Nashville Predators Schedule 2022-2023

From exhilarating home games within the Bridgestone Arena to adrenaline-pumping away matchups, every game is a nail-biting spectacle across the Nashville Predators schedule. See all the games below:

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Nashville Predators Games

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Nashville Predators Scores

October 2022

  • 10/07, Sharks, O2 Arena, W 4-1
  • 10/08, Sharks, O2 Arena, W 3-2
  • 10/14, Stars, Bridgestone Arena, L 4-1
  • 10/16, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 5-1
  • 10/19, Kings, Bridgestone Arena, L 4-3 SO
  • 10/21, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, L 5-3
  • 10/23, Flyers, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-1
  • 10/28, Blues, Bridgestone Arena, W 6-2
  • 10/30, Capitals, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-0

November 2022

  • 11/02, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 7-4
  • 11/04, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, W 4-1
  • 11/06, Canucks, Rogers Arena, W 4-3 SO
  • 11/09, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, L 5-1
  • 11/11, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 5-3
  • 11/13, Rangers, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1
  • 11/16, Wild, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1
  • 11/18, Islanders, Bridgestone Arena, W 5-4
  • 11/20, Lightning, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 11/22, Coyotes, Bridgestone Arena, W 4-3 SO
  • 11/24, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, L 3-0
  • 11/25, Avalanche, Bridgestone Arena, Postponed
  • 11/27, Blue Jackets, Bridgestone Arena, Postponed
  • 11/30, Ducks, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1 OT

December 2022

  • 12/02, Devils, Prudential Center, W 4-3 OT
  • 12/03, Islanders, UBS Arena, W 4-1
  • 12/09, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 5-2
  • 12/10, Senators, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-2
  • 12/13, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 1-0 OT
  • 12/14, Oilers, Bridgestone Arena, L 6-3
  • 12/16, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 2-1 OT
  • 12/18, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 3-1
  • 12/20, Oilers, Bridgestone Arena, W 4-3 OT
  • 12/22, Blackhawks, United Center, W 4-2
  • 12/24, Avalanche, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 12/28, Stars, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-2
  • 12/30, Ducks, Honda Center, W 6-1
  • 12/31, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 5-4 OT

January 2023

  • 01/04, Canadiens, Bridgestone Arena, W 6-3
  • 01/06, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, W 5-3
  • 01/07, Capitals, Capital One Arena, W 3-2
  • 01/10, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, W 3-0
  • 01/12, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 2-1
  • 01/13, Canadiens, Bell Centre, L 4-3
  • 01/15, Sabres, Bridgestone Arena, L 5-3
  • 01/17, Flames, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1
  • 01/18, Blue Jackets, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1
  • 01/20, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 5-2
  • 01/22, Kings, Bridgestone Arena, W 5-3
  • 01/25, Jets, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1
  • 01/27, Devils, Bridgestone Arena, W 6-4

February 2023

  • 02/08, Golden Knights, Bridgestone Arena, L 5-1
  • 02/11, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, W 2-1 OT
  • 02/14, Coyotes, Bridgestone Arena, L 4-2
  • 02/17, Bruins, Bridgestone Arena, L 5-0
  • 02/18, Panthers, Bridgestone Arena, W 7-3
  • 02/19, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 4-3
  • 02/22, Canucks, Bridgestone Arena, W 5-4 SO
  • 02/24, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 6-2
  • 02/27, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, W 6-2

March 2023

  • 03/01, Penguins, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-1
  • 03/03, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, W 2-1
  • 03/05, Blackhawks, United Center, W 3-1
  • 03/07, Canucks, Rogers Arena, L 4-3 SO
  • 03/10, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, L 4-1
  • 03/12, Kings, Arena, W 2-1 SO
  • 03/13, Ducks, Honda Center, W 5-4 OT
  • 03/15, Red Wings, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1
  • 03/17, Blackhawks, Bridgestone Arena, L 2-1
  • 03/18, Jets, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-2 OT
  • 03/19, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, L 7-0
  • 03/21, Sabres, KeyBank Center, W 7-3
  • 03/24, Kraken, Bridgestone Arena, W 2-1 SO
  • 03/25, Kraken, Bridgestone Arena, L 7-2
  • 03/26, Maple Leafs, Bridgestone Arena, L 3-2
  • 03/29, Bruins, TD Garden, W 2-1
  • 03/31, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, L 2-0

