The dark days of offensive drought appear to be in the past for the Predators, at least temporarily.
Heading into this road trip, the Predators had scored a combined three goals in four games. But they put up a four-spot for the second straight night on Tuesday, downing Buffalo 4-1 at First Niagara Center to win consecutive games for the first time since late January.
Whether the offense has arrived too late for a postseason push is debatable; Nashville is still eight points out of the final Western Conference playoff spot. But the Predators are clearly feeling better about themselves after seeing hard work result in some goals.