Preds fans stand out in Winnipeg's Game 6 'white out'


"We were built to come on the road and win big games". Predators are 4-0 in their last 4 Thursday games and Predators are 0-5 in their last 5 games following a win and Predators are 4-1 in their last 5 games playing on 2 days rest.

A series pitting the NHL's top two regular-season teams has lived up to billing, a titanic, heavyweight fortnight which has not only failed to produce two straight wins by any single team but even within those six games a tug of war of identities and systems prevailing for minutes at a time, but never an entire night.

Myers has played one previous Game 7 in the National Hockey League, with the Buffalo Sabres when they lost 5-2 to the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2011 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. Over is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings in Nashville. And Winnipeg's power play was shooting blanks, going 0-for-4, including 0-for-3 in the first period. There have been an terrible lot of seven-game series that have happened in the history of the National Hockey League, and somebody was up 3-2 in every single one of them. You'd think it would favour the home team. And while some will say the Jets, a novice Stanley Cup contender battling against a the defending Western Conference champion Predators, blew their opportunity or lacked the experience to get the job done in a potentially series-ending and season-altering contest, Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice wasn't lamenting missed opportunities. The Jets have won two games on the road. "If we play solid defence, I like our chances".

No team has won two games in a row in this memorable series.

"He's a veteran player capable of scoring a goal", Laviolette said.

The Grammy Award-winning country trio of Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Dave Haywood were smoothly singing through their flawless harmonies, but when it came to the words "O'er the ramparts we watched", things started to get a little wonky - as seen in the video above. Most will expect the survivor of the Winnipeg-Nashville series to eliminate the first-year expansion team.

"It's all about one game, it's all about the next game", Stastny said.

Want more in-depth features and expert analysis on the game you love? . He's got to get back to relaxing in terms of his expectations of every time he touches the puck something's going to happen - in playoffs that rarely happens - and then focusing that extra energy in other areas of the game. He said the Jets will have high confidence going back to Nashville. Both of those series went six games, and Barry Trot and the Caps have been through the emotional ringer.

A quick look at the history books shows that Thursday night's showdown in Nashville will be just the fifth such event in Jets history.

On the Winnipeg side, centre Bryan Little didn't take part in the morning skate, but head coach Paul Maurice didn't seem concerned about his availability for Game 6. "We'll look at that, for sure, and try and be better". In Game 1 Nashville tried to go down the middle of the ice and start their offense that way. "(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.