It’s a question the Nashville Predators can’t quite figure out: How can a team that historically has been so good at home lose so often at Bridgestone Arena this season?
“Right now, teams look at our record and see we’re not playing very good at home and maybe they’re licking their chops to come in here,” defenseman Shea Weber said.
Phoenix continued the Predators’ recent slide in Nashville with a 3-2 win on Tuesday in front of an announced crowd of 15,638.
Nashville (4-5-3 at home) hasn’t won at Bridgestone Arena since Nov. 17, a 4-1 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Predators haven’t had a losing season at home since 2000-01. The last time Nashville won fewer than 20 games at home was 2002-03.