Stanley Cup Final: Five keys to Game 3

Scott Wilson added to the total with a deflection from Vernon Fiddler and 15 seconds later Evgeni Malkin fired a shot past Pekka Rinne, who was finally pulled.

The game was tied at 1 at the start of the third period when Guentzel jumped on a rebound 10 seconds into the period to put Pittsburgh ahead. Just not in the stretch of 3 1/2 minutes that mattered during their 4-1 win in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final. "There's not one ounce of doubt in this locker room". He speaks a little bit of Russian, but I play with some Russians too.

Matt Murray played spectacularly at times through the first two periods, buying his teammates enough time to find their footing and get to Rinne. "I didn't like what he said so I said something back to him, so away we went".

At the end of the first period, Murray held firm against an onslaught of shots from the Predators.

Pittsburgh recorded just six shots in the entire second period.

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Pittsburgh Penguins' Jake Guentzel (59) celebrates his second goal of the night against the Nashville Predators. "As a goalie, it's important that you feel good going into the night".

"But we know the ultimate goal is two more wins, and they're going to be tough to get".

His five game-winning goals are more than all of the Penguins' rookies since the start of the 2000 playoffs have produced - combined.

Then, just over three minutes later, the Predators had their second own-goal in as many games, when Vernon Fiddler's skate knocked a bouncing puck through Rinne's five-hole - the goal officially goes to Scott Wilson, but equal credit should go to Phil Kessel, who earned the assist for sneaking the puck into a risky position. 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.

Just 15 seconds later, Malkin scored off a two-on-one, firing a ideal shot over Rinne's glove for a 4-1 lead.

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Rinne, who had previously not lost two in a row in these playoffs, allowed four goals on 25 shots. We're down 2-nothing. We're coming back in our barn, and we don't lose here. The Pittsburgh Penguins took home a 4-1 win Wednesday in nearly the exact same fashion as their Game 1 win. Murray, in particular, should be leading the conversation now as he stopped all but one of 38 shots on Wednesday.

Pittsburgh's offense is lethal, and though it can go dormant (see: 37 minutes without a shot on goal in Game 1), the Pens' rapid-fire goals can strike at any moment - often one soon after another. "The environment has been really good since I've been here", said Laviolette. I think that put us on our heels for a few minutes. Malkin and Subban even ended up fighting in the third period when things got out of hand. "You saw that last night", said Sullivan. "For me, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity".

This game was closer to what we had expected out these two up-tempo teams. Breaking up the barrage of penalties was Nashville's Pontus Aberg, netting a wrist-shot past Penguins' goaltender Matt Murray.

"I just try to focus on my job, not to worry about any noise or distractions", Murray said. "We want to score more". To make matters worse, Rinne has never won a game against the Penguins in which he has started, but head coach Peter Laviolette still has faith in him heading into Game 3. The 34-year-old spent the first three rounds of the playoffs helping carry Nashville to the Final for the first time.

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