If there's one thing that the Nashville Predators have been known for on the ice in just over 1,000 NHL games, it's goaltending. That chain started with Tomas Vokoun, and the tradition has continued through to Vezina Trophy finalist Pekka Rinne.

And at Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday night, Vokoun – Predators past turned Washington Capitals present – and Rinne put on a show. Amid some uneven, downright ugly play on both sides, the goalies made saves of the routine and spectacular variety in what ended as a 3-1 Predators victory.