April 2023

  • 04/01, Blues, Bridgestone Arena, W 6-1
  • 04/04, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 5-1
  • 04/05, Golden Knights, Bridgestone Arena, W 3-2 OT
  • 04/07, Hurricanes, Bridgestone Arena, W 3-0
  • 04/09, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 2-0
  • 04/11, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, W 3-2 SO
  • 04/14, Wild, Bridgestone Arena, W 4-3 OT
  • 04/15, Avalanche, Bridgestone Arena, L 4-3

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How long is the Nashville Predators season?

The duration of the Nashville Predators season, as with all NHL teams, is determined by their regular season schedule and playoff performance. In general, the NHL regular season consists of 82 games and runs from early October to early April. If the Predators made it to the playoffs, their season could extend until mid-June, depending on how far they progress through the postseason rounds.

How many seasons have the Nashville Predators played?

The Nashville Predators, established in 1998, have completed 24 seasons to date. Over the course of their history, the Predators have achieved notable accomplishments. In the 2016-2017 season, they reached the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in franchise history. Additionally, they have made the playoffs 14 times, and have won multiple division titles.

What was the best Nashville Predators season ever?

The best Nashville Predators season ever was the 2016-2017 campaign when the team made a memorable run to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in franchise history. During the regular season, the Predators finished with a record of 41-29-12, securing the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference. The team’s strong performance was largely due to the efforts of their talented core, including defenseman P.K. Subban, who joined the team in a blockbuster trade, and goaltender Pekka Rinne, who was crucial in the Predators’ playoff success. The Predators’ 94-point finish marked an impressive achievement for the franchise and set the stage for their deep playoff run.

The Predators’ playoff journey in 2017 was nothing short of remarkable. They swept the heavily favored Chicago Blackhawks in the first round, defeated the St. Louis Blues in the second round, and triumphed over the Anaheim Ducks in the Western Conference Final. Their tenacious play and strong team chemistry propelled them to the Stanley Cup Final, where they faced the Pittsburgh Penguins. Although the Predators ultimately fell to the Penguins in six games, the 2016-2017 season remains the pinnacle of the franchise’s history.

What was the worst Nashville Predators season ever?

The worst Nashville Predators season in their history was the 1998-1999 campaign, which was the team’s inaugural season in the National Hockey League. As an expansion team, the Predators faced the daunting task of building a competitive roster from scratch, relying primarily on the NHL Expansion Draft to acquire players. The team finished with a disappointing record of 28-47-7, amassing only 63 points and finishing last in the Central Division. The lack of established talent and experienced leadership on the roster made it difficult for the team to compete against more established opponents, which contributed to their poor performance throughout the season.

Despite their struggles, the 1998-1999 season was a crucial learning experience for the Nashville Predators organization. General Manager David Poile and head coach Barry Trotz worked diligently to lay the foundation for a team that would become competitive in the years to come. They focused on drafting and developing young talent, such as defenseman Kimmo Timonen and forward David Legwand, who would eventually become key contributors to the Predators.

Who is the Nashville Predators’ biggest rival?

The Nashville Predators’ biggest rival is the Chicago Blackhawks. The two teams have developed an intense rivalry over the years, largely due to their frequent clashes in the Central Division and the high-stakes playoff matchups they have been part of. Geographical proximity has also played a role in fueling this rivalry, as both teams are located in the Midwest and their respective fan bases often travel to support their teams during road games. The Predators and the Blackhawks have faced each other numerous times since Nashville entered the league in 1998, and each meeting is marked by an electric atmosphere and hard-fought, passionate play on the ice.

One of the most memorable moments in this rivalry came during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, when the Nashville Predators swept the heavily favored Chicago Blackhawks in the first round. This monumental upset marked a turning point for the Predators, as it helped establish them as legitimate contender and demonstrated their ability to compete against the league’s best teams. The intensity of the rivalry between the Predators and the Blackhawks has only grown in recent years, with both teams continuing to vie for supremacy in the Central Division.