NASHVILLE - The Nashville Predators' collection of players had all kinds of "Who's that?" skaters.
Yet they were a veteran side in comparison to the visiting Calgary Flames.
On a night featuring two clubs more impacted by the NHL Draft lottery than the Stanley Cup playoff chase, you'd have figured this was a pre-season game at Bridgestone Arena, with more numbers befitting offensive linemen on the ice than hockey players.
The end result was what you'd expect for the Flames.
With a roster filled with youngsters -- only two forwards with more than 140 NHL games under their belts laced up for the Calgary squad -- the Flames dropped a 4-3 clash with the Nashville Predators on Tuesday night before an announced crowd of 17,113 fans.