Pekka Rinne is having some kind of series for the Nashville Predators.
After shutting out the Blackhawks in Chicago for the first two games of the series (the first time the Hawks have been shut out in back-to-back playoff games since 2002), things turned back to Nashville for a potential foot-on-the-neck game for the Predators.
Almost halfway through the first period, though, Chicago nearly got its first score when a cleared puck took a whacky bounce off the boards and ricocheted towards the net.
Rinne, who was awaiting the puck behind the net, pulled off this miracle dive to deflect the puck just wide of the net.
— ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD2_) April 18, 2017
Rinne is playing like a man possessed. If he keeps this up, the Preds are never allowing a goal ever again. Ever.