Predators beat Sharks 4-3 in game 6 at Bridgestone Arena

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – This time overtime lasted only 2:03 but the result was the same, the Nashville Predators beat San Jose 4-3 in the NHL Playoffs.

Viktor Arvidsson scored the game winner for Nashville tying the series up at 3-3 and forcing a decisive Game 7 Thursday night in San Jose. The Sharks jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period on a pair of goals by Chris Tierney, but the rest of the game belonged to Nashville.

Roman Josi scored late in the first to get the Predators on the board.  It was Josi’s first goal of the post season. The Predators tied it up in the second on a pretty goal by Ryan Johansen only 1:25 into the period. Logan Couture scored a power play goal in the third to give the Sharks a brief 3-2 lead, but Colin Wilson scored only 2 minutes later to tie it back up at 3-3. For the second straight year Wilson has 5 playoff goals.

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