Pekka Rinne spectacular during game-four victory in Nashville

by Joshua Wattay | Predators Correspondent | Wed, May 3rd 12:47am EDT

Pekka Rinne stopped 32-of-33 shots-faced during Tuesday's 2-1 victory over the Saint Louis Blues.

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From the opening face-off the Saint Louis Blues took the initiative on offense, mainly by keeping the puck in Nashville's end and firing multiple shots-on-net. Rinne denied each opportunity with glove saves and hardly looked concerned. He was comfortable and confident in the crease, keeping up with the puck and not distracted easily by bodies in front. The "Great Wall of Finland" was the MVP of game-four, and it was not due to any lack of effort by the Blues' offense. Rinne finished his night with a .970 save-percentage, allowing just one goal on 33 shots.

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