Predators Tie Franchise Record with 9 Goals in 1 Game

November 19th, 2014 by Bleacher Report Milestones Leave a reply »
The Nashville Predators matched a franchise record by scoring nine goals in Tuesday's 9-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, per Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN).

Fifteen different Predators scored points in the game, with eight recording a goal and 13 players tallying at least one assist. Only two players—defenseman Shea Weber and left winger Taylor Beck—notched three points, but seven players amassed exactly two. Beck was the only player with two goals, and Weber was the only player with three assists.

Toronto never really had a chance, as Leafs goaltender Jonathan Bernier was removed at the end of the first period after allowing three of the 12 shots he faced to go in.

James Reimer slowed down the onslaught by allowing just one goal in the second period, but the Maple Leafs were still down 4-0 entering the final 20 minutes.

Any glimmer of hope was quickly snuffed out, as the Predators scored four even-strength goals on Reimer within the first six minutes of the final period.

After the Maple Leafs knocked home a pair of meaningless goals, Predators center Colin Wilson scored his team's record-tying ninth goal wi ...

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