The Canucks should have won game two and should have won game five. However, a few costly mistakes and an exceptional goalie on Nashville’s side the series has gone on too long, but it will end tonight. Number one Vancouver is just a far better team and number two Vancouver just wants to end this series and move on.

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MAY.09.11 – 5:00 PM

BRIDGESTONE ARENA, NASHVILLE

TV: CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA
RADIO: TEAM 1040 RADIO

The Vancouver Canucks (lead series 3-2) get a second crack at eliminating the Nashville Predators tonight as they look to close out their Western Conference Semifinal series in Game Six at the Bridgestone Arena. Needless to say if the Canucks are going to take Game Six tonight and avoid having to play their second do-or-die game of these playoffs, they will have to do so by trying to eliminate some costly mistakes, which resulted in three of the four Predator goals on Saturday. The Canucks will make at least one lineup change out of necessity with Mikael Samuelsson not with the team after suffering a lower-body injury in the first period of Game Five.

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