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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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Blue Jackets 4, Predators 3: Barry Trotz post-game audio

Predators head coach Barry Trotz speaks after a 4-3 overtime loss to Columbus…http://on.hulkcdn.com/static/embed.swf

 
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Know the Enemy: Wilson previews Columbus

Colin Wilson takes a look at tonight’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets…http://on.hulkcdn.com/static/embed.swf

 
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Morning Skate: Game 19 vs. Columbus

Game 19/82:Columbus Blue Jackets (3-13-2) @ Nashville Predators (10-5-3)7:00 CT… TV: FS-TN Players to watch:CBJ- Jeff CarterCarter picked up two assists in the season opener against Nashville. In five career

 
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Smashville On The Glass – Preds on a roll

On today’s show, Buddy Oakes and I discussed the team’s recent success and looked ahead to the next week of action. We also had a quick interview with Pekka Rinne,

 
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Bridgestone Arena public skate on Sunday

The Nashville Predators invite you to join GNASH and his friends for an evening of family fun at the Public Skate at Bridgestone Arena. You and your family will be

 
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Morning Skate: November 18

The Morning After:Yesterday’s results:Predators 4, Maple Leafs 1 Smashville 24/7 3 stars of the night:1. Martin Erat, NSH (2 goals)2. Sergei Kostitsyn, NSH (3 assists)3. Pekka Rinne, NSH (38 saves)

 
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Trotz displeased with Smith’s botched empty-netter

With 1:20 remaining in the third period of Thursday’s game and the Predators leading 3-1, forward Craig Smith had a chance to salt away the victory with an empty-net goal.

 
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