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Topic - Jason Pominville
The Minnesota Wild have turned their home ice into a deafening, discouraging place for opponents to play in the playoffs.
The Nashville Predators finished strong, even if was for naught.
After failing to protect a lead two nights ago against one of the NHL's worst teams, the Minnesota Wild held on late against a fellow playoff contender.
Last year, the Chicago Blackhawks gave the Minnesota Wild a quick exit from the playoffs.
It was the final straw for Bruce Boudreau's Washington Capitals, a 5-1 loss on Nov. 26 at the Buffalo Sabres, who were missing nine regulars. The Sabres were more or less their minor-league affiliate, the Rochester Americans.
Eager to show he's fully recovered from a concussion, Sabres forward Jason Pominville went out of his way to tangle with teammate Paul Gaustad along the boards in practice Monday.
A day after watching teammate Jason Pominville carted off the ice on a stretcher, Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller urged the NHL on Tuesday to "change the culture" and send a message that blind-side hits are not acceptable.
Buffalo Sabres right wing Jason Pominville was carted off on a stretcher after being hit into the boards from behind by Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson in the first period of the Blackhawks' 4-3 win over Buffalo on Monday night.
Jason Pominville scored the deciding goal midway through the third period, lifting the Buffalo Sabres to a 2-1 preseason win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
"Kane just made a great play," Wild forward Jason Pominville said. "We generated a lot of opportunities. That's the frustrating part. We could have put them away and we weren't able to do it."
"They must have done something right and Patrick must do something right to make that happen," said Pominville, the team's leading scorer.