Filip Forsberg scored the tiebreaking objective with 12:fifty eight left within the third period and Viktor Arvidsson added his second of the sport into an empty internet to assist the Nashville Predators hold pace within the Central Division with a four-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night time.
Colton Sissons also scored and Juuse Saros made 24 saves to keep the Predators inside one level of first-place Winnipeg within the division race. The Jets still have two games in hand.
Timo Meier and Joe Thornton scored for the Sharks, who failed for the second straight recreation in their bid to clinch a playoff spot with their first back-to-again residence losses in regulation all season. San Jose also remained one level behind Calgary in the Pacific Division.
Martin Jones made 26 saves.
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Forsberg delivered the sport-winner after the Predators gained a faceoff following an icing name towards San Jose. He pulled Jones out of the web and then scored on a wraparound that deflected off defenseman Tim Heed’s stick.
Arvidsson then sealed it with the empty-internet aim for his thirty first of the season.
The sport between two of the top groups in the Western Convention was chippy at occasions with neither aspect prepared to back down in what could possibly be a playoff preview.