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WINNIPEG Jake Guentzel Jersey Kids , Manitoba (AP) Filip Forsberg, Pekka Rinne and the Nashville Predators showed they aren’t ready for their season to end yet.Forsberg had two goals and an assist, Rinne stopped 34 shots for his second shutout of the playoffs, and the Predators beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-0 on Monday to force a decisive Game 7 in their Western Conference semifinal series.”Desperation,” Rinne said after his fifth career playoff shutout. ”It just shows that we have a really tight group.”Viktor Arvidsson also scored twice, including a late empty-netter, and added an assist for the Predators. Roman Josi and Ryan Johansen each had two assists.After the Jets’ top line combined for eight points in a 6-2 victory in Game 5 in Nashville to take a 3-2 series lead, the Predators No. 1 trio of Forsberg, Arvidsson and Johansen did the same when it mattered most.”It’s the most fun,” Forsberg said. ”You can never have more fun than playing these elimination games. … Just try to enjoy it as much as possible.”Connor Hellebuyck stopped 25 shots for the Jets.Game 7 in this series in which neither team has won consecutive games is Thursday at Nashville, Tennessee, with the winner advancing to face the expansion Vegas Golden Knights in the Western Conference final. Each team has also won twice on the road.”It’s been back and forth, up and down,” Winnipeg head coach Paul Maurice said. ”It’s probably right that it’s going seven.”The Jets finished 0 for 4 on the power play, including three chances in the first period.”The power play is probably just a microcosm of the way we played,” Winnipeg center Paul Stastny said. ”We probably weren’t moving as well or as sharp as we wanted.”With the Predators up 1-0 after one period, Forsberg doubled the lead at 8:44 of the second on a great solo rush for his sixth of the postseason. After breaking his stick in the defensive zone blocking a shot, the Swedish forward raced to the bench to get a new one as the puck almost simultaneously arrived at his feet. Forsberg stayed onside http://www.officialpenguinsproshop.com/authentic-adidas-justin-schultz-jersey , fought off Jets defenseman Ben Chairot and beat Hellebuyck short-side before crashing into the net.Winnipeg had made an earlier push coming out of the first intermission, with Paul Stastny’s shot just wide being the best chance after Mathieu Perreault’s dump in hit the linesman and caromed into the slot. Stastny also missed from a tight angle off the boards on the follow up on Rinne.After Forsberg made it 2-0, Rinne was there to stop Adam Lowry with his pad before just getting a piece of Mark Scheifele’s shot on an abbreviated 2-on-1 to keep Nashville up by two.The Jets got their fourth power play of the night early in the third, but Scheifele fired wide on the best opportunity.Forsberg then took a pass from behind the net, played it between his own legs and beat Hellebuyck for his second of the night and seventh of the playoffs at 5:55.”I don’t think there’s any question that Fil’s a big-game player,” Predators coach Peter Laviolette said. ”(The second) goal was just good work by their line, but he had to finish it off. Let’s be honest, none of us in this room can make that play. … You’ve got to give him a lot of credit.”With Hellebuyck pulled for an extra skater, Arvidsson scored into the empty net with 4:02 left to seal Nashville’s win.Nashville took the lead just 62 seconds into the first period to quiet the usual rowdy, white-clad crowd at Bell MTS Place on Arvidsson’s fourth. The speedy winger crashed into the end boards after being taken down by Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien. Arvidsson briefly complained to the referee before getting back in the slot just in time to make a defensive deflection of a blast from Josi that looked destined to hit him directly in his head as he dropped to the ice.Referee Wes McCauley initially waved off the goal that bounced past Hellebuyck for high-sticking, but it was determined after video review that Arvidsson’s stick was below the crossbar on the tip.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.NOTES: The extra day before Game 7 is due to a Justin Timberlake concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday night. … Teemu Selanne, a member of the original Jets from 1992-96, was in attendance. … Predators forward Scott Hartnell returned to the lineup after sitting out Game 5 as a healthy scratch. Calle Jarnkrok also drew in for Nashville on the fourth line with Mike Fisher after sitting out the last three. