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===2005-06 season===
 
===2005-06 season===
In [[2005-06 NHL season|2005-06]], the Predators set an NHL record by winning their first four games by one goal each (although two of those were shootout victories, which would have been tie games in previous seasons). They also became only the fourth NHL franchise to start the season 8-0; the last time a team did so was the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]], who set the mark with a 10-0 start in [[1993-94 NHL season|1993]]. The [[Buffalo Sabres]] tied the Leafs' record in [[2006-07 NHL season|2006]]. The Predators set the franchise mark for wins in a season with a 2-0 shutout of the [[Phoenix Coyotes]] on March 16, [[2006]]. In that match, [[Chris Mason]] became the ninth goaltender to score a goal. By the end of the season, the Predators had accumulated 106 points—their first 100-point season—and clinched home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs for the first time in team history. They finished the season with an NHL-best 32-8-1 record at home.
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In [[2005-06 NHL season|2005-06]], the Predators set an NHL record by winning their first four games by one goal each (although two of those were shootout victories, which would have been tie games in previous seasons). They also became only the fourth NHL franchise to start the season 8-0; the last time a team did so was the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]], who set the mark with a 10-0 start in [[1993-94 NHL season|1993]]. The [[Buffalo Sabres]] tied the Leafs' record in [[2006-07 NHL season|2006]]. The Predators set the franchise mark for wins in a season with a 2-0 shutout of the [[Phoenix Coyotes]] on March 16, [[2006]]. In that match, [[Chris Mason]] became the ninth [[National Hockey League goalies who have scored in a game|goaltender to score]] a goal. By the end of the season, the Predators had accumulated 106 points—their first 100-point season—and clinched home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs for the first time in team history. They finished the season with an NHL-best 32-8-1 record at home.
   
 
In the [[2006 Stanley Cup Playoffs]], the Predators faced the [[San Jose Sharks]] in the Western Conference Quarterfinals. The Sharks beat them in five games.
 
In the [[2006 Stanley Cup Playoffs]], the Predators faced the [[San Jose Sharks]] in the Western Conference Quarterfinals. The Sharks beat them in five games.
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