The Nashville Predators had a November for the books, and Pekka Rinne was, without a doubt, the trophy on the mantel.
Rinne, the 34-year-old Finland native, was awarded the NHL’s First Star of the Month on Thursday. The Nashville netminder went for an astounding 9-1-2 during the month of November, carrying with him a .949 save percentage. He is the first Predators player in franchise history to be honored with the award.
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Original story by Thomas Willis, Nashville Predators.