All-Star promise: Subban says Preds will win Game 3 vs. Pens

All-Star promise: Subban says Preds will win Game 3 vs. Pens

All-Star promise: Subban says Preds will win Game 3 vs. Pens

In the Stanley Cup Final, every play becomes magnified to the point that momentum can swing with every twist and turn, especially when the game is tied. The first, a ricochet off Nashville defenseman Mattias Ekholm, gave the Penguins a 3-0 lead with 17 seconds left in the first period.

After scoring the game-winning goal in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night, helping the Penguins escape with a win in one of the crazier playoff games in recent memory, he played the role of hero again on Wednesday in the Penguins' 4-1 Game 2 win by scoring two more goals, including another game-winner.

Guentzel scored on a rebound 10 seconds into the third off the pad of Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne.

Nashville, a first-time participant in the Stanley Cup Finals, heads home with a sizeable task.

"Yeah, I think. when teams start peppering us, we do a really good job of keeping the shots to the outside, and we limit the quality scoring chances", said winger Bryan Rust. The first came from Jake Guentzel who threw a rebound towards Pekka Rinne, which inexplicably went in. After a scoreless second period, the Penguins took control in the third and seemed to score at will. "We're going to win the next game, and then we'll move forward".

The Penguins had all of three days to get ready for the final following a draining slog through the Eastern Conference that included a pair of Game 7 victories, the second a double-overtime thriller against Ottawa last Thursday.

He bought $350 upper-bowl tickets to the game, watching the Pittsburgh Penguins beat his Predators 5-3. Three minutes later he couldn't handle a Scott Wilson rebound on a two-on-one that bounced in off teammate Vern Fiddler, off his hoof; and 15 seconds after that Rinne got beat clean by Malkin on a attractive shot on another two-on-one.

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Locally, Nashville posted a 22.5 rating, an all-time record for a Predators game on the networks of NBC.

"We're capable of playing even better than we did in Pittsburgh, and I thought we played some great hockey", Subban said.

"I get nervous before pretty much any game".

Game 2 is tonight. It was Guentzel's 12th goal of the playoffs, which is the most of any American-born rookie in playoff history and just two behind Dino Ciccarelli's all-time rookie record of 14. "They're running the shot totals up". Yet his iffy play in Game 1 continued a troubling trend. "Will be happy to get home". Jake Guentzel leads Pittsburgh with 12 goals, Evgeni Malkin has 17 assists and Phil Kessel has 56 shots on goal.

It stayed 4-1 after Pittsburgh's Matt Cullen was ruled offside following a coach's challenge of a goal by Patric Hornqvist. And Waddell knew that it worked, because he talked to his in-laws for 20 minutes with it in his trousers without them suspecting a thing. "Obviously, they're going to be tough to get".

Pittsburgh has just two shots on five power plays and has not scored on any of them.

The Penguins won't be able to escape the catfish at Bridgestone Arena. Authorities said Jacob Waddell, of Nolensville, Tenn., is facing charges after allegedly throwing a dead catfish onto the ice during the hockey game, including misdemeanor counts of possessing instruments of crime and disrupting meetings or processions, as well as a summary count of disorderly conduct.

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