Predators rally behind Subban guarantee, defeat Jets in Game 6

Predators rally behind Subban guarantee, defeat Jets in Game 6

Everyone was done except our series. Sure, he's dropped two games in the series, but he was excellent in his Game 4 loss, stopping 27 of the 29 shots that came his way, and he's posted a.926 save percentage for the series.

The Jets head to Tennessee knowing they can win there after picking up a convincing 4-1 victory in Game 1 before playing the Predators tight in a 5-4 double overtime loss in Game 2. The Jets, meanwhile, have scored one, final-minute, meaningless goal combined in the last six periods played in this arena. Predators forward Scott Hartnell returned to the lineup after sitting out Game 5 as a healthy scratch. Rinne played one of his best games of this series against the Jets, after being pulled in the last game at home.

The all important, victor take all game seven is scheduled for Thursday in Nashville. "It just takes a lot of practise, takes a lot of you doing", Forsberg said.

The Nashville Predators who lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games in the Stanley Cup Finals last season now have an opportunity to make another appearance if they can take a Game 7 from the explosive Winnipeg Jets get by the fantastic Vegas Golden Knights.

"You've got to live every day and play every game like it could be the swing game". Staring down 50 Winnipeg shots, Rinne stopped all but four to guide Nashville to a series-tying victory. He then got up and got to the slot area as Roman Josi sent a shot from the left point that hit Arvidsson as he was falling. The teams went to the room with the Predators holding a two goal lead... and Pred Nation holding their collective breath.

The Jets made it 5-2 just 28 seconds into the third, stifling any Nashville rally when Scheifele scored his ninth goal this postseason from the slot.

Forsberg put on the show with three points on the night, and one of his two goals was ridiculous.

Oh... and Pekka Rinne was outstanding.

The Winnipeg Jets are only one win away from advancing to the Western Conference Final in the 2018 National Hockey League Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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"That's great", Rinne said. "We worked way too hard and way too long and built this team together".

"The energy of Jets fans so far, we've all seen it, and I think that you're going to see it in a really big way tonight", said Economic Development Winnipeg spokesperson Matt Schaubroeck. Nashville did just that, and for one night at least, it was more than the Jets could handle.

"Our power play is a results-driven power play".

The rest of the first period was back and forth but featured no goals.

"It's going to take everyone", defenseman Ryan Ellis said. "Pittsburgh lost tonight. They've learned all those lessons you're supposed to learn - killer instinct - all those words that come out today that we didn't get".

But they also know the Predators won't go quietly.

"He's so loose before games", Winnipeg center Bryan Little said, according to TSN.

The Predators and Jets finished with the two best records during the regular season - Nashville had 117 points to win its first Presidents' Trophy, while Winnipeg was right behind with 114 points.

"We just got to do whatever it takes to win".