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Menu NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Steve Sullivan scored the go-ahead goal at 6 of the third period, and the Nashville Predators beat the St. Blues 3 on Thursday night to move within a point of clinching a playoff berth. The Predators trailed 0 the second before breaking a home-scoring drought that had stretched over Jose Juan Barea Jersey eight periods. and scored the second period, and Patric Hornqvist had three assists to become the first of the Predators to 50 points this. Hornqvist got his third assist by flipping the puck down the ice, and Sullivan tracked it down. He wristed the puck between former teammate ‘s outstretched glove and the post to put Nashville ahead with his 16th goal this. The Blues came hoping to play their way into the postseason just as they did a year ago finishing. But Nashville is trying to clinch its fifth playoff berth six seasons and can do it if Calgary loses Friday at Karl-Anthony Towns Jersey Colorado or the Predators win Saturday Detroit. The Predators leads the series 4 after becoming the first team to win on home ice this and finding the net for the first time since the second period of a 4 overtime win over Phoenix on 25. That span had reached 191 minutes, 44 seconds – before tipped a shot from Franson with 11 gone the second to pull Nashville within 2. The goal was reviewed before being ruled good, a move that prompted boos from fans upset that the Blues’ first goal wasn’t reviewed despite Blues right wing Backes falling backward into goaltender Pekka Rinne. Still, the Blues appeared headed to the locker room for the second intermission with the lead. Then Nashville defenseman Hamhuis started the puck toward the neutral zone. Hornqvist fought with Blues defenseman Erik for control of the puck and had spun around near the crease looking for it when, trailing the play, picked it up and put a backhander past with 3 seconds left to tie it at 2. St. outshot Nashville 7 early and went up 1 on a goal that had Predators coach Trotz yelling at officials. Steen scored on a slap shot from the slot near the blue line, a goal that counted even though Rinne was being knocked down by Backes with 7 gone the first. Nashville finally got the man advantage and a nice to tie it up, but stopped J.P. Dumont’s shot from just front after Legwand passed out to him from behind 31 seconds into the power play. NOTES: After going one-goal games during, Nashville is 1 such games…. The Predators had country Wynonna singing with the band during the first intermission. She one of her hits, No One on Earth, and Freebird…. Hornqvist has 12 points his last 13 games for Nashville and now has a career-high 51 points this…. Sullivan’s goal was the 255th of his career…. The Predators improved to when the opponent scores first and when tied after two periods…. St. is when scoring first…. Nashville improved to against St. since the start of the 2005. These teams conclude the regular here on 10.
The Czech Republic goalkeeper, signed from the summer, pulled off two remarkable saves the first-half to keep lively Liverpool at bay. With Per Mertesacker ill and Laurent Koscielny absent with a back injury, Arsene Wenger’s makeshift defence of Calum Chambers and Gabriel struggled against the potent combination of the towering Benteke and pacy Philippe Coutinho. And the hosts were indebted to Cech, who gifted West Ham two goals on his bow, as he foiled the Reds spectacular fashion last night. You could why his old boss Mourinho was vehemently against letting him leave to a potential title rival. the 40th minute he made his first amazing save, defying Benteke from close-range after the striker was teed up by Coutinho, somehow managing to claw the ball round the post. Cech then possibly bettered that stop with a flying leap to tip a Coutinho drive onto the far post, after the winger bamboozled Bellerin, and not for the first time during the game. When Cech could not save Arsenal, the goal-frame did. the fourth minute James Milner set Benteke free and he pulled back for unmarked Coutinho to smash a shot against the bar. Ramsey had the ball the net the ninth minute, following a pinpoint pass from Santi Cazorla, but was wrongly adjudged to be offside by linesman Simon, as Martin Skrtel played him on. Chambers almost gifted Liverpool a goal passing straight to Coutinho, but Francis Coquelin rescued him with a tackle the box. Coquelin produced even better saving tackle to dispossess Benteke as he bore down on goal the 23rd minute and Cech had to deny Milner at the near post. With Chambers looking shaky all half and, to his right, Bellerin also having a real off-day, it was amazing the Gunners went at the break without a goal against them. They were not alone, though, with Arsenal far too often giving the ball away cheaply against a Liverpool side who looked far removed from the often-stagnant outfit we saw last. The north Londoners seemed marginally more composed after the break and Olivier Giroud volleyed wide the 58th minute. Three minute later Alexis Sanchez blasted a left-foot effort against the outside of a post after being teed up by Giroud. As the game wore on, Brendan Rodgers’ men seemed to sense their period of domination had come to end. Liverpool were on the backfoot and were lucky to escape the 65th minute when Giroud just could not stretch a leg far enough to poke a shot after Ramsey rolled a ball across the face of goal. Next Mignolet almost matched Cech, using his right hand to claw away from Giroud as Liverpool’s threat appeared to evaporate.