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Tootoo scores, frustrated after loss to Oilers

Jordin Tootoo collected his first goal of the season on Tuesday night, but that was the last thing on his mind as the Predators were blown out by a high-flying

 
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Oilers 6, Predators 2: Barry Trotz post-game audio

Barry Trotz speaks after tonight’s 6-2 loss to Edmonton…http://on.hulkcdn.com/static/embed.swf

 
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Know the Enemy: Blum previews Edmonton

Jonathon Blum takes a look at tonight’s game against the Oilers…http://on.hulkcdn.com/static/embed.swf

 
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Morning Skate: Game 20 vs. Edmonton

Game 20/82:Edmonton Oilers (10-8-2) @ Nashville Predators (10-5-4)7:00 CT… TV: FS-TN Players to watch:EDM- Ryan SmythThe veteran winger co-leads the Oilers in points (20) and has 37 points in 43

 
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Bouillon’s stability boosts defense’s consistency

In the first few weeks of the season the Predators’ defense was searching for answers and consistency. They got just that when Francis Bouillon returned to the lineup in late

 
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Lindback sharp, focused despite lack of starts

Predators goalie Pekka Rinne has started 18 of the team’s first 19 games this season, a 94.7 percentage. No other NHL goaltender has started that often this season, as Rinne

 
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Morning Skate: November 20

The Morning After:Yesterday’s results:Blue Jackets 4, Predators 3 (OT) Smashville 24/7 3 stars of the night:1. James Wisniewski, CBJ (game-winning goal, 1 assist, 5 shots)2. Rick Nash, CBJ (2 assists,

 
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Preds loss features ‘special teams war’, fortunate bounces

For the first time since Apr. 3, 2006 (17 games), the Columbus Blue Jackets escaped Nashville with a victory. James Wisniewski’s overtime winner gave the Blue Jackets a 4-3 overtime

 
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