Nashville Predators Roster Moves 11/11

The Nashville Predators tonight will take on the Arizona Coyotes at home with puck drop set for 8:00 PM EST. The Predators are looking to snap a two-game losing skid tonight after losing to the Calgary Flames 4-2 on Tuesday and the Winnipeg Jets 6-3 on Thursday. They got some good news ahead of tonight’s game as Cody Glass seems to have been removed from Injured Reserve. Glass is expected to be a game-time decision for tonight’s game, and if he does play, he would likely take a bottom-six role upon his return, which would bump Michael McCarron from the lineup.

Cody Glass By The Numbers 

Glass is in his third season with the Predators after having spent his first two seasons with the Vegas Golden Knights, in which he recorded 22 points coming on nine goals and 13 assists in 66 games. In his first two seasons with the Predators, he had 36 points in 80 games, coming on 14 goals and 22 assists. This season, he has played in five games and hasn’t recorded a point. He hasn’t played since October 19th against the Rangers when he suffered a lower-body injury. 

The Road Ahead:

The Predators have the Coyotes tonight to open up a five-game home stand leading into Thanksgiving. During the homestand, they will play the Anaheim Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche and Flames. The Predators are looking for some much-needed points as they currently sit in last place in the Central Division and are in seventh in the Wild Card race, trailing the final playoff spot by three points. Juuse Saros is expected to handle the net tonight for Nashville. 

We Got The Jack Inside The Rink

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