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Devan Dubnyk and the Minnesota Wild are getting plenty of practice in defending three-goal leads.Dubnyk made 32 saves, and Minnesota’s three-goal advantage held up for the third straight game as the Wild beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Tuesday night.Eric Staal, Zach Parise and Marcus Foligno all scored in the first 6:17 for the Wild, who ran their home point streak to a franchise-record 13 games (10-0-3).”We’ll take three-goal leads every game Kris Letang Jersey ,” Staal said. ”We’ll do that every time. That’s fine. Three’s a big hill. For us to be able to come out with that lead and to be able to get that, it’s big.”Human nature, I think, is sometimes you sit back and the other team’s got nothing to lose so they’re going for it. You can get on your heels a little bit, which we did, I think, a little bit.”John Gilmour scored his first NHL goal in his third game for New York, and Kevin Hayes added his 13th goal of the season. Henrik Lundqvist stopped 26 shots for the Rangers.”We beat ourselves,” Lundqvist said. ”It’s tough, especially the way we played for 45-50 minutes. That’s the way we need to start, and it’s on all of us, me not coming up with the extra save.”Minnesota hasn’t lost at home since Dec. 16 against Edmonton and owns the league’s longest home point streak of the season. The Wild have outscored opponents 49-25 during the run.With 3-0 leads at home, Minnesota lost in overtime to Arizona on Thursday and followed with a shutout of Chicago on Saturday. New York pressured, outshooting the Wild 19-8 in the second period when Hayes scored his goal to bring the Rangers within one.”The message was the same as I’ve been telling them lately,” Minnesota coach Bruce Boudreau said. ”Do you want to keep on going on like this and getting 40 shots on goal a game? Having to fight. You get a 3-0 lead and fight to keep it. It’s not the right way to play. If we’re playing the right way, something good will probably happen.”The Wild clamped down in the third, giving up just four shots.”The third period was fantastic,” Dubnyk said. ”Real good dialogue in here between all the guys going into the third Mario Lemieux Jersey , and we just wanted to go play. We spent the majority of the period in the neutral zone or in their end, and that’s I’m sure frustrating for them. That was picture-perfect when you have a lead.”Staal scored his 25th goal of the season three minutes in after getting the puck near the Wild’s own blue line and tipping it past defenders twice on his way to the net. Staal has a four-game point streak and five goals in the past six games.Parise added his third of the season less than two minutes later when he was in on the forecheck and poked at the puck in Rick Nash’s control, and the puck got by Lundqvist.After Foligno made it 3-0, Gilmour scored his first goal with a big slap shot from the point to cap the scoring in the first.”As a coach, you want your players to give you what they have,” Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. ”I thought those young guys are learning every minute they’re on the ice, and they did some good plays with and without the puck.”NOTES: Minnesota D Nick Seeler made his NHL debut a day after being recalled from the American Hockey League. Seeler, raised in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, was a fifth-round draft choice by the Wild in 2011. He becomes the 25th native Minnesotan to play for the Wild and the 51st Minnesota-born player to play in the NHL this season. … Seeler made it eight native Minnesotans in Tuesday’s game. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the eight Minnesota-born players to suit up matches the most for a game involving the Wild, a feat that first occurred on Dec. 9, 2014 against the New York Islanders. Seeler, Parise, Matt Cullen, Nate Prosser and backup goaltender Alex Stalock were the Minnesotans for the Wild. Brady Skjei, Neal Pionk and Vinni Lettieri were the Minnesotans for the Rangers. Minnesotans Ryan McDonagh (New York) and Mike Reilly (Wild) were scratched. … Pionk recorded his first career point with an assist on Hayes’ goal in the second. It was his third NHL game. … Foligno played in his 400th career game.UP NEXTRangers: At the New York Islanders on Thursday night.Wild: Host Washington on Thursday night.—
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