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Preview: Capitals at Predators

Turris, who boasts 11 points in 12 games overall this season, told reporters after his first experience as a Predator in Nashville, “It was a lot of fun. The crowd was real loud and the energy in the building. … it was an exciting game.” The Predators have recorded 16 goals during their winning streak and will have their work cut out for them to continue that offensive roll against Washington, which is 5-1-0 in November and allowed just nine tallies in the past five contests. Capitals goalie Braden Holtby (.927 save percentage) is expected to go after his seventh straight victory and has allowed six goals in the past four to be named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week. “Holts is the best player every night for us,” Washington right wing Tom Wilson told reporters after the 2-1 shootout win over Edmonton on Sunday.<BR><BR><STRONG>TV:</STRONG> 8 p.m. ET, NBCSN, NBCSN Washington