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NHL : ATS Matchup
Monday 11/12/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



NASHVILLE (13-3-0-0, 26 pts.) at ANAHEIM (7-8-0-3, 17 pts.)
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Monday, 11/12/2018 10:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
57NASHVILLE-160Ov 5.5,-105-155Ov 5.5,-105
58ANAHEIM+140Un 5.5,-115+135Un 5.5,-115
NASHVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games13-3-0+813-3+87-83.531.12.229.8
Team Stats (Road Games)8-0-0+88-0+84-
Last 5 Games5-0-0+55-0+51-43.632.01.428.4
NASHVILLE Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)16561419212849711.3%59915.3%92
Team Stats (Road Games)832810122524313.2%22418.2%55
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5185481316011.2%18211.1%32
Stats Against (All Games) 3510169014777.3%521223.1%60
Stats Against (Road Games) 17593002516.8%22522.7%29
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 7241001424.9%16318.7%11
NASHVILLE - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
PEKKA RINNE (All Games)8823522394.9%27-1+5.47-1-0+51-6
PEKKA RINNE (Road Games)4412211594.3%04-0+44-0-0+41-3
PEKKA RINNE (Last 4 Games)4411210795.5%14-0+44-0-0+41-3
JUUSE SAROS (All Games)9824121990.9%06-2+2.66-2-0+36-2
JUUSE SAROS (Road Games)5412911992.2%04-0+44-0-0+43-1
JUUSE SAROS (Last 4 Games)4411810689.8%03-1+13-1-0+13-1

ANAHEIM - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-11-0-4.67-11-4.66-112.325.32.936.9
Team Stats (Home Games)4-6-0-3.74-6-3.73-62.526.52.935.7
Last 5 Games2-3-0-1.52-3-1.51-
ANAHEIM Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)1842111613234559.2%50816.0%73
Team Stats (Home Games)10256107222659.4%28414.3%43
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)510252101367.4%17211.8%20
Stats Against (All Games) 53132413376648.0%611219.7%87
Stats Against (Home Games) 296128333578.1%35617.1%50
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 164651215910.1%17317.6%27
ANAHEIM - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
JOHN GIBSON (All Games)141450346792.8%05-9-4.65-9-0-55-8
JOHN GIBSON (Home Games)7723721992.4%03-4-2.23-4-0-22-4
JOHN GIBSON (Last 4 Games)4411910789.9%01-3-2.81-3-0-31-3
RYAN MILLER (All Games)5415614693.6%02-2-0.12-2-0-11-3
RYAN MILLER (Home Games)3311911193.3%01-2-1.51-2-0-21-2
RYAN MILLER (Last 4 Games)4415014093.3%02-2-0.12-2-0-11-3
Average power rating of opponents played: NASHVILLE 3.2,  ANAHEIM 3.04
NASHVILLE - Schedule
10/19/2018at CALGARY5-3W0, -125W6 unO
10/20/2018at EDMONTON3-0W0, -130W6 evU
10/23/2018SAN JOSE4-5L0, -135L5.5 unO
10/25/2018at NEW JERSEY4-3W0, -120W5.5 ovO
10/27/2018EDMONTON3-5L0, -205L5.5 ovO
10/30/2018VEGAS4-1W0, -175W5.5 evU
11/1/2018at TAMPA BAY4-1W0, +105W6 unU
11/3/2018BOSTON1-0W0, -145W5.5 evU
11/7/2018at COLORADO4-1W0, -125W5.5 ovU
11/10/2018at DALLAS5-4W0, -145W5.5 unO
11/12/2018at ANAHEIM 
11/13/2018at SAN JOSE 
11/15/2018at ARIZONA 
11/17/2018LOS ANGELES 
11/19/2018TAMPA BAY 
11/21/2018ST LOUIS 
11/23/2018at ST LOUIS 

