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STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS: Ducks snap Predators' streak

20 Mai 2017

And as a team it gives us that extra boost.

SISK: For Game 3 against the Ducks, the Predators brought in players from the city's pro football team, the Tennessee Titans, to get the crowd riled up. It only counts as one victory, but it ties a series that resumes Friday night in Anaheim and has miles to go, and probably three more games, before it sleeps.

"I'm going to tell you you're going to get frustrated", Carlyle said of going into overtime after giving up the lead. Fowler played 28:10, had four blocked shots - both team highs - had three shots on goal and set up Rickard Rakell's goal at 11:30 in the first period with a dynamic stretch pass.

"I'll take it", said Perry, who added the day off played a part in the win. The veteran was injured during the third period of Game 4 when Manson accidentally hit him in the head with a knee while leaping to reach a puck.

ABOUT THE PREDATORS: Nashville continues to receive stellar production from its blue-line corps, with Roman Josi delivering the decisive goal and Ellis adding an assist to boost their playoff totals to 10 points each - a franchise record for defensemen. When officials first waved off a would-be goal by Colton Sissons at 6:25 and then Ryan Johansen's goal at 6:33, fans started tossing towels onto the ice.

Nashville brought out inaugural American Idol victor Kelly Clarkson as the latest big name to sing the national anthem, and rock group Kings of Leon stirred up the crowd by waving from the bandstand in Music City's latest show of star power.

It didn't matter. Forsberg materialized in front of Gibson, with Victor Arvidsson behind the net and fetching the puck. Of those 10 straight wins at home, six of those have come when Nashville trailed at some point in the game.In Game 3, the adversity was clearly there.

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Lee said that he does not know what the NHL's conditions are, "but whatever they ask - if it is acceptable for us - we will do our best". Anaheim didn't score on their two power play chances.

"It's pretty rare to see a team that expects their players to do that for a full 60 minutes, and that's what they do", Fowler said.

This spectacle is a major reason why the Predators have sold out every one of their home games this season. Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan held up a big catfish, and Urban later was shown on the video board holding up a big catfish.

We are even once again in this series as we shift gears and return to Anaheim for game five, which is slated for Saturday night at 7:15 ET.

Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg said he doesn't know if it matters right now if the Predators are at home or not because of how aggressively they're playing. But we still had a chance. "And I think since then I've obviously done a good job".

The goal finally was credited to Perry after the Ducks appealed to the National Hockey League.

But the net came off its moorings at the same time with Ekholm crashing into it. Referee Brad Meier immediately waved off the goal, which was upheld on review. With the Ducks already holding a significant matchup advantage at center with captain Ryan Getzlaf, Ryan Kesler, Antoine Vermette and Nate Thompson manning the middle, coach Randy Carlyle will look to exploit it as Anaheim tries to take one step closer to a Stanley Cup Final berth. That earned McLeod an instigator penalty along with a game misconduct.