Guentzel scores in OT, Penguins beat Flames 3-2
PITTSBURGH — Jake Guentzel beat David Rittich on a rush 4:04 into overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Calgary Flames 3-2 on Monday night. Jared McCann scored his ninth goal and Alex Galchenyuk got his first with the Penguins. Both had a goal and an assist, helping Pittsburgh get a point for the 11th time in 13 games — eight of those 13 have gone to overtime. Tristan Jarry stopped 32 shots and has allowed two goals or fewer in six of seven games.Dillon Dube scored his first of the season for Calgary and second NHL goal. Sean Monahan added his sixth on a power play as the Flames lost for the seventh time in eight games.
With the Pittsburgh Penguins battling injuries and adversity to stay in the playoff race, forward Alex Galchenyuk is reportedly on the trading block , as Galchenyuk , who was acquired in an offseason trade with the Arizona Coyotes as part of an exchange for Phil Kessel, hasn't exactly been able to find
According to The Fourth Period's David Pagnotta, the Pittsburgh Penguins have been linked to Arizona's Alex Galchenyuk . Interesting to note, the Penguins had serious interest in Galchenyuk before Montreal dealt him to Arizona last summer, Pagnotta stated on Twitter.
With the Pittsburgh Penguins battling injuries and adversity to stay in the playoff race, forward Alex Galchenyuk is reportedly on the trading block, as per.
On Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday, Friedman was discussing the Penguins and mentioned that they are shopping the 25-year-old forward.
"The Penguins are looking around to see what fits there might be for him,". "I do think Buffalo is one of the teams who has looked at him, but Galchenyuk is someone who could find a new home."
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The 28-year-old is rumored to be on the trading block and is an unrestricted free agent in 2020.As per TSN's Pierre LeBrun, the 28-year-old forward could potentially be on the move, as general manager Ray Shero is exploring his options with the Devils sitting second-to-last in the Eastern Conference with a 9-12-4 record and needing a change.
Get the latest updated stats for Pittsburgh Penguins center Alex Galchenyuk on ESPN.com. Alex Galchenyuk . #18 C. 6' 1", 207 lbs. Pittsburgh Penguins . BornFeb 12, 1994 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Age25.
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Galchenyuk, who was acquired in an offseason trade with the, hasn't exactly been able to find his footing with Pittsburgh — or fill the void in scoring. In 21 games with the Pens, he's registered two goals, 10 points and a minus-3 rating and is on pace for seven goals and 35 points. Last season, he managed 19 goals with the Coyotes; he only scored his first of this season with his new club on Nov. 25.
The 2012 third-overall pick is making $4.9 million this season before hitting the free-agent market on July 1. At this point, Galchenyuk would be a rental, and could potentially benefit from a change of scenery.
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Considering the Sabres' current situation as they look to maintain their place in the standings, Galchenyuk could help provide secondary scoring — both at even strength and on the power play. He's a proven playmaker with a good shot that can make creative plays on the fly, but he does need to add more consistency and aggression to his game, all while improving his play at both ends of the ice.
In 511 career games, Galchenyuk has recorded 129 goals, 306 points and a minus-56 rating.
Malkin scores historic goal for Penguins in 4-1 win over Calgary Flames .
Malkin scores historic goal for Penguins in 4-1 win over Calgary FlamesThe centre joined Mario Lemieux (690), Sidney Crosby (451) and Jaromir Jagr (439) as the only players in franchise history to score 400-plus goals.