Stanley Cup final: Penguins take 2-0 series lead after late surge against Predators
Jake Guentzel scored twice and Matt Murray made 37 saves because the Pittsburgh Penguins chased off Predators goalie Pekka Rinne and moved two wins off from an additional consecutive title by beating Nashville 4-1 in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup final on Wednesday night.
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Scott Wilson and Evgeni Malkin also scored for Pittsburgh, who won to your ninth amount of time in the 2011 playoffs when being outshot. The Predators had 38 shots towards the Penguins’ 27, but Rinne allowed four goals on 25 shots together with the hook favoring the use of backup Juuse Saros during the third period.
Pittsburgh’s third-period onslaught took a game which was tied along at the second intermission and broke it open up. The Penguins scored three goals in 3:18 and became the 46th team since 1939 to lead one more 2-0.
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