Predators win 3rd straight game 4-2 in Toronto - WKRN News 2

Predators win 3rd straight game 4-2 in Toronto


The Nashville Predators peppered the Toronto net dominating the Maple Leafs 4-2 Thursday night in Canada.

It's a complete reversal of fortune for the Nashville Predators who have gone from a four game losing streak to a three game winning streak.  It's also their third straight win over an "original six" team.  The Preds beat the Blackhawks, Red Wings and Maple Leafs outscoring them 13-4.

American born players dominated for the Predators North of the border.  Craig Smith had three points with two goals and an assist.  Matt Cullen had four points with a goal and three assists.  

After playing 9 of their last 10 games on the road the Preds are back home Saturday night when they host the New York Rangers.

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