NOTES: The Jets played Tuesday night without LW Evander Kane, whose right hand is swollen up like an oven mitt due to an infection. He will be sidelined at least until after the Olympic break ends in late February. Kane missed four games after slicing his knuckle open during a scrap with Tampa Bay D Eric Brewer on Jan. 7. He returned a week ago, scoring once and setting up three other goals in four games, but was forced out again. ... Barry Trotz, the only head coach in Predators history and tops on the NHL's active coaching seniority list, hails from Dauphin, Manitoba, a town about 200 miles northwest of Winnipeg. ... The Jets wore commemorative No. 11 Rick Rypien jerseys during their warm-up skate as part of Let's Talk Day, to raise funds and awareness for mental health issues in Canada. Rypien, who played in the NHL from 2005 to 2011, struggled with depression and, shortly after signing with Winnipeg in 2011, committed suicide. He was 27. ... Shea Weber entered the game with the league lead in goals by a defenseman (13). The Predators were 10-1-2 when their captain scored.