Saros was solid in this game, holding a shutout until the 15:13 mark of period two when Andrew Mangiapane found the twine and later added another in the third period and send it to overtime. He seemed to be the only one who could figure out the goalkeeper in this one, as the rest of the offense couldn’t get anything by him. Nashville went on to win 3-2 in shootout play.
Saros stopped 19-of-21 shots-on-goal for a .905 save-percentage in the shootout win. It wasn’t many shots on the goalkeeper but it was enough to get the team the win.