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2019-12-11
San Jose Sharks
Nashville Predators
League : NHL

Nashville Predators vs San Jose Sharks Prediction & Preview

Nashville Predators vs San Jose Sharks 2019-12-11 NHL,

GAME SNAPSHOTWITH CURRENT LINE
#49 San Jose Sharks
Sharks 150
 
#50 Nashville Predators
Predators -170
Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 8:05pm
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GAME STATS
SAN JOSE SHARKS
15 - 17
56-46
ATS
58-40
O/U
3
PPG
3
OPPG
 
NASHVILLE PREDATORS
13 - 15
49-39
ATS
35-48
O/U
2
PPG
2
OPPG
 
 
A four-game losing streak takes the San Jose Sharks (6th in Pacific Division) to a road contest against the Nashville Predators (6th in Central), who are about to end a three-game homestand…
 

Sharks Lose Four In Row

The losing streak of the San Jose Sharks (15-15-2) continued to grow, as the team dropped its fourth consecutive decision (0-3-1) after being beaten with a count of 5-1 by the Florida Panthers at BB&T Center on Sunday. Kevin Labanc (8 goals, 17 points this year) scored during power play midway through the opening frame to cut Florida’s initial 2-0 lead in half before the Cats netted three more snipes in the following two periods. Prior to the current skid, the Sharks had lost just twice in their previous 13 outings (11-2-0). They are 6-8-2 when playing on the road so far this season.
 
 
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Florida Men defeat team of Sharks.
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Goalie Martin Jones stopped 28 shots in Sunrise, taking his current performance status to 12-11-1 for the year with a 3.28 GAA and a .889 save percentage. He has recorded a 5-7-2 career total against the Nashville Predators with a 3.25 GAA and a .882 save percentage. The Sharks, meanwhile, are scoring the 10th lowest quantity of goals per game (2.69), while conceding the 3rd highest amount on the defensive end (3.44). They are 22nd in power play with a 16.7% success rate and top of the league in penalty kill with 88.5% effectiveness.
 

Preds End Two-Game Skid

The Nashville Predators (13-10-5) ended a two-game losing skid (0-1-1) following a 6-4 victory against the New Jersey Devils at Bridgestone Arena on Saturday. Six different players scored and 12 recorded at least a point, with Rocco Grimaldi (3 goals, 14 points) collecting a strike, an assist, three shots on target and a team-high plus-4 coefficient. The Predators are now riding a four-game point streak on own ice (2-0-2) and are 4-1-2 in their last seven overall fixtures after registering a six-game losing run prior (0-5-1). They are 8-5-4 when playing in Nashville for the whole season thus far.
 
 
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Highlights: Twelve different players recorded at least one point in last night's win. http://bit.ly/352wAHM 

Recap: NJD 4, NSH 6

Twelve different players recorded at least a point for the Predators, leading them to a 6-4 win against the Devils
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Goalie Pekka Rinne turned away 29 shots versus New Jersey to go 10-4-3 for the current campaign with a 2.92 GAA and a .897 save percentage. He is 13-7-4 in previous encounters with the San Jose Sharks, posting a 1.92 GAA and a .940 save percentage. The Predators, meanwhile, are netting the 7th highest number of goals per game (3.36), while allowing the 10th highest quantity defensively (3.21). They are 25th in power play with a 15.5% conversion rate and 27th in penalty kill with 75.8% effectiveness.













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