Johansen still finished the game with a goal and an assist, but with the series heading back to Nashville and the Predators getting last change, it will be interesting to see how much coach Peter Laviolette tries to get his top young center away from Kesler and his antagonistic style.
"He just blows my mind".
Johansen scored the opening goal of Sunday night's game, giving him his team-high 12th point of the 2017 playoffs.
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"His family and his friends watching him play out there, I don't know how you cheer for a guy like that..." He picked up a two-minute minor for high-sticking Kesler after a draw in the second period.
Though Kesler may have gotten under Johansen's skin to a degree, the Nashville center has still been prolific with four points in two games this round.
"I play the game hard and obviously he doesn't like that", Kesler said in a television interview, according to the Los Angeles Times. In that contest Kesler had one assist and was a plus-1. "I think Ryan's been completely composed", Laviolette said.
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Colton Sissons probably said it best in considering what's to come for the Western Conference Final.
Less than a minute into play of the third period, Kesler was given a two-minute penalty for tripping Filip Forsberg. "You can look at the statistics".
The popular close-up shot of Sunday's television broadcast was that of Ducks center Ryan Kesler bumping helmets with Nashville Predators center Ryan Johansen on faceoffs. And as far as his game, I've already answered that. Anaheim's shutdown line, anchored by Ryan Kesler, can certainly find the net but makes its bones on keeping opponents frustrated.
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According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, both Johansen and Kesler have the same agent, Kurt Overhardt.
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