Mike Fisher and company know they can be and have to be better. They also know time is running out for them to get into the series.
During the second intermission of last night’s Game Two between the Predators and Coyotes, NBC Sports Network studio analyst Keith Jones had some harsh words for the play of Alexander Radulov.
Down 0-2, everyone knows the odds aren’t in the Predators’ favor to come out on top in their second-round series against the Coyotes. It’s a steep hill to climb, but it’s not impossible.
Uncharacteristic defensive breakdowns proved costly in the Predators’ 5-3 loss tonight in Phoenix in Game Two.
Inside tonight’s Western Conference Semifinals Game Two between the (4) Predators and (3) Coyotes…
“To me it was obvious,” Predators head coach Barry Trotz said of Shea Weber’s Norris Trophy nomination.
Despite outshooting the Coyotes 42-24, the Predators never held a lead in tonight’s game. After many prime chances in overtime for the Predators went by the wayside, forward Ray Whitney capitalized on an out-of-nowhere opportunity to give the Coyotes a 4-3 win and 1-0 series lead.
The following is a press release from the Predators… Nashville, Tenn. (April 27, 2012) – The Nashville Predators will host Games Three and Four of their 2012 Western Conference Semifinals