Published: Wed, May 09, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Predators shut out Jets, force Game 7

Predators shut out Jets, force Game 7

It was the same thing. The Predators know they can win in Winnipeg, they did it back in game four, but now it is a must-win situation, or the seasons over for the NHL's top point producing team. His second goal - which made it 3-0 in the third - was a beauty. The Jets and Predators victor will face the victor of the San Jose Sharks and Vegas Golden Knights in the Western Conference Final.

"We're expecting (the Predators') best game of the season but we haven't anxious about the other team all year and we're not going to start worrying about the other team now".

"They were good on the road, we were good in our last game", he concluded.

The Jets beat the Predators Saturday 6-2 in Nashville to go up in the series 3-2 and tonight will have a chance at advancing to the first conference final in the city's history. First, Connor scored off the rebound of a shot by Scheifele with 7:30 left for his first postseason goal, then Rinne lost his stick in a scrum in the crease. Staring down 50 Winnipeg shots, Rinne stopped all but four to guide Nashville to a series-tying victory. Arvidsson re-directed in the shot past Hellebuyck.

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Forsberg entered Game 6 with five goals for the Predators in the current playoff run. His fourth goal of the playoffs was assisted by Roman Josi and Ryan Johansen and the Predators had an early one goal lead.

Heading into the best-of-seven, we outlined a few matchups that were going of must-watch calibre in the second round, and chief among them was the tete-a-tete between two Vezina Trophy nominees: the Jets' Connor Hellebuyck and the Predators' Pekka Rinne. Their best opportunity - a stuff play on the doorstep.

The veteran forward listed off the usual things an energy player hopes to add - be hard on the forecheck, responsible in his own end, chip in offensively - before mentioning what could be the biggest reason he will find himself in the lineup for Game 6 at a raucous Bell MTS Place.

After backstopping the Predators to the Stanley Cup final last spring, Rinne was determined to help keep his team's season alive and he did by delivering a 34-save shutout.

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"It's been what's given us success all year", Wheeler said. We're gonna win a game, we're going to come back here. "It just shows that we have a really tight group here and you want to play for your teammate and that's how I see it I feel like it was desperate effort and just play for each other and we knew that we need to improve and we did it as a team".

Scott Hartnell says there's "no secret" to what he will try to bring if called upon with his Nashville Predators facing elimination against the Winnipeg Jets.

"Our power play is a results-driven power play". "We had a lot of zone time trying to create chances".

Little's availability was in question after he was the lone member of the Jets to skip the morning skate. The Predators are looking to do what the Jets did to them... It's been back and forth, up and down. "Sometimes you take your foot off the gas a little bit, you think it's going to be a little easier, it's never going to be like that".

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They sure skated like the third-youngest team in the National Hockey League in Game 6, dressing 11 players under the age of 25, feeling their way through a night so big that the Finnish Flash himself in Teemu Selanne flew in from California to be there for the clincher.

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