FantasySP / NHL / Pekka Rinne FantasySP / NHL / Pekka Rinne Copyright 2017 4929639 <![CDATA[How the Penguins beat the Predators 2-0 in Game 6]]> Carl Hagelin scores into the empty net, and the Pittsburgh Penguins will win their second consecutive Stanley Cup. A no-goal call on Colton Sissons now looms large, and the Predators can't solve Matt Murray for the second-straight game. Another shutout, this one ends the season for Nashville. It was a heck of a run, and the Predators are poised to do it for several more years to come. That doesn't make tonight any less gut-wrenching for fans of the team. Patric Hornqvist banks one off Pekka Rinne with 1:35 left to give the Pens a 1-0 lead. Nashville is challenging the play for goaltender interference. They have nothing to lose. Previously... Poor Colton Sissons. First he gets]]> 4929639 Mon, 12 Jun 2017 13:55:01 EDT <![CDATA[Predators' Pekka Rinne: Watches Penguins hoist Lord Stanley]]> [...]]]> 4929362 Mon, 12 Jun 2017 1:15:13 EDT <![CDATA[Pekka Rinne conceded a heartbreaking goal late in Sunday's Game]]> Pekka Rinne conceded a heartbreaking goal late in Sunday's Game 6 as the Predators fell 2-0 and come up just short of a Stanley Cup. Rinne was nothing short of terrific throughout the course of Game 6, until Patric Horqvist batted a flying puck off of his backside and into the net. [...]]]> 4929308 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 23:40:11 EDT <![CDATA[Watch Live: Penguins look for repeat in Game 6]]> Pekka Rinne and the Preds' defense look to slow down Pittsburgh's stars in a game where the Cup is in the building.]]> 4929167 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 20:10:01 EDT <![CDATA[We would be shocked if Pekka Rinne wasn't between the pipes]]> Pekka Rinne wasn't between the pipes Sunday against the Penguins in a do-or-die contest. The Predators have to win to avoid losing the Stanely Cup and Rinne has been exceptional at home in the Bridgestone Arena. [...]]]> 4928735 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 12:10:07 EDT <![CDATA[Predators' Pekka Rinne: Back for more in Game 6]]> [...]]]> 4928700 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 10:45:06 EDT <![CDATA[On Rinne, his road struggles, and the Luongo dynamic]]> Pekka Rinne at home during the Stanley Cup Final: 2-0, .962 save percentage, 1.00 GAA. Rinne on the road: 0-3, .756 save percentage, 5.40 GAA. It’s as if two different goalies show up at the rinks.The good one makes his appearances at Bridgestone Arena. The bad one surfaces at PPG Paints. But to hear Rinne’s teammates and coach explain it, there’s no such thing as Home Pekka or Road Pekka. “He’s the same every day,” head coach Peter Laviolette said on Saturday, ahead of tomorrow’s Game 6 at Bridgestone Arena. “He works hard every day. His habits seem to be the same, his demeanor seems the same to me. “We’ve got to do a better]]> 4928608 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 3:20:01 EDT