The Nashville Predators defeated the Blues 3-1 on Sunday to win their best-of-seven playoff series four games to two. The Predators now move on to the next round, which is the Western Conference Finals. However, a television station in Nashville thought it got them a bit further. 


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Hard to blame the people of Nashville, as this is unchartered waters for the city and the franchise. The Predators will face the winner of the Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks series in the next round.