If the Blues don't take 10 minute off per game - they dominate the Predators. Post-game interviews with Steve Thomas and Mike Yeo claiming the Blues played hard for 60 minutes - BS! The Blues played hard for most of the 1st period until Pietrangelo's mistake. They started playing hard again at the start of the major to get that first goal. Then they skated around not generating crap in the 2nd period. After the Predators took the lead in the 3rd, the Blues started working again. Were it not for Forsberg's bonehead play - which is an automatic call - I'm not sure the Blues get it back in this game. Refs had put their whistles away, again. Final minutes following Tarasenko's game-winner, the game was all Nashville with a couple of questionable icing calls. I don't see Nashville capable of maintaining that level of play, though, while the Blues can - they just need to do it for a 2 whole games in Nashville and end this crap in Game 5.
At least the Blues are a better road playoff team than home playoff team.
Still laughing at Pierre's pre-game talk about how the Predators won Game 1. He claimed Nashville won, because the Blues had no forecheck, yet never mentioned special teams play.
How does a team tie a game with 3 even strength goals without a forecheck?
I wonder what the Not Blues Crew will claim as to why the Predators lost.