In Game Two, the Nashville Predators played what was easily their worst game of this season’s Stanley Cup Playoffs. They only lost 3-2. In Game Three, they got back to playing their style of hockey and won in commanding fashion, 3-1. If not for goaltender Jake Allen, the game could have easily been 5 or 6-1. Nashville put up 18 shots in the second period and scored timely goals to keep St. Louis from ever gaining too much momentum.

Above, P.K. Subban, Matt Irwin, Calle Jarnkrok and head coach Peter Laviolette speak on the game’s physicality, face-offs and consistency.