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    How to Watch Seattle Kraken vs. Nashville Predators: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time – 10-12-2023

    The Seattle Kraken (0-1) take on the Nashville Predators (0-1) at Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, October 12 at 8:00 PM ET on ESPN+, BSSO, and ROOT Sports NW. The Kraken fell to the Vegas Golden Knights 4-1 in their last outing, while the Predators are coming off a 5-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

    Kraken vs. Predators Game Info

    • Game Day: Thursday, October 12, 2023
    • Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
    • TV Channel: Bally Sports (Regional restrictions may apply)

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    Kraken and Predators Stats, Key Players, and Injuries

    Kraken Insights

    • The Kraken’s 289 goals scored last season (3.5 per game) ranked fourth in the league.
    • The Kraken were 14th in goals against, allowing 252 total goals (3.1 per game) in NHL play.
    • Their goal differential (+37) made them 10th-best in the league.
    • The 48 power-play goals the Kraken scored last season (on 243 power-play chances) ranked 21st in the NHL.
    • The Kraken had the league’s 21st-ranked power-play conversion rate (19.75%).
    • The Kraken scored six shorthanded goals last season.
    • The Kraken killed 76.69% of opponent power plays, the 21st-ranked percentage in the league.
    • The Kraken won 45.3% of their faceoffs (31st in the NHL)
    • The Kraken shot 11.6% as a team (second in the league).
    • The Kraken shut out opponents three times last season. They averaged 22 hits and 13.7 blocked shots per game.

    Kraken Key Players

    • One of Seattle’s top offensive players last season was Jared McCann, who registered 70 points in 79 contests.
    • Vince Dunn tallied 64 points (14 goals, 50 assists), adding significantly to the team’s offensive efforts last season.
    • Seattle’s scoring effort last season was aided by Jordan Eberle’s 64 points, including 43 assists.
    • In the 39 games Philipp Grubauer played a season ago, his save percentage was 89.462, 48th in the league.

    Kraken Injuries

    None

    Predators Insights

    • The Predators had 223 goals last season (2.7 per game), 28th in the league.
    • The Predators allowed 2.9 goals per game (236 in total), 12th in the league.
    • Their -13 goal differential was 22nd in the league.
    • The Predators had 44 power-play goals (24th in NHL) on 250 chances.
    • The Predators had the league’s 27th-ranked power-play percentage (17.6%).
    • In terms of shorthanded goals, the Predators had six.
    • At 82.55%, the Predators had the sixth-best penalty-kill percentage in the league.
    • The Predators won 52.2% of faceoffs, eighth-best in the NHL.
    • With a shooting percentage of 9.2%, the Predators were 26th in the league.
    • The Predators held their opponents scoreless two times.

    Predators Key Players

    • Roman Josi scored 18 goals (0.2 per game) and put up 41 assists (0.5 per game) last season, contributing to the Nashville offense with 59 total points (0.7 per game). He averaged 3.3 shots per game, shooting 6.7%.
    • Tyson Barrie racked up 55 total points (0.6 per game) last campaign. He had 13 goals and 42 assists.
    • Thomas Novak’s 17 goals and 26 assists added up to 43 points.
    • Kevin Lankinen had a 91.595 save percentage (13th in the league) last season, allowing 49 goals (0.6 goals against average). He put up a 9-8-1 record.

    Predators Injuries

    None

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