Nashville Predators can not afford penalties tonight
May 07 2018
The team is 6-1 in those games.
The Jets didn't get on the board until there were just 49.6 seconds left in the game, when Patrik Laine snapped his six-game goal drought to prevent Winnipeg from getting shut out at home for the first time all season.
"I'm sad. I wish they won", she said. A number of things happened.
"We don't change anything (moving forward in the series)", Jets captain Blake Wheeler said, according to the Winnipeg Free Press.
Winnipeg, which had been 4-0 at home in the playoffs, didn't score until Laine snapped a shot five-hole on Rinne on a six-on-four advantage. But they can take comfort knowing they beat the Predators in game one of this series. It's lapses like this that that have fans scratching their heads, hoping for a more complete game from a team that is clearly in this series. When you look at the numbers as a whole this has been a pretty even series in terms of chances and high danger opportunities, but the Jets have been better at making theirs count. It's going to be important. "It'll be a matter of who wants it more", Jets centre Mark Scheifele said Friday.
Game 4 is Thursday night in Winnipeg before things shift back to Nashville for Game 5 on Saturday. "And then they have a real good transition game". "So I think in this position, this is exactly what both teams expected: for it to be a long series". The Predators now have the possibility of having two more home games during this series. The next game is extremely important. Also. make sure to "like" SlapShot Radio on Facebook. here's the link. The Preds have their backs against the wall and will be going all out on offense to keep their season alive and they will have to as Pekka Rinne has a 3.23 GAA in the postseason so far.
Gersich played three years at UND, scoring 43 goals and tallying 77 points in 117 career games. After a wide-open and wild 7-4 comeback win in Game 3 on home ice, the Jets had few answers for a smothering Predators defensive effort in the low-scoring Game 4 loss.
And his most incredible play on the night was on an assist. He had 12:46 of ice time and made some good plays with the puck in tight areas.
"Every game is up in the air". "Both teams play hard". "That was an wonderful team game". It's fun hockey to be a part of. "We can't wait to get back there on Monday". Winnipeg went one-for-four on the power play, while Nashville was zero-for-one.
Adam Vingan lays out all the missteps the Nashville Predators had in the 7-4 loss to Winnipeg, and what they need to do to capture a win in Game 4. It increased the lead to 2-0. The final two goals of the game were empty-net goals, so there's not much the Predators could have done to stop those.
"True to Winnipeg's winning spirit, we at Winnipeg Harvest are absolutely thrilled at the outpouring of support from True North Sports + Entertainment and our community", said Keren Taylor-Hughes, executive director, Winnipeg Harvest. Amazingly, it was the hard-working Tanev's first assist of the post-season. But a crucial Game 5 on the road in a deadlocked series will be the toughest yet. If you don't have a ticket, the downtown party starts at 6:30 p.m. and the game will be televised on CBC. And, he got a bit lucky, too.