Nashville, Tennessee (AP) -. Pekka Rinne made 28 saves to set the NHL record for wins goalie from Finland, and Nashville beat St. Louis 4-1 on Wednesday night in the first game Bérubé as Blues coach.
Frederick Goodrem, Forsberg, Austin Watson and Ryan Ellis killed Nashville, which has won three straight. Rinne got her victory in the car & # 39; EASURES 320-, surpassing Kiprusoff for the majority of the Finnish origin of the goalkeeper.
Robert Thomas was the lone goal for the Blues, who have lost three in a row and five of six. Bérubé took over as interim head coach on Monday night, when Mike Yeo was fired after a 2-0 loss to the Los Angeles Kings.
St. Louis has managed one goal in their last three games.
In the opener of a home and home-set between the teams, Goodrem scored at 6:14 of the first period. Blues goaltender Jake Allen stopped a slap shot by Anthony Bitetto from the left point, and Goodrem collected the rebound. His first attempt was stopped by Allen, but he quickly put the rebound in the first car & # 39 for him; the regular season EASURES goal.
During the Stanley Cup finals in 2017, Goodrem has scored three goals for the Predator.
Thomas scored his first NHL goal at 12:39 of the first.
Brayden Schenn intercepted a pass from Predators forward Nick Bonino and sent a pass to Thomas on the left side, where he beat Rinne with a wrist shot from the left face-off point in the high side of the glove.