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Game 6 Reaction: Offensive Drought, Power-Play Woes Were Predators’ Undoing



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Nashville Hockey Now’s Michael Gallagher talks Nashville Predators with Braden Gall of 440 Sports and Emma Lingan of the Hockey News on the Gold Standard podcast.

We react to everything that happened in the Predators shutout loss to the Vancouver Canucks in Game 6 on Friday.

No big-picture discussions! We’ll save that for future podcasts.

Nashville’s power play went 2-for-22. It wasn’t the reason the Predators lost the series, but we explain why it was a reason they didn’t win.

Juuse Saros was fantastic in Friday’s loss. We discuss why he was so good and explain why he was far from the reason the Predators were eliminated in the first round.

Though it was a low-scoring series, Predators-Canucks may have been the most entertaining first-round series of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and fans may not truly appreciate the chess match that went on between Jack Adams finalists Andrew Brunette and Rick Tocchet.

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