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Sport Penguins carrying some positive momentum into rivalry game against the Flyers

21:37  27 november  2017
21:37  27 november  2017 Source:   post-gazette.com

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Twenty games into the season, he has only three goals and is currently on a 15- game goal drought. For the first time in what seems like weeks, the Penguins will carry some honest-to-goodness positive momentum into Monday night’s game against the Flyers .

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For the first time in what seems like weeks, the Penguins will carry some honest-to-goodness positive momentum into Monday night’s game against the Flyers.

They’ve been optimistic about parts of their game, even after recent losses, but to put five in the net against a Tampa Bay team that leads the Eastern Conference makes it feel a bit more real.

“It’s nice when they go in,” Sidney Crosby said. “I think as a team, as a line, we’ve generated some good chances here the last few games and held onto pucks and created some good zone time. That usually translates into goals. We’ve got to continue to do that and the puck will continue to go in the net.”

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“I think in the last four or five games, we were playing a lot better than at the beginning of the year,” Kris Letang added. “We had good things happening for us. It was just a couple of breakdowns here and there and that was kind of costing us games. It was good to have that game.”

A lot of Penguins’ players pointed to the team’s start against the Lightning — they went up 3-0 in the first period — as a major reason for their success, and the area of their game they most hope can carry over from night to night.

“It’s got to be a fresh mindset,” Conor Sheary said. “I think the same attitude. We just have to approach the game knowing that we’re going to put our best foot forward and give ourselves a chance to win. It all starts with our start. Coming out on home ice, I think we have to do that again tonight.”

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Penguins carrying some positive momentum into rivalry game against the Flyers . Sidney Crosby , Tristan Jarry carry Penguins past lowly Sabres - triblive.com. Kuhnhackl converted a first-period penalty shot, Crosby scored for the fifth time in the last five games and Jarry made 34 saves to

Now, of course, the challenge will be backing up that result in their first meeting with the Flyers this season.

There are plenty of oddities about the Penguins’ early schedule — the number of road games and the back-to-backs chief among them — but perhaps none more than the high number of Western Conference teams they’ve played in comparison to games against division rivals. They’ve played the Predators, Canucks, Jets and Oilers twice, but haven’t seen the Flyers yet. All told, they’ve played 14 games against the Western Conference and just three against the Metropolitan division.

“It’s a little weird, I feel like we’ve been playing the West Coast the entire year,” Sheary said. “It’s always good to see these guys. It’s a team you see a lot during the year, so to get the first one here would be good.”

Naturally. Any win against the Flyers is a good win.

“I love rivalry nights,” Ryan Reaves said. “I love the physical games. I always look forward to these.”

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Morning notes:

- The Penguins had the same lineup in the morning skate as they used against Tampa Bay Saturday night, so expect to see this tonight:

Sheary-Crosby-Hornqvist

Guentzel-Sheahan-Kessel

Hagelin-Rowney-Rust