Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Rangers Top Senators To Cut Ottawa Series Advantage To 2-1; Predators Top Blues, Are One Win Away From First Conference Final

Two games were contested on Tuesday as the Stanley Cup Playoffs continued.


At New York:

Mats Zuccarello scored a goal and dished out an assist as the New York Rangers manhandled the visiting Ottawa Senators 4-1 in game three of their conference semifinal series, which the Senators still lead two games to one.

Henrik Lundqvist saved 26 of 27 Ottawa shots.


At Nashville, Tennessee:

Ryan Ellis and James Neal each scored a goal while Pekka Renne stopped 32 of 33 shots as the Nashville Predators downed the visiting St. Louis Blues 4-1 in game four of their semifinal series, which the Predators now lead three games to one.

The Predators can close out the Blues and advance to their first-ever conference final with a game-five victory in St. Louis on Friday night.

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