"Moving into the second round, I think you want to be playing very good defensive hockey against Winnipeg," Rinne said. "One of the better teams in the league. They have a lot of firepower, a lot of talent up front. Also, like ours, their 'D'
"I'm very impressed the way (the Avalanche) played. They played very modern hockey, with a lot of speed," said Rinne, who notched his fourth career postseason shutout as the Predators won the series 4-2. "Great game. Great team effort. We didn't give them any life."