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    Post by jedi17 Sat 15 Apr 2017, 10:46 pm


    Preds/Hawks Game 2
    April 15, 2017, 2:17 PM ET [305 Comments]
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    Western Conference Quarterfinal
    Game 2

    Nashville Predators at Chicago Blackhawks
    Nashville leads series 1-0
    7PM Central
    NBC


    GOALIES:
    Pekka Rinne/Nashville
    Corey Crawford/Chicago


    NOTES:
    It can be argued Nashville coach Peter Laviolette got the better of Joel Quenneville in Game 1, or perhaps a Hawk team that wasn’t fully prepared for the intensity of playoff hockey. Regardless, if there was any good news in the game 1 loss for Chicago, it was that the Hawks caught on quickly and played hard the latter two periods.

    Quenneville has adjusted his lines and perhaps his approach for Game 2:

    Hartman-Toews-Panik
    Panarin-Anisimov-kane
    Schmaltz-Kruger-Hossa
    Rasmussen-Kero-Tootoo

    Ryan Hartman and Nick Schmaltz trade spots, likely with an eye toward adding some snarl and physicality to Jonathan Toews’ line. Dennis Rasmussen, whose game is all grind, joins Tanner Kero and Jordin Tootoo on the new fourth line. Both Tootoo and Kero played well in Game 1.

    I will recap tomorrow.

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