Aiming to snare all of the possible six points on a key road trip, the Phoenix Coyotes (6-6-2) met a staunch Nashville Predators (7-3-4 team, who put an end to those dreams with a 3-0 win at Bridgestone Arena. Looking to end a road trip on a good note is never an easy task, especially facing a tough, hard-nose team like the Predators.
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