The Predators finally caught up to Mike Fisher on Thursday night.

Nashville returned home from a difficult road trip and beat Calgary 5-3 behind Fisher’s two goals.

It was more of the same for Fisher, who had continued to shine despite the Predators’ struggles.

During a four-game losing streak that the Predators brought into Thursday’s game, Fisher had scored a goal in three and an assist in the other.

He now has five goals over five games. Fisher failed to score against Edmonton on Sunday but did get an assist.

“I don’t think I’ve changed a whole lot,” said Fisher, who has nine goals this season. “I’ve just tried to be consistent and be in front of the net, get there for rebounds and try to be in the right spots. The puck’s just kind of finding me right now. Hopefully I can keep it going.”

Missed call: Calgary took a 1-0 lead by scoring while short-handed, which was a point of frustration for the Predators.

But maybe it shouldn’t have been.

Defenseman Roman Josi said the Flames’ line change, which led to the goal scored by Mark Giordano, should not have been allowed.