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2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Predators vs. Ducks Game Two — Open thread & TV Schedule

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The Ducks will attempt to tie the series at one before heading to Nashville

Nashville Predators v Anaheim Ducks - Game One Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

Anaheim Ducks vs. Nashville Predators (NSH leads 1-0)

James Neal was the hero for Nashville during the first game, scoring the game-winning goal 10 minutes into the first overtime period. The Predators put 46 shots on net, keeping continuous pressure on Ducks goaltender John Gibson.

Now the ball is in Anaheim’s court, as they try to even the series before it heads back to Nashville. They’ll need to receive some help from their struggling power play, which hasn’t found any success since the second game of the second round.

Nashville Predators Projected Lineup

Left Wing Centre Right Wing
Left Wing Centre Right Wing
Filip Forsberg Colton Sissons Pontus Aberg
Viktor Arvidsson Calle Jarnkrok James Neal
Colin Wilson Frederick Gaudreau Austin Watson
Cody McLeod Vernon Fiddler Miikka Salomaki

Defencemen

Left Defence Right Defence
Left Defence Right Defence
Mattias Ekholm P.K. Subban
Roman Josi Ryan Ellis
Matt Irwin Yannick Weber

Goaltenders

Pekka Rinne
Pekka Rinne
Juuse Sarros

Anaheim Ducks Projected Roster

Left Wing Centre Right Wing
Left Wing Centre Right Wing
Nick Ritchie Ryan Getzlaf Corey Perry
Andrew Cogliano Ryan Kesler Jakob Silfverberg
Chris Wagner Nate Thompson Ondrej Kase
Nicolas Kerdiles Antoine Vermette Jared Boll

Defencemen

Left Defence Right Defence
Left Defence Right Defence
Cam Fowler Sami Vatanen
Hampus Lindholm Brandon Montour
Kevin Bieksa Josh Manson

Goaltenders

John Gibson
John Gibson
Jonathan Bernier

Puck Drop is at 7:30 PM EDT / 4:30 PM PDT

How to watch on TV:

Canada (English): Sportsnet
Canada (French): TVA Sports
In the USA: NBCSN
Elsewhere: NHL.tv/NHL Gamecentre Live, NHL Centre Ice
Live stream in the USA: NBC Sports (cable subscription required)
Live stream in Canada: Sportsnet Now