Two nights after a bizarre start to the series that few could have expected
Predators Matt Irwin pushes Roman Josi in to the corner during afternoon practice Wednesday May 31, 2017 before Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, photo: PIttsburgh Post-Gazette/Peter Diana, via AP
31 of May 2017 19:52:16
PITTSBURGH – The Penguins and Predators could have the same lineups for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, two nights after a bizarre start to the series that few could have expected.Forward Colin Wilson did not take part in Nashville's morning skate Wednesday at PPG Paints Arena after missing Game 1 on Monday night because of a lower-body injury. Likewise, winger Carl Hagelin is expected to be a healthy scratch again for Pittsburgh.The teams come off a bizarre Game 1 that featured a questionable offside review wiping out a goal by P.K. Subban, a Predators fan throwing a catfish onto the ice and the Penguins enduring a 37-minute shot drought and scoring the winner on the next shot they took.