Nashville massacre

BOB MACKIN -- 24 Hours Vancouver

, Last Updated: 8:29 AM ET

Nashville Predators' 6-0 goal feast last night made the Vancouver Canucks look like turkeys in the only NHL game on American Thanksgiving.

The loss ended a three-game Canucks winning streak.

Canucks' goaltender Dany Sabourin allowed two even-strength goals before the game was five minutes old to Alexander Radulov and Darcy Hordichuk.

Sabourin allowed three more on just five second period shots. Scott Hartnell scored twice and Marek Zidlicky had a single during a span of less than two and a half minutes. Hartnell's second marker came just 17 seconds after Zidlicky's and spurred Canucks' head coach Alain Vigneault to pull Sabourin.

Roberto Luongo allowed Shea Weber's goal and made three saves before Sabourin returned for the third period.

Predators also made a change, replacing starter Tomas Vokoun with Chris Mason after two periods.

Canucks visit the Colorado Avalanche tomorrow in Denver (7 p.m. Team 1040/CBC).


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