Philip Tomasino leaves Nashville Predators

Philip Tomasino leaves Nashville Predators

Paul Skrbina   Nashville Tennessean

The NHL trade deadline behind them, the Nashville Predators looked to score a victory Saturday night in Chicago against the Blackhawks.

The result was a 3-1 win in the second of their six-game road trip, their sixth in eight games.

The Blackhawks wasted little time, scoring on former Predator Seth Jones’ goal.

Philip Tomasino’s power-play goal with 10 minutes, 24 seconds left in the first tied the score 1-1. Tomasino left later during the period after taking a hit into the boards.

Tyson Barrie made it 2-1 Predators with 7:52 left in the second, his first goal with Nashville.

Colton Sissons’ empty-net goal with just under 30 seconds remaining gave the Predators a two-goal lead.

The Predators are 31-23-6. The Blackhawks are 21-36-5.

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7 p.m., Bally Sports South

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