Nashville Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne registered his 25th win of the season last night, when his team won 5-0 against the Los Angeles Kings. This win was Rinne 294th of his career, and his 48th shutout. He passed Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick for 28th in all-time shutouts, and tied Mike Liut for 35th all-time in wins!
Drafted 258th by the Predators in 2004, Rinne has a record of 25-8-3 so far this season, with a 2.29 goal-against average and a .928 save percentage. In 544 games started so far in the NHL, the Finnish goaltender has a record of 294-163-65, with a 2.37 goals-against average and a .918 save percentage.
The Predators are currently second in the Central division with a record of 30-12-7.
Rinne took part in the All-Star game last weekend, and made some outstanding saves like this one against Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid!