Where Red Wings’ Moritz Seider ranks on NHL Network’s top 50 players countdown
Detroit Red Wings defenseman Moritz Seider, after only one NHL season, is in good company, at least in the estimation of NHL Network. Seider ranked 49th on the network’s five-part “Top 50 Players Right Now” series. He’s going to keep getting better.”Here are the players ranked 41 through 50, revealed on Sunday:41. Moritz Seider, D, Detroit50. More: Where Moritz Seider ranks on NHL Network’s list of top defensemenmlive.com
Nasvhille Predators vs. Seattle Kraken - NHL (1/25/22) | Faceoff, How to Watch
One of the night caps on the NHL schedule on Tuesday night sees the league’s newest team look to hold off a team that has surprised many, as the Seattle Kraken play host to the Nashville Predators. The Predators have caught the eyes of many around the league thanks to their impressive start to the season. Watch the NHL on ESPN+At the bottom of the Pacific Division you will find the Seattle Kraken. In their first meeting down in Smashville, the Kraken took home the franchise’s first-ever victory back on October 14, 2021. What: NHL HockeyWho: Nashville Predators (25-14-3) vs. Seattle Kraken (12-24-4)When: Tuesday, January 25Time: 10:00 p.m.mlive.com
Red Wings’ struggles vs. Nashville, on road continue with 4-1 loss
The Detroit Red Wings’ difficulties against Nashville and troubles on the road continued on Saturday. Matt Duchene scored a pair of goals and Juuse Saros made 28 saves to lead the Predators past the Red Wings 4-1 at Bridgestone Arena. The Red Wings (18-18-6) fell to 5-12-3 away from home and have lost six in a row against Nashville. Trailing 2-1, the Red Wings had a few good chances on a power play early in the third period. Forsberg beat defenders Moritz Seider and Danny DeKeyser to a rebound and deposited a backhand shot past Alex Nedeljkovic.mlive.com
Staal, Niederreiter lift Hurricanes past Predators 5-2
Jordan Staal scored twice and Nino Niederreiter beat Juuse Saros for the go-ahead goal early in the third period, helping the Carolina Hurricanes to a 5-2 win over the Nashville Predators in the first game of the teams' first-round playoff series.
Grimaldi scores 4 goals as Predators rout Red Wings 7-1
Grimaldi scored four goals to tie a team record and lead the Nashville Predators over the Detroit Red Wings 7-1 on Thursday. “Rocco was flying obviously in the first period,” Nashville coach John Hynes said. “I just thought we had too many no-shows tonight,” Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. OFFENSIVE STRUGGLESThe Red Wings have scored just once during their three-game slide. WHAT’S NEXTThe Red Wings return home to host Columbus on Saturday and Sunday.
Rocco Grimaldi scores four as Red Wings whipped by Nashville
The Detroit Red Wings’ recent offensive struggles were overshadowed Thursday by a plethora of defensive mistakes during a disastrous first period -- and a huge night from Rocco Grimaldi. The Nashville Predators scored four goals in rapid-fire fashion barely eight minutes into the game, three of them by Grimaldi, and went on to defeat Detroit 7-1 at Bridgestone Arena. The Red Wings (10-20-4) have lost three in a row, allowing a season-high seven goals for the third time this season. It cut Nashville’s lead to 4-1 and gave the Red Wings a bit of momentum and some hope that they could get back into the game in the second period. After Calvin Pickard replaced Greiss, Grimaldi capped the hat trick at 8:08, converting a pass from Erik Haula on a three-on-two break.mlive.com
Saros makes 31 saves for 1st shutout, Predators beat Red Wings
Juuse Saros made 31 saves for his first shutout of the season and the Nashville Predators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-0 on Tuesday night. “I’ve been feeling good,” Saros said. With Nashville up 1-0 and on a power play, Saros denied Darren Helm on a breakaway. Nashville was 1-2 on the power play while Detroit came up empty in three power play opportunities. It was a lot of fun being back.”POWER PLAY CLICKINGAfter a slow start to the season, Nashville’s power play has hit its stride of late.
Red Wings making it hard on themselves, not opposing goalies
Juuse Saros was essentially the second back-up goalie in four days Tuesday to blank the Red Wings, making 31 saves in Nashville’s 2-0 victory at Bridgestone Arena. “We didn’t get to the hard areas enough,” Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin said. The Red Wings didn’t generate much on three power plays, including a six-on-four in the final 1:45, after pulling Thomas Greiss for the extra skater. “I don’t think we’re hard enough to play against, making teams defend,” Larkin said. “I don’t think we’re making it hard on the other team’s goalies the past two nights by getting around the net, making them have to make saves.mlive.com
Detroit Shutout Again
Juuse Saros made 31 saves for his first shutout of the season and the Nashville Predators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-0 on Tuesday night. With Nashville up 1-0 and on a power play, Saros denied Darren Helm on a breakaway. Nashville was 1-2 on the power play while Detroit came up empty in three power play opportunities. “Tonight, we had chances for our power play to make a difference and it wasn’t good enough,” Detroit coach Jeff Blashill said. It was a lot of fun being back.”POWER PLAY CLICKINGAfter a slow start to the season, Nashville’s power play has hit its stride of late.detroit.cbslocal.com
Red Wings blanked back-to-back, falling to Nashville
The Detroit Red Wings haven’t been the same offensively since goaltender Jonathan Bernier was idled by an injury. Juuse Saros stopped 31 shots Tuesday to lead the Nashville Predators past Detroit 2-0 at Bridgestone Arena. The Red Wings (10-19-4) have been shut out in consecutive games and five times this season. The Red Wings averaged 3.2 goals per game during a 10-game stretch, mostly in front of Bernier, prior to these past two games. Mikael Granlund, at the net front, redirected a one-timer from Roman Josi on the power play past Greiss at 13:09 of the first period.mlive.com
Bernier returns, Glendening has goal and 2 assists, Red Wings beat Predators
Luke Glendening had a goal and two assists, Jonathan Bernier made 21 saves and the Red Wings beat the Nashville Predators 4-2 on Saturday night. Robby Fabbri, Adam Erne and Anthony Mantha also scored to help Detroit snap a two-game losing streak and improve to 4-10-0. “We’ve played pretty good games in a row since we got embarrassed against Tampa,” Detroit coach Jeff Blashill said. The Predators beat Detroit 3-2 on Thursday night for their only victory in five games. Thomas Greiss has the other victory for the Red Wings this season.