ANAHEIM - Schedule
10/17/2018NY ISLANDERS4-1W0, -145W5.5 evU
10/20/2018at VEGAS1-3L0, +155L5.5 unU
10/21/2018BUFFALO2-4L0, -155L5.5 unO
10/23/2018at CHICAGO1-3L0, +130L5.5 ovU
10/25/2018at DALLAS2-5L0, +140L5.5 unO
10/28/2018SAN JOSE3-4L0, +115L5.5 evO
10/30/2018PHILADELPHIA2-3L0, -115L5.5 ovU
11/1/2018NY RANGERS2-3L0, -160L5.5 ovU
11/4/2018COLUMBUS3-2W0, -125W5.5 ovU
11/6/2018at LOS ANGELES1-4L0, +135L5.5 unU
11/7/2018CALGARY3-2W0, +125W5.5 ovU
11/9/2018MINNESOTA1-5L0, -115L5.5 unO
11/14/2018at VEGAS 
NASHVILLE: LAST SEASON: 53-18-11, 117 points. Won first Presidents' Trophy.
LOST Game 7 to Winnipeg Jets in Western Conference semifinals.
COACH: Peter Laviolette (fifth season, 17th NHL season).
ADDED: D Dan Hamhuis.
LOST: C Mike Fisher, F Scott Hartnell, D Alexei Emelin.
PLAYER TO WATCH: G Pekka Rinne. He turns 36 in November and is in the final year of his current contract coming off a season where he won the Vezina Trophy after being a finalist three other times. Rinne carried the Predators to their first Presidents' Trophy going 42-13-4 with eight shutouts, a 2.31 goals-against average and a .927 save percentage. He also earned his 300th career victory on Feb. 22.
OUTLOOK: The Predators' goal remains winning the Stanley Cup that has eluded them the past two seasons after a loss in the Stanley Cup Final followed by a Game 7 loss to the Winnipeg Jets in the Western Conference semifinals. They kept their core together with their biggest offseason moves signing defenseman Ryan Ellis, backup goalie Juuse Saros, forward Ryan Hartman to extensions. Nashville is expecting more growth from center Ryan Johansen, forwards Filip Forsberg, Viktor Arvidsson, Kevin Fiala and rookie Eeli Tolvanen to keep the Predators competitive in the deep Western Conference.
COACH: Randy Carlyle (10th season, 13th NHL season).
ADDED: D Luke Schenn, D Andrej Sustr, C Brian Gibbons, RW Carter Rowney.
LOST: D Francois Beauchemin, D Kevin Bieksa, C Antoine Vermette, LW Jason Chimera, RW J.T. Brown, C Derek Grant.
PLAYER TO WATCH: RW Patrick Eaves. The veteran forward signed a three-year contract to stay with the Ducks last summer but missed the entire ensuing season with what he thought was an autoimmune nervous disorder, only to learn it was post-viral syndrome. The heavily bearded goal-scorer won't be ready to play at the start of this season while recovering from his serious health scare and a more mundane shoulder surgery, but the Ducks are very hopeful he'll be back soon to provide some much-needed offensive punch.
OUTLOOK: The Ducks' run of five straight division titles ended last season, and the Sharks humiliated them in a first-round playoff sweep. Instead of shaking up the roster, Carlyle and Anaheim GM Bob Murray made no significant roster additions and decided to play a speedier style with their returning players and another influx of youth from the Ducks' remarkable farm system. The heavy, bullying squad that made two Western Conference finals in the past four years will join the rest of the NHL in trying to push the tempo. The Ducks have enough talent to try just about anything, but the speed of their adjustment and their overall health will determine whether they've missed the window to win a Stanley Cup with this core.
Predators try to continue mastery of Ducks

The Nashville Predators have been dominant against the Anaheim Ducks in recent years, and the top team in the Western Conference will try to continue that trend when the teams meet Monday night at Honda Center.

The Predators (13-3-0) have won two playoff series in the past three seasons against the Ducks and have gone 6-2-1 in regular-season meetings in that span.

The odds appear stacked against the Ducks again Monday as the Predators have won five in a row for the second time this season to bring the NHL's best record into the game.

The Ducks have dropped nine of their past 11 games (2-7-2) to erase a promising 5-1-1 start.

They were beset by injuries during the early part of the season, but as key players have begun returning to the lineup, the Ducks have been unable to turn the corner and start building a winning streak.

Anaheim posted emotional wins in the past week against the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets and Calgary Flames, only to lose one-sided games to the Los Angeles Kings and Minnesota Wild the next time they took the ice.

After the 5-1 loss to the Wild on Friday night, some veterans on the Ducks questioned their mental approach.

"We gained a little bit of momentum with how we've been playing, and we knew it was going to be a game that we needed to play tight. We needed to earn it," Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano said. "That just shows we weren't willing to do anything to win the game."

The Predators swept all three meetings against the Ducks last season.

In the final meeting on March 8 in Nashville, Anaheim center Ryan Kesler and Predators center Ryan Johansen dropped their gloves late in the second period after Nashville scored short-handed to go up 3-0.

Johansen said after the 4-2 victory that Kesler had been requesting a fight for most of the game.

Then in August, Kesler tweeted for the first time in months, randomly asking Johansen how his summer training was going, and if he'd like to "meet me in the streets before we get going on the ice."

Johansen simply replied, "I'll pay for your parking."

Presumably, that meeting never took place, so Monday night will be the first time they've faced each other since last March.

The Predators were without forward Calle Jarnkrok in their 5-4 overtime victory at the Dallas Stars on Saturday because of a lower-body injury. He participated in warmups, so there's a good chance he's close to returning.

One area the Predators hope to improve is their power play. They came into Sunday with a 13.6-percent success rate, tied with the Montreal Canadiens for 30th in the NHL. Nashville finished 12th in the league last year at 21.2 percent.

Nashville defenseman Roman Josi scored a power-play goal with 42.5 seconds left in regulation against the Stars on Saturday, allowing the Predators to win their eighth straight road game to open the season, but told the Tennessean they're not satisfied with their overall production with the man-advantage.

"We're not happy with the way it's going right now," He said. "It's something we want to change as soon as possible."

Last Updated: 5/22/2019 9:04:00 AM EST

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