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Penguins Postgame: Course Correction, What Pens Did Right in Win over Flyers

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Despite sloppy play later in the second period, the Pittsburgh Penguins quickly course-corrected and put away the Philadelphia Flyers in the third period. The Penguins eventually cruised to a 6-2 win at the Wells Fargo Center.

Bryan Rust scored two goals, again. It was his third straight multi-goal game. Jake Guentzel also scored two goals, and Evan Rodrigues continued his hot streak with a marker.

Goalie Tristan Jarry got props, too.

Hosted by PHN Editor-in-Chief Dan Kingerski, the informal postgame chat from the home office is always wide-ranging and fun. In addition to the obvious choices, Dan also circled a few of the grinders for praise, including Brian Boyle, who scored the Penguins sixth goal with a shorthanded wrist shot.

Viewers also wanted to talk about Penguins contracts and if the Penguins can re-sign all of Evgeni Malkin, Bryan Rust, Kris Letang, and Evan Rodrigues. 

The praise and the criticism of a postgame chat. Enjoy.

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Dean
Dean
5 months ago

They can resign all 4 if they can trade Zucker without retaining money and don’t resign ZAR. Geno $7M for 3 years (matched to Sid’s remaining contract) Letang $7M for 4 or 5 years (give him term) Rust $5.5 for 5 years (maybe $.5M/$1M undervalued) Rodriguise $3.5M for 3-5 years (so far he is a 1 hit wonder with good indications that it is not a flux, we don’t even have a half-season in yet, so more to prove. He may need to be here more than we need him) Kapanen $5M for 2 years (Give him a chance and… Read more »

Cal
Cal
5 months ago

Hahaha, you cracked me up a few times with Scooby snacks and “shaddddup!” comments.

Dan Kingerski
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5 months ago
Reply to  Cal

Thanks, Cal. I cracked me up, too!

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