The Ottawa Senators have been a much better team on the road this season, with a 5-1-1 record when travelling compared to a lowly 2-3-2 at home. Luckily for the Sens, they visit the Nashville Predators Tuesday night.
The Senators have outscored their hosting opponents 22-15 in their seven road games this season with the team netting three or more goals five times. The Sens will turn to Craig Anderson, who has a 2.72 goals against average and a .917 save percentage, in net when they take to the ice in Nashville.
The Predators have lost their past two games at home after starting the season 4-0-0 at Bridgestone Arena. Pekka Rinne will likely get the start as backup goalie Carter Hutton is day-to-day with an injury. The Finish goaltender has a 1.97 GAA at home this season.