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ABOUT CAPPERTEK About Us Why Buy Sports Picks? Why Sell Sports Picks? Get Your Service Verified Submit New Service Betting Trends Game Simulator Game Capsensus Affiliate Program Technology Marketing Betting News / Blogs Handicapper Blogs Frequently Asked Questions Free Widgets / Betting Tools Contact Us GAME RECAP CAPPERTEK << Back to Game Previews / Recaps NHL Game Recap: Pittsburgh Penguins (1) vs. Nashville Predators (4) - 6/5/2017 Posted: Monday, June 05, 2017 by CapperTekSEO FINAL 6/5/2017 8:08 PM EST (51 DAYS AGO) MONEYLINE SPREAD TOTAL Pittsburgh Penguins [1] +115 +1.5 (-265) Over 5.5 (+115) Nashville Predators [4] -135 -1.5 (+215) Under 5.5 (-135) 41 PICKS AVAILABLE (7 FREE) CHAT VIEW ALL PICKS GAME PREVIEW Time: 8:00 PM EDT Venue: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN, 37203 NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan maintained a calm veneer as he answered the question, but there was an edge inside his words Saturday night when asked about being outplayed for most of the first three games of the Stanley Cup Finals by the Nashville Predators." We've been outplayed in stretches, you know," he said. "But I don't think anyone should discount the goals we've scored, the counterattack game that we have." That counterattack game wasn't quite as effective Saturday night, though, as Nashville fed off its raucous crowd in Bridgestone Arena for a 5-1 win that cut its series deficit to 2-1. Five different Predators scored goals and Pekka Rinne made 27 saves in his first win over Pittsburgh. Worse yet from a Penguins perspective, they got no shots on goal from either of their star centers -- Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin. It's believed to be the first playoff game during the duo's careers that neither one got a shot to net. If Pittsburgh is to become the first road team to win in the Cup Finals in Game 4 on Monday night, it can't have another zero-shot game from its cornerstone players." I thought they had some looks," Sullivan said. "They had some attempts. They didn't hit the net, obviously. Those are important guys for us. We want them to get pucks on the net because they obviously have the ability to score." Sullivan said one way to get Crosby and Malkin going is to start doing more with the power play. It was powerless in Game 3, failing in three chances. At times, it appeared Nashville had more zone time and chances while short-handed. The Predators were certainly the better team in even-strength play, as has been the case for most of the series. When they finally stayed out of the penalty box during most of the last two periods of Game 3 and buried their chances, they scored three times in the second period and twice more in the third. Nashville also got the benefit of puck luck that worked for the Penguins in the first two games. Roman Josi's tying goal in the second period hit Carter Rowney's stick before beating Matt Murray. James Neal's goal late in the second period caromed off Murray's left ankle from a bad angle." I don't want to blame the first two losses on puck luck," Predators coach Peter Laviolette said, "but it didn't bounce our way all the time. Today it bounced our way a little more. We found looks we liked. Just a good game offensively." One of those looks was Frederick Gaudreau's second goal of the Finals, 42 seconds after Josi's equalizer. Gaudreau, who landed a spot in the lineup after Ryan Johansen (thigh) was declared out of the playoffs during the Western Conference Finals, didn't score in nine regular-season games. But Gaudreau has displayed the scoring touch of his namesake in Calgary, Johnny, during the Finals. His one-timer in the third period tied Game 1 and his wrister to Murray's glove side unlocked a tie for good Saturday night." We saw that he had great skill," Neal said. "I think he's surprising everybody how good he is. He's calm and collected." Game Preview from The Associated Press (AP).
Copyright © 2017 The Associated Press, All Rights Reserved. GAME RECAP Jun 5, 2017  NASHVILLE, Tenn. Frederick Gaudreau sure is doing his best to earn his own locker with the Nashville Predators with a Stanley Cup Final debut for the ages. An undrafted free agent playing just his sixth postseason game, Gaudreau scored the go-ahead goal 3:45 into the second period and Pekka Rinne made 23 often-spectacular saves as the Predators beat the Penguins 4-1 on Monday night to even the series at 2-2. It's now a best-of-three sprint to the Stanley Cup, and Nashville is riding a wave of momentum after outscoring the defending champions 9-2 in the Games 3 and 4 of their Final debut. Gaudreau, a 24-year-old rookie, only has a chair in the Predators' locker room, but he now is the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final, joining Johnny Harms with the 1944 Blackhawks. Calle Jarnkrok, Viktor Arvidsson and Filip Forsberg also scored for Nashville, which improved to 9-1 at home.''We were in a tough hole against a really good team, came home and took care of the home games with the help of all our great fans,'' Rinne said. ''It's a great feeling. We played two really good games.''Sidney Crosby scored his first goal in the series after not getting a shot on goal in Game 3. The goal was his first in the Stanley Cup Final since June 4, 2009 - a span of 12 games. The goal came after he was held without a shot for only the fifth time in his career in the playoffs. The Penguins now have lost two straight for the second time this postseason. They also lost Games 5 and 6 against Washington. Goalie Matt Murray lost consecutive games for the first time in his young career. Game 5 is Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Nashville tapped country singer Dierks Bentley as the latest to sing the national anthem, while country singer Jason Aldean waved the towel to rev up the crowd. Former NBA star and TV commentator Charles Barkley also was on hand, accepting NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman's invitation to watch in person. Rain most of Monday kept the crowd outside from reaching the more than 50,000 who turned Saturday night for the first Stanley Cup Final game in Tennessee. Enough people turned out to fill up Broadway for three blocks with three giant TV screens, even with Nashville opening up a downtown amphitheater for fans to watch. After the anthem, two catfish and one stuffed penguin hit the ice despite Nashville coach Peter Laviolette's video plea earlier Monday asking fans not to throw anything. Craig Smith, who had two of Nashville's first six shots, ricocheted a puck off Murray's pads that Jarnkrok tapped in at 14:51 to start the fans yelling. Pittsburgh lost a challenge for goalie interference. Then Crosby, held without a shot for only the fifth time in the postseason in his career, tied it up for Pittsburgh on a breakaway. He skated in on Rinne, holding the puck before scoring behind the goalie's leg just 66 seconds later for his eighth goal and 24th point of the playoffs. Rinne kept it tied in the early minutes of the second first with a stop of Jake Guentzel before a big save on Chris Kunitz on a breakaway. Play was underway when the horn sounded, and officials reviewed a play and ruled Gaudreau's wraparound attempt slid the puck just over the line before Murray stopped it. Referee Dan O'Halloran announced it as a goal, giving Nashville a 2-1 lead 3:45 into the second.''I heard it on the bench that it was possibly in the net,'' Gaudreau said. ''I wasn't certain. When I heard the horn, I sort of thought it was in.''Crosby had another breakaway nearly midway through the period, and Rinne stopped him not once, but twice. Then the goalie slid to his right stopping Guentzel with an assist from Nashville defenseman Roman Josi. Arvidsson made it a 3-1 Nashville lead with his first goal since the end of the first round. James Neal started the play, getting the puck to captain Mike Fisher who fed the puck up to Arvidsson while falling to the ice. Arvidsson beat Murray under his glove, putting the puck just inside the right post at 13:08. Forsberg sealed the win with an empty-netter with 3:23 left. Notes: Fisher, scoreless until the Final, now has four points. He got his fourth on his 37th birthday. ... With his goal, Crosby now has 161 career playoff points and moved past Mike Bossy, Gordie Howe, Al MacInnis and Bobby Smith for 20th all-time by himself. ... The Penguins now are 13-3 after a playoff loss under coach Mike Sullivan, and Murray is 7-1 in playoff games started after a loss.---More NHL: https://apnews.com/tag/NHLhockey---Follow Teresa M. Walker at www.twitter.com/teresamwalker Game Recap from The Associated Press (AP).
Copyright © 2017 The Associated Press, All Rights Reserved. NHL Game Recap: Pittsburgh Penguins (1) vs. Nashville Predators (4) - Date: 6/5/2017 Jun 5, 2017  NASHVILLE, Tenn. Frederick Gaudreau sure is doing his best to earn his own locker with the Nashville Predators with a Stanley Cup Final debut for the ages. An undrafted free agent playing just his sixth postseason game, Gaudreau scored the go-ahead goal 3:45 into the second period and Pekka Rinne made 23 often-spectacular saves as the Predators beat the Penguins 4-1 on Monday night to even the series at 2-2. It's now a best-of-three sprint to the Stanley Cup, and Nashville is riding a wave of momentum after outscoring the defending champions 9-2 in the Games 3 and 4 of their Final debut. Gaudreau, a 24-year-old rookie, only has a chair in the Predators' locker room, but he now is the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final, joining Johnny Harms with the 1944 Blackhawks. Calle Jarnkrok, Viktor Arvidsson and Filip Forsberg also scored for Nashville, which improved to 9-1 at home.''We were in a tough hole against a really good team, came home and took care of the home games with the help of all our great fans,'' Rinne said. ''It's a great feeling. We played two really good games.''Sidney Crosby scored his first goal in the series after not getting a shot on goal in Game 3. Sports Handicapper Leaderboard. The goal was his first in the Stanley Cup Final since June 4, 2009 - a span of 12 games. Sports Handicapper Scams. The goal came after he was held without a shot for only the fifth time in his career in the playoffs. Fox Sports Picks. The Penguins now have lost two straight for the second time this postseason. They also lost Games 5 and 6 against Washington. Goalie Matt Murray lost consecutive games for the first time in his young career. Game 5 is Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Nashville tapped country singer Dierks Bentley as the latest to sing the national anthem, while country singer Jason Aldean waved the towel to rev up the crowd. Former NBA star and TV commentator Charles Barkley also was on hand, accepting NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman's invitation to watch in person. Rain most of Monday kept the crowd outside from reaching the more than 50,000 who turned Saturday night for the first Stanley Cup Final game in Tennessee. Enough people turned out to fill up Broadway for three blocks with three giant TV screens, even with Nashville opening up a downtown amphitheater for fans to watch. After the anthem, two catfish and one stuffed penguin hit the ice despite Nashville coach Peter Laviolette's video plea earlier Monday asking fans not to throw anything. Craig Smith, who had two of Nashville's first six shots, ricocheted a puck off Murray's pads that Jarnkrok tapped in at 14:51 to start the fans yelling. Pittsburgh lost a challenge for goalie interference. Then Crosby, held without a shot for only the fifth time in the postseason in his career, tied it up for Pittsburgh on a breakaway. He skated in on Rinne, holding the puck before scoring behind the goalie's leg just 66 seconds later for his eighth goal and 24th point of the playoffs. Rinne kept it tied in the early minutes of the second first with a stop of Jake Guentzel before a big save on Chris Kunitz on a breakaway. Play was underway when the horn sounded, and officials reviewed a play and ruled Gaudreau's wraparound attempt slid the puck just over the line before Murray stopped it. Referee Dan O'Halloran announced it as a goal, giving Nashville a 2-1 lead 3:45 into the second.''I heard it on the bench that it was possibly in the net,'' Gaudreau said. ''I wasn't certain. When I heard the horn, I sort of thought it was in.''Crosby had another breakaway nearly midway through the period, and Rinne stopped him not once, but twice. Then the goalie slid to his right stopping Guentzel with an assist from Nashville defenseman Roman Josi. Arvidsson made it a 3-1 Nashville lead with his first goal since the end of the first round. James Neal started the play, getting the puck to captain Mike Fisher who fed the puck up to Arvidsson while falling to the ice. Arvidsson beat Murray under his glove, putting the puck just inside the right post at 13:08. Forsberg sealed the win with an empty-netter with 3:23 left. Notes: Fisher, scoreless until the Final, now has four points. He got his fourth on his 37th birthday. ... With his goal, Crosby now has 161 career playoff points and moved past Mike Bossy, Gordie Howe, Al MacInnis and Bobby Smith for 20th all-time by himself. ... The Penguins now are 13-3 after a playoff loss under coach Mike Sullivan, and Murray is 7-1 in playoff games started after a loss.---More NHL: https://apnews.com/tag/NHLhockey---Follow Teresa M. Walker at www.twitter.com/teresamwalker

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