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GAME DAY REPORT: PREDATORS @ LEAFS | Leafs Hub
Tonight we'll witness a battle of polar opposites. Among the best in the league offensively, the Leafs will face off against the stingiest of defenses in the league. They'll do it against a Predators team that is as healthy as they have been for a while. They're still missing a significant piece of the puzzle in Kyle Turris, but their blueline is intact, their world class goaltender is expected to start, and perhaps their most dangerous offensive player, Filip Forsberg, is returning just in time for the game tonight. Nashville can play the game at a very high pace and have a terrific transition game. If the Leafs continue with their penchant for the stretch pass, or think they can dump the puck out of their end and into the neutral zone to retrieve it, then they're going to make things very tough on themselves. This will be Nashvilles game plan for sure. Stop the Leafs attack at their own blueline to create turnovers and attack using their highly skilled blueliners. If the Leafs do