Team Profile - Nashville Junior Predators (NA3HL)
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In their inaugural season in the NA3HL the 2014-15 Nashville Jr Predators finished the regular season at the top of the NA3HL South Division while earning more wins than any other team in the League (42-4-1). A 22 game win streak that began in early December and continued throughout most of February was the longest in the league as was a 20 game road win streak. In fact the Predators won 23 of their 24 games on the road last season with their only loss coming in a shootout against the Point Mallard Ducks. A regular season goal differential of +148 was made possible with the assistance of the leagues top 2 goaltenders (GAA), Justin Ball (1.44) and Nathan Klebe (1.65). The Predators allowed 79 goals, the least in the NA3HL, while finding the net 227 times (2nd most).
The Predators move from the South Division to the newly formed Midwest Division for the 2015-16 season, joining the Cincinnati Thunder, Evansville Thunderbolts, Peoria Mustangs and the St Louis Jr Blues. Cincinnati played their 2014-15 season in the East Division, while Peoria and St Louis move from the Central Division, as Evansville prepares for their inaugural season.
There's still time to become a Predator - Tryouts are set for August 7-9 in Burton MI
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*2014-15 stats courtesy of the NA3HL Website