UPDATE (11:54 AM)-
Matt Murray skated this morning on his own without equipment. Sullivan said he's done that a few times. Next step is skating in full gear.
— Tom Gulitti (@TomGulittiNHL) May 1, 2017
UPDATE (11:45 AM)-
**Head coach Mike Sullivan says that Hagelin, Hornqvist and Dumoulin are all game-time decisions for tonight’s game.
UPDATE (11:26 AM)-
— Chase Williams WPXI (@chasepwilliams) May 1, 2017
UPDATE (11:01 AM)-
**With Patric Hornqvist missing from the skate and questionable for tonight, here are the line combinations going on at practice this morning.
The D are rotating
— Pens Inside Scoop (@PensInsideScoop) May 1, 2017
UPDATE (10:59 AM)-
Dumoulin, Hagelin, and Hornqvist are all absent from today's morning skate.
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) May 1, 2017
UPDATE (10:56 AM)-
**Just because they’re up 2-0 in the series and playing Game3 at home, the Penguins shouldn’t get comfortable.
2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs:
Home team is 23-29
— Bucci Mane (@Buccigross) May 1, 2017
UPDATE (10:54 AM)-
Tom Kuhnhackl, injured late in Game 2 Saturday, is on the ice for Penguins' game-day skate.
— Dave Molinari (@MolinariPG) May 1, 2017
UPDATE (10:21 AM)-
**Obviously, this season isn’t “over” but if you go by Pens playoff history it just might be. TSN points out that the Penguins are 8-0 when leading a series 2-0 in the Crosby/Malkin era.
UPDATE (10:17 AM)-
**As Dave Molinari pointed out this morning on Twitter, the Pens stars are shining in the playoffs. The top 4 scorers in the NHL Playoffs this postseason are: Malkin (13 points), Crosby (11 points), Kessel (11 points) and Guentzel (10 points).
GAME 3 WASHINGTON VS. PENS, FACEOFF AT 7:30 PM (PENS LEAD SERIES 2-0)