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Perhaps the only thing better than playoff overtime hockey is playoff overtime hockey in consecutive games of a series. That was the case when the Vancouver Canucks and Nashville Predators collided in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinal.
Had it not been for a late-game mishap in Game 2, the Canucks would be up, 2-0 in the series, but the Preds got the win and were back at home with hopes of taking a stranglehold in the best-of-seven. Vancouver's Ryan Kesler had other plans, though.
Kesler tallied twice -- his first goals of the playoffs -- in what became a 3-2 OT win for the Canucks. The game proved to be a breakout performance for the 41-goal scorer in the regular season.
Despite a fantastic night of hockey on both ends of the puck for the host Predators, including another solid start from goalie Pekka Rinne, they would rely on an almost must-win situation in Game 4 to stay afloat in the series before the series would shift back to Vancouver.