Brassard's one-point performance in the second round left a sour taste. But it really shouldn't.
The Penguins didn't crush the Flyers like the Jets crushed the Wild, but the champs were deserved winners.
You probably know the numbers by now, but they deserve a quick rehash.
What do you want in a backup goalie? Let's dig into the numbers.
It's arguably the most valuable talent in hockey, but also one of the most variable.
The causes are unclear, but those short-rest collapses have been put (mostly) in the past.
The clearest conclusion to draw is that the goalies simply haven't held up their end of the bargain.
The home stretch will take on a playoff feel, with seven of their last 15 against potential postseason opponents.
Murray has some history to overcome as he prepares for what would be his third Stanley Cup playoff run.
There's no doubt the power play has given the Penguins' stars welcomed mid-career lifts.
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