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Stymied time after time by Ducks goaltender John Gibson on Tuesday, denied apparent goals twice when they too enthusiastically crashed into him, the Predators wrested a gutsy 2-1 victory from the Ducks and took a 2-1 lead in the Western Conference finals.Bridgestone Arena could barely contain the roars of the dancing, gold-shirted fans when Roman Josi buried a rebound with 2 minutes 43 second left in the third period while Ducks forward Chris Wagner was in the penalty box, serving a needless offensive-zone high-sticking penalty.The guitar is a principle stringed instrument that is an integral part of various musical styles.
Goaltender John Gibson bounced back from a subpar performance as the Anaheim Ducks became the first team to reach the second round of the NHL playoffs with a four-game sweep of the Calgary Flames.
Gibson made 36 saves as the Ducks scored two goals early then held on for a 3-1 win at the Saddledome arena to eliminate the Flames from the Western Conference playoffs.
Gibson redeemed himself after being pulled during the second period of Anaheim's come-from-behind 5-4 victory over the Flames in overtime two nights earlier.
Patrick Eaves, Nate Thompson and Ryan Getzlaf scored for the Ducks on Wednesday.
I thought we were ready for it.”They weren’t as prepared as they believed, and Gibson kept his teammates in the game far longer than their effort probably merited.“Gibson played great in net,” said Filip Forsberg, who tied the score at 1-1 at of the third period, “but at the same time we just kept pounding them, and I think that was the key.”The Predators came in waves, shots coming in torrents, though Ducks coach Randy Carlyle was skeptical of the 40-20 count.