A look at the scoring chances from Game Four of the series between the Predators and Red Wings.
By having eliminated the Detroit Red Wings in five games, the Nashville Predators have earned themselves a respite before the campaign for the 2012 Stanley Cup continues in the second round.
Winging It In Motown's season-long look at correcting the stats for context continues into the 2011-12 playoffs. Join us for an in-depth look at the Red Wings' game 4 matchup against the Nashville Predators on Tuesday.
Has a culture of violence suddenly taken over the world of hockey? What, if anything, should be done about it?
Pekka Rinne held off a furious barrage of shots from Detroit to give the Predators a chance to close out the Red Wings Friday night at Bridgestone Arena.
Unbelievable. It's hard not to be angry right now. The Red Wings entered Game 4 pretty much in a "must-win" situation, because heading back to Nashville down 3-1 likely meant the Wings will be...
With today's morning skate an optional affair on both sides, we won't have any further information on possible changes to line combinations heading into tonight's Game 4 between Nashville & Detroit.
|- No scoring. Penalties - Roman Josi, Nashville (Interference), 7:38; Todd Bertuzzi, Detroit (Elbowing), 11:37; Alexander Radulov, Nashville (Tripping), 12:18; Roman Josi, Nashville (Cross checking), 14:27; Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit (Tripping), 15:08.|
|- No scoring. Penalties - Francis Bouillon, Nashville (Hooking), 14:01.|
|- 1, Nashville Goal - Gabriel Bourque (3), from Alexander Radulov at 1:55. 2, Detroit Power-Play Goal - Jiri Hudler, from Niklas Kronwall and Kyle Quincey at 3:14. 3, Nashville Goal - Kevin Klein (2), from Martin Erat and Mike Fisher at 6:25. 4, Nashville Power-Play Goal - David Legwand, unassisted at 19:21. Penalties - Andrei Kostitsyn, Nashville (Too many men/ice - bench), 2:44; Andrei Kostitsyn, Nashville (Interference), 7:15; Matt Halischuk, Nashville (Interference), 13:41; Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit (Hi-sticking), 19:04.|