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Nashville Moves On To The Western Conference Semi-Finals

The Predators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1, winning their series 4-1.

Nashville now waits to find out who their next opponent will be.

Watch the game winning goal from David Legwand, which came very early in the 3rd period.

added 10:58pm, Watch the game highlights below…

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Bad matchup for the Red Wings. Would have been worse if Gill was available.

Posted by larry from pitt on 04/21/12 at 12:13 AM ET

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Kudos to the Preds, they held the Wings to the outside and Rinne was great. Wings need some changes this off-season in a big way, expecially if the Captain doesn’t come back.

Posted by Ducksworth from Brownstown, MI on 04/21/12 at 01:11 AM ET

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especially*

Posted by Ducksworth from Brownstown, MI on 04/21/12 at 01:14 AM ET

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Bad matchup for the Red Wings. Would have been worse if Gill was available.

Posted by larry from pitt on 04/20/12 at 11:13 PM ET

Yup.  I was actually angry when Datsyuk score with under a minute left in the last game of the season.

Posted by loojay on 04/21/12 at 01:25 AM ET

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NAS has to get more scoring or they’ll get eaten alive by a team that takes good shots and chances, and works more to get inside.  Squeaking by 2-1. 3-2, etc, against a DET team that spent 58 min. a game not really trying very hard isn’t encouraging that they’re capable of a deep run and have worked out any scoring issues by adding Radulov.

Posted by Primis on 04/21/12 at 03:30 AM ET

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