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Friday night hockey at UBS Arena, and the New York Islanders have the opportunity to earn two points against a tired team who won an emotionally exhausting game last night. The Nashville Predators went up 2-0 on the New Jersey Devils, then fell behind 3-2, then tied it in the final seconds of the game before winning in overtime. And they ran out their strong starter, Juuse Saros.
Jesse Ventura's foray into film acting with the 1987 action flick "Predator" occurred with no input from Vince McMahon, and the WWF chieftain's reaction to the wrestler's thespian aspiration ran the emotional gamut from anger to self-serving. In an interview on Chris Jericho's "Talk is Jericho" podcast, Ventura's agent/manager Barry...
Pickswise provides exclusive sports betting content to Syracuse.com, including picks, analysis, tools, games and sportsbook offers to help bettors get in on the action. The New York Islanders were on a roll recently until their recent loss to the Philadelphia Flyers and will be looking to bounce back against the Nashville Predators at home tonight. The Preds will be traveling into Long Island after playing the New Jersey Devils last night. New York and Nashville don’t play each other often, but they play a similar style of hockey, so it should be an interesting matchup tonight.
Ryan Johansen scored his second goal of the game 33 seconds into overtime and Juuse Saros made 25 saves in the Nashville Predators’ 4-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night at Prudential Center in Newark. Johansen took a pass from Matt Duchene and beat goalie Vitek Vanecek from in front. “That was huge for us. We could have easily walked out with no points,” Johansen said. “We made a couple of big plays and had a great result.” Nashville has won seven in a row at Prudential Center, sending the Devils to their second loss in their last 18 games...
Mikael Granlund Tallied the Equalizer, Ryan Johansen the Game-Winner in First of Two-Game Road Trip. The Nashville Predators survived a second-period rally to secure a 4-3 overtime win over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday at Prudential Center. Despite a dominant first period, the Preds went from leading 2-0 to...
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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Ryan Johansen scored his second goal of the game 33 seconds into overtime and Juuse Saros made 25 saves in the Nashville Predators’ 4-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night. Johansen took a pass from Matt Duchene and beat goalie Vitek Vanecek from in front. “That was huge for us. We could have easily walked out with no points,″ Johansen said. “We made a couple of big plays and had a great result.” Mikael Granlund tied it for Nashville with nine seconds left in regulation. The Devils had a power-play chance in the closing minutes when Nashville was called for too many men, but Granlund scored 37 seconds after the penalty expired. Johansen also assisted on the tying goal along with Filip Forsberg.
NEW YORK ISLANDERS (15-9-0) VS NASHVILLE PREDATORS (11-9-2) 7:30 PM | UBS ARENA | BUY TICKETS. The New York Islanders take on the Nashville Predators on Friday at UBS Arena. The Predators won the last matchup on Nov. 17 at Bridgestone Arena 5-4 after jumping out to a 4-1 lead in the first period. The Islanders are 0-6-2 in their last eight games against the Predators. Their last win came on Oct. 28, 2017.
Any New York Islanders coaches and players who spent Thursday night watching their next opponent saw something very familiar -- a win generated by a third-period comeback. The Nashville Predators will look to complete a successful back-to-back road set Friday night when they oppose the Islanders in Elmont, N.Y. The...
Mikael Granlund scored with nine seconds remaining in the third period and Ryan Johansen tallied 33 seconds into overtime to
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The New Jersey Devils had an unfortunate start, as an early turnover led to Ryan Johansen getting around Jonas Siegenthaler and shooting on Vanecek - and he picked up the rebound to give the Nashville Predators a 1-0 lead just 11 seconds into the game. The Devils largely dominated the run of play after the goal, however, and by the 10-minute mark they were outshooting the Predators 7-4, with over twice as many shot attempts.