Nashville Predators

Josi gives Predators 3-2 win over Blackhawks in OT


In overtime, Josi took a pass from Granlund, carried the puck on the right side, cut to the slot and then slipped a shot under goalie Malcolm Subban.


Just inside the Chicago blue line, Trenin stole the puck from Blackhawks defenseman Nikita Zadorov and beat Subban with a quick wrist shot for his first of the season.


Chicago regained the lead at 11:43 of the second when Janmark stepped in front of Matt Duchene’s pass attempt and went in on Rinne on a clear breakaway and beat him to the stick side with a wrist shot.


After playing their first three home games in front of a few friends and family members, the Predators allowed some fans into Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday night.


As part of a collaborative process with local health authorities, the Predators are using a phased-in plan to gradually increase attendance as the season progresses.


Nashville was scheduled to play Carolina on Monday and Tuesday last week, but COVID-19 issues with the Hurricanes prevented the second game from taking place.






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