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Penguins Postgame: Goalies, Power Play, & a Point



The Pittsburgh Penguins spotted the Vancouver Canucks a 2-0 and 3-1 lead in the first period before rallying to force overtime when Sidney Crosby scored with 29 seconds remaining.

The Penguins lost to the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 in OT Friday.

Marcus Pettersson scored his first goal of the season, and Crosby scored the other two. Get the Penguins’ report card, including the first-period tactics and what the Penguins did well.

Tristan Jarry relieved Alex Nedeljkovic after the first period and was brilliant. He stopped all 17 shots in regulation and 19 of 20.

PHN’s Dan Kingerski delivers the postgame breakdown. Dan also dealt with some tough reader questions, including Erik Karlsson’s fit with the team, what can be done to ease the power play struggles, and some criticisms, too.
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