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The Rangers made a splash in the trade market on Sunday by acquiring offensive minded defenseman Keith Yandle. He was the Coyotes leading scorer with 41 points, and more than half of those came on the power play. He's likely to make his debut tonight as the Rangers host the league leading Predators.
Nashville has been almost unbeatable at home (26-5-1), but mediocre in comparison on the road. The Preds have lost four of their last six overall, and Pekka Rinne has struggled in those games. He allowed four goals on 25 shots on Saturday, and Nashville lost 4-3 to Detroit despite out-shooting the Wings 40-25. He's 1-4 in his last five starts, surrendering a total of 16 goals in those games.
The Rangers will be looking to build on their stellar home record (20-7-5), and they've won eight of their last 10 overall. Backup goaltender Cam Talbot has done a fine job since the injury to Henrik Lundqvist, but he's been particularly sharp at home. Talbot is 6-0-3 with a 1.80 GAA in nine starts at MSG.
The Rangers should have an edge on special teams, as Nashville owns one of the league's least effective power plays. The Preds rank 23rd in the league, converting on just 17.2% of their man advantage opportunities.