guy.
They traded Matthew Tkachuk for Jonathan Huberdeau and MacKenzie Weegar. Johnny Gaudreau walked in free agency, ultimately signing with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Nazem Kadri, fresh off a Cup win, opted to sign with them—after the Flames traded Sean Monahan, once a keystone of their team before a series of gruesome injuries, for future considerations in order to clear the cap space to sign Kadri. That Kadri signing has worked out for them so far. Kadri leads the team in goals (5), points (10), and individual expected goals (4. 13, in all situations).
How to Watch, Live Stream Flames vs. PredsComing off a dramatic, comeback, overtime victory on Tuesday, the Nashville Predators are hoping to keep the wins coming as they host the Calgary Flames tonight at Bridgestone Arena. It's the third and final meeting of the season between the two clubs; Nashville is 1-0-1 thus far, including a 2-0 win in Calgary back in December. Nashville started their four-game home stand by scoring three goals in the final 11 minutes of regulation against St. Louis on Tuesday night before Filip Forsberg scored on a penalty shot in overtime, an outing good for two more points in the standings.
Game Preview: Nashville Predators @ Calgary Flames, 11/3/22The Nashville Predators continue their northwestern road trip tonight, facing off against the Calgary Flames in what could be less of a lopsided matchup than Tuesday’s game against the Edmonton Oilers. The Flames have had a bumpy start to the year after some significant roster changes, but their fifth-in-the-Pacific record is still a 5-3-0, and they enter tonight coming off a pair of one-goal losses to divisional rivals. The Nashville Predators I’m not sure we have 81 games of “the Preds didn’t look so good last game, so hopefully they look better tonight” in us as a crew—so hopefully they actually do look better tonight.
Johnny Gaudreau leads the Flames with 67 points, followed by Sean Monahan with 50 and Matthew Tkachuk with 39. Monahan has 27 goals on the season; Tkachuk and Micheal Ferland have both hit the 20-goal mark. Goaltender Mike Smith has been ruled out of tonight's game due to injury; backup netminder David Rittich is 5-2-2 on the season. Video: Forsberg, Ellis talk improving Preds' second periodsAll-Time Meetings:Nashville is 33-22-(4)-11 all-time against Calgary, including a 19-10-(1)-6 record at Bridgestone Arena.
And once Forsberg beat former Preds netminder Carter Hutton on a penalty shot in overtime to lift Nashville over St. Louis for a 4-3 win, it gave the Predators their 11th win in their last 16 tries and points in 15 of 16. Defenseman P. K. Subban continues to lead the team in scoring with 44 points, followed by Filip Forsberg with 39, and then Viktor Arvidsson and Kevin Fiala with 36 points apiece. Arvidsson and Fiala are also tied for the team lead with 18 goals each, Forsberg has 17 and Craig Smith has 16. Rinne is 29-8-4 overall, including a 10-0-1 mark in last 11 games. The Opposition:Calgary posted a three-game win streak earlier in the month but is coming off a 5-2 loss in Boston on Tuesday.
Tyler Toffoli has also been a key offensive contributor, following Kadri as second in all three categories, but by a sizable margin in points and ixG. Huberdeau has been more of a disappointment to the Flames. While he’s helped them generate lots of quality scoring chances, he hasn’t taken that many shots of his own and he mostly hasn’t been scoring on the ones he’s taken. The top line the Flames initially assembled—featuring Huberdeau, Toffoli, and Elias Lindholm—has gotten pretty much nothing for their genuinely good work so far this season, and Flames Head Coach Darryl Sutter has gotten out the line blender as a result. Honestly, Huberdeau is too good a player to be kept quiet for this long, especially if he starts seeing more icetime with Kadri, who has also been excellent and who’s just been rewarded more for it.
(Nick has some more discussion of the roster options in his announcement of the waiving, if you’re curious. ) Forsberg leads the team in points with 10, with Matt Duchene right behind him with 9. Mikael Granlund hasn’t been having a great season, but he’s still racking up the assists, so we can expect to see him getting some big ice time again tonight. Niederreiter and Ryan Johansen have been scoring goals; maybe we’ll get to see more of them. The Calgary Flames The Flames made some big changes to their roster this offseason.
Video: The Preds are 1-0-1 against the Flames this seasonWhen You Go:Arena doors open at 5:30 p. m. CT ahead of tonight's 7 p. puck drop. Watch & Listen:Tonight's game from Nashville comes with a 7 p. CT start time with Predators Live Pregame beginning at 6:30 p. on Fox Sports Tennessee. The game can also be heard on 102. 5 The Game and the Predators Radio Network. Plus, follow @PredsNHL on Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat for updates from Bridgestone Arena.
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In the previous eight meetings between the two clubs, Nashville is 4-0-4. The Preds have not lost to the Flames in regulation since March 29, 2015, and have picked up at least one point in 18 of their last 22 games. At home, Nashville has earned a point in four straight (1-0-3) and 12 of their last 13 (6-1-6) games versus Calgary. Notables Versus Calgary:Filip Forsberg recorded the first of his back-to-back hat tricks last season on Feb. 21 versus Calgary. He has eight points (6g-2a) in 12 career games against the Flames. Roman Josi has two goals and 14 assists in 19 career games against Calgary, while Kyle Turris is on a two-game point streak (4a) against Calgary, posting 13 points (5g-8a) in 17 career meetings with the Flames.
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