Los Angeles (22-25-4) at Nashville (18-23-4)

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  • Game info: 8:00 pm EST Tue Feb 11, 2003
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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (TICKER) —The Los Angeles Kings try to extend their road unbeaten streak against the Nashville Predators to nine games on Tuesday.

The Kings have gone without a loss in their last eight visits to Nashville (6-0-2-0) since losing here on April 3, 1999. They continued their success at the Gaylord Entertainment Center with a 3-0 victory on December 10.

Los Angeles has won two of three meetings with Nashville this season but had a seven-game unbeaten streak against the Predators snapped with a 3-2 home loss on December 5.

The Kings have a 11-5-2-1 all-time advantage against the Predators, including a 6-1-2-0 mark on the road.

Los Angeles had a three-game winning streak snapped with a 3-1 road loss to the Dallas Stars on Sunday.

Derek Armstrong scored the eighth goal of the season for the Kings, who surrendered three unanswered goals and lost for the 16th time in 23 games.

Los Angeles has lost five straight road games (0-4-0-1) to fall to 8-13-3-4 away from Staples Center this season.

Nashville opened a season-high six-game homestand with a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday.

David Legwand scored twice on breakaways and Scott Walker recorded three assists for the Predators, who improved to 5-3-2-0 in their last 10 games.

Nashville has won five of its last six home games and is 11-12-3-0 at Gaylord Entertainment Center this season.

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