NHL: NASHVILLE (2-3) at ANAHEIM (3-5) <h3>Arnott looks to spark Predators</h3> <div class="pre">Nashville (2-3-0) at Anaheim (3-4-1) 10:00 pm EDT</div> ANAHEIM, California (Ticker) -- Jason Arnott has not missed abeat from last season. Unfortunately, his team has not beenable to follow his lead. The Nashville Predators will attempt to snap a three-game losingstreak when they head to the Honda Center on Wednesday to facethe Anaheim Ducks. Arnott, whose 54 points last season was 22 fewer that thecareer-high 76 points he scored in 2005, has been a bright spotfor the Predators, leading the team with seven points. On theother hand, Nashville, which had a franchise-record 110 pointslast season, has been outscored, 17-8, over its last threecontests. After Chris Mason yielded just one goal over the first 63 shotshe faced this season - both wins - the 31-year-old goaltenderhas allowed 15 goals over the previous 64 shots, including sixgoals in Saturday's 7-4 loss to the Calgary Flames. His 3.75goals-against average ranks 30th in the league. Unlike the Predators, the defending Stanley Cup champion Duckshave righted themselves after a three-game skid, winning two outof their last three. That turnaround has been helped by theplay of netminder Ilya Bryzgalov, who has stopped 50 of the 54shots he has faced while regular goaltender Jean-SebastienGiguere recovers from a hernia surgery. Anaheim has dominated the series since Nashville entered the NHLin 1998-99, going 19-7-4 with two ties.