The Nashville Predators scored six unanswered goals for a 6-3 win against the St. Louis Blues at Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday, giving goalie Pekka Rinne his 250th NHL victory.
It was the first time this season the Predators had come back and won when trailing after the second period (1-8-0) and the first time they've come back from a trailing by three goals.
"That was the Predators," forward Filip Forsberg said. "I mean, that's how we want to play. That's how we've been playing for the last few years since I got here. I've seen this team do so many good things like that, and obviously that's something that we'll build on for sure."
"That was just a great effort being down like that and just finding a way to come back," Fisher said. "[We] played really good in the second and third periods against a great team, too, division rival. That was a big game."
Rinne has allowed four goals in his past four games. The Predators have points in six consecutive games.
"It's ups and downs, but my main goal is just to be consistent and be able to maintain a level where I feel like I'm playing my best game every single night," Rinne said. "This home stretch has been really good for me and for my teammates. Hopefully we can keep it going. We haven't been great on the road so far, but hopefully now we have a chance to improve our record and also our play, too."
Calle Jarnkrok scored two goals to help the Nashville Predators to a 3-1 win against the St. Louis Blues at Bridgestone Arena on Thursday.
"I feel like we're starting to play better," Jarnkrok said. "I still think that we can play a little bit better than what we're doing. We've got to try to get better every day and just work hard."