Sometimes, Predators defenseman Shea Weber sounds like a coach. The even-keeled captain always finds a spot where his team can improve. That's why he decided to dwell on the 2½ periods the Predators didn't play well, rather than their comeback in the final 10 minutes to beat the Wild 5-4 on Tuesday. "If we always play like that, we're not going to be able to pull that off," Weber said Wednesday. "It's good that we know that we can come from behind and we have the confidence we're never out of a game, but we need to do a lot better in the little areas."
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