It was the initial week of Stanley Cup Playoff action, and with eight hotly contested series, the action was plentiful. Seemingly more than any other sport, playoff wins on the road seem more plentiful despite rabid crowds. One way to win on the road is to not allow any goals. And that's exactly what Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators did. Two games, 59 shots on goal, clean slate. And this wasn't against just any team, but the number one seed Chicago Blackhawks, who many had penciled in as a Stanley Cup favorite. Rinne continued his success into Monday with an overtime win with just two goals. The Blackhawks may have played their last game at home in the 2016-17 season, and if they have, there will be bad memories of being stonewalled by the Finnish superstar goalie Rinne.