The Nashville Predators offense continued to roll on Monday night against the Winnipeg Jets. Following a three-goal outburst in the third period, including two of those on the power play, the Predators moved to 12-6-2 and now only trail the Jets by one point for second in the Central Division. Roman Josi tallied the primary assist on both power goals. Each of Nashville’s five goals were scored by different players, including Mattias Ekholm setting a franchise record for a defenseman scoring in four straight games.
Watch our post game video for our exclusive with Roman Josi, plus hear from Mattias Ekholm and Kyle Turris.