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While not really at fault on any of the five goals he allowed in Game 3, Rinne still rebounded in impressive fashion behind a club that played much better defensively and won the vast majority of the 50-50 battles.The Jets had far less space in the neutral zone to operate, but also saw a couple of golden opportunities just bounce over their sticks.Laine scored on a 6-on-4 advantage with 50.2 seconds left in the third — his third of the playoffs and first of the second round — but the Predators held on from there to wrestle back home-ice advantage."It was just one of those games," Little said of Nashville’s approach."It wasn’t anything special, it wasn’t one specific thing. "It was just one of those nights where it wasn’t bouncing in our favour." The Predators opened the scoring with left in the first when Hartman scored his second of the playoffs off a scramble in front.You go back through the game, you look at some of the chances we had, and we were so close many times. An attempted clear by Winnipeg’s Ben Chiarot in front instead went off defence partner Tyler Myers and right to Hartman, who was quickest to the loose puck before beating Hellebuyck upstairs."In our zone when bounces didn’t go our way, we worked the puck out.
Notes: The Jets inserted winger Joel Armia into the lineup after he missed the first three games of the series with an upper-body injury.
Predatory drive is the behaviour existent in all dogs that makes them want to chase things.
Recognising and managing predatory behaviours is an important part of transitioning a greyhound from a kennel and racing life to retirement as a family pet in the community.
Such behaviour from dogs towards humans is not a common behavioural trait and is often a defence behaviour or fear aggression being confused as dominance.
In this video Mike discusses some examples of dominance and recognising and working with this behaviour.