Jennie is doing great this week and working less (which is always a plus).
Last night, the Predators were dominated early and the situation appeared bleak (Nashville trailed 2-0 after 2 periods of play). Referees waved off two legitimate Predators goals in the first half of the game and gift wrapped a Motown victory on a silver platter (but the Predators had other plans). If there is such a thing as a "moral victory", the Predators won the battle. A sparse crowd (Detroit's poor economy used as the excuse) began to file out of the arena with several minutes to go in regulation. Amazingly enough, the Predators tied the game with 84 seconds remaining and scored twice in the last 7 1/2 minutes. Nashville goaltender, Chris Mason, played a stellar game while turning away forty plus shots. His only fault was the lackluster display in the shootout. Mason committed to the shooters too early and got burned badly by Datsyuk and Zetterberg. Detroit came away with the decision and won the match 3-2. Detroit robbed the Predators of a point, but Nashville continues to move up in the standings...
RED WINGS COMMIT ROBBERY...
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Have a great Thursday!