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‘All in’ postseason has premature ending

This isn’t how the season was supposed to end for the Predators. This was supposed to be their year. But it wasn’t. Now a crucial off-season awaits…

 
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Giving credit where credit is due

Yes, the Predators could have been better. But the Coyotes deserved to advance.

 
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Season ends with Game 5 loss in Phoenix

The Predators had an abundance of scoring chances but simply could not figure out Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith, who made 32 saves in their 2-1 win tonight to advance to the Western Conference Finals.

 
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Morning Skate: Game 5 at Phoenix

Inside tonight’s Western Conference Semifinals Game Five between the (4) Predators and (3) Coyotes…

 
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Three reasons why the Preds can, can’t come back

Down 3-1 in the second round to Phoenix, here are three reasons why the Predators can and cannot pull off the comeback…

 
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Smashville On The Glass Podcast – Round 2 Roundtable

On this weekend’s podcast, four of us from Blogger’s Row had a roundtable discussion following last night’s Game 4 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes.

 
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One more thing: Preds on the brink of elimination

Following last night’s shutout loss in Game Four, the Predators are down 3-1 in the series and will make their way to Phoenix facing elimination. It obviously isn’t where they want to be heading into Monday’s do-or-die contest.

 
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Preds offense snuffed out in crucial shutout loss

The Predators had chances in Game Four. They outshot the Coyotes 25-24, missed on a few point-blank chances in the second period and came close in the third. The fact of the matter is, the Predators came up empty offensively in a game they had to win.

 
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