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They opted to give the night off to four regular players: Roman Josi, Craig Smith, Scott Hartnell and Yannick Weber. The victory in their absence showed just how much depth there is in Nashville’s lineup.”We had a couple guys gone today, but we still managed to win the game and we played a great hockey game [url=http://www.ducksshoponline.com/authentic-corey-perry-jersey]Corey Perry Jersey[/url] ,” Jarnkrok said.Kevin Fiala and Ryan Ellis also had goals for the Predators (41-14-9), who matched their longest winning streak since November 2009. The defending Western Conference champions lead the West by four points over expansion Vegas.Backup goalie Juuse Saros made 24 saves for Nashville, which holds the top spot in the Central Division.”They’re deep throughout their lineup,” said Brandon Sutter, who scored one of Vancouver’s goals. ”They have four lines that can score. Their D is probably the strongest D corps in the league. But we stuck with them all night. It was a pretty solid effort for us.”Bo Horvat and Daniel Sedin also scored for Vancouver (24-32-9), which is 3-8-3 in its past 14 games. Jacob Markstrom was impressive with 39 saves.Alex Edler, who has played his entire career in Vancouver, had two assists to surpass Mattias Ohlund for most points by a Canucks defenseman with 326.”It means a lot to be up there with (Mattias),” Edler said. ”He was a mentor for me. It was great for me to have him here my first year. How he played on the ice and how he acted off the ice, too. I’m very grateful for that.”Vancouver scored first while on the power play, off a faceoff in the Predators zone. Edler ripped a shot from the blue line that Horvat tipped in at 5:55 of the first period.The Canucks made it 2-0 with five minutes remaining in the second as Sutter carried the puck from the side boards into traffic and scored on a backhand.The Predators got on the board minutes later when Fisher swatted in a rolling puck following Filip Forsberg’s shot. 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Henrik Lundqvist stopped 32 shots in his 800th career game, becoming the 15th goalie in NHL history to reach the milestone.The Rangers scored twice in the third period.Trailing 3-2, the Rangers tied the score 3-3 as Hayes took a wrist shot from above the right circle that went over Luongo and into the net at 7:25 of the third.Zibanejad tied the score 2-all when he took a drop pass from Jesper Fast and put the puck into the upper corner of the net 17 seconds into the third.”Our guys played hard, made good plays with the puck, came back three times in this game,” coach Alain Vigneault said. ”Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get it done in the shootout.”The Panthers answered less than a minute later when McGinn slid a rebound between Lundqvist’s pads at 1:02 to reclaim the lead at 3-2.”We kept battling [url=http://www.ducksshoponline.com/authentic-john-gibson-jersey]Womens John Gibson Jersey[/url] ,” Lundqvist said. ”We kept coming back in this game and gave ourselves the chance to almost win it. 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