Catfish tosser says he was 'dumb redneck with a bad idea'

Catfish tosser says he was 'dumb redneck with a bad idea'

Nashville was better from the opening faceoff but Pittsburgh managed to build a quick 3-0 lead anyway thanks to a fortunate bounce and some quick thinking by Penguins video coordinator Andy Saucier.

"It's insane", Guentzel said. At the end of the day you have to work hard to get bounces.

Consider the message finally received.

The puck shot by Pittsburgh Penguins' Jake Guentzel lands in the net behind Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne for a goal during the third period in Game 2 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final, Wednesday, May 31, 2017, in. The Nebraska-born, Minnesota-raised son of a coach who spent most of his childhood trying to keep up with older brothers Ryan and Gabe now has a dozen goals during the postseason. The only rookie ever to score more goals is Minnesota's Dino Ciccarelli, who scored 14 in a losing effort in 1981.

Rinne stopped 18 of the first 19 shots faced through the first two periods, but he allowed a shaky goal in the first period to Jake Guentzel, the Game 1 hero for Pittsburgh, who squeezed a rebound between Rinne's arm and body while he hugged the post.

Maybe, but this is hardly a fluke.

Ellis scored the first goal by a Predator in a Stanley Cup Final 8:21 into the second and Nashville kept Rinne downright bored at the other end. You could argue that if it wasn't for Murray, who has been spectacular, the Penguins wouldn't be winning these games.

"Skinny jeans would've showed it off, that's for sure", he said. The Predators rallied to tie before Guentzel's go-ahead goal with 3:17 remaining put the Penguins ahead to stay.

Before the Cup Final, Guentzel went eight games without a goal.

Eventually, however, the crowd breaks up. "... I think the game is kind of what everybody expected from an intensity standpoint".

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Pittsburgh is just two wins away from claiming their second consecutive Stanley Cup and to do it, they'll need Guentzel to continue his impressive scoring streak. Scott Wilson followed up on Guentzel's go-ahead goal 3:03 later and Evgeni Malkin added his ninth of the playoffs (and NHL-leading 26th point) 15 seconds after that.

"He's just continued to get better", Sidney Crosby said of his on-again, off-again linemate. How to protect it.

So it's far from over, especially with Bridgestone Arena likely to be a hornet's nest Saturday night for the first Cup final game in its history. He was at center ice when the puck was pinched along the wall.

Ryan Ellis doesn't look much like an National Hockey League defenceman.

"Nerves is one way to put it, (but) a lot of excitement, too", said the 83rd overall pick of 2012 draft.

In another stunning development for a player who became one of the dominant figures in sports, Woods was arrested on suspicion of DUI and spent almost four hours in jail before he was released on his own recognizance. Blais can't help but laugh.

Jupiter Police spokeswoman Kristin Rightler said an arrest report may be available Tuesday. Any goaltender will tell you that. Mired in an eight-game goal drought heading into the series, the 22-year-old Nebraska-born rookie provided the victor in Game 1 and again in Game 2 when he pounded home a rebound just 10 seconds into the third for his third of the series and 12th of the playoffs.

Let's get this out of the way right now: Pekka Rinne will and should be the starting goaltender in Game 3. Four seconds after a penalty on Josi _ he cross-checked Conor Sheary four times _ expired, Guentzel backhanded the rebound from Sheary's shot past Rinne. He had no problem powering it into the open net. He said he understands the severity of the incident and takes full responsibility. "He's a real talented kid".

The report said Woods changed his story on where he was coming from and where he was going.

That kind of focus has served Guentzel well during his transition to the National Hockey League. We know it's a Game 7 and there's a lot of us that haven't played in one of those at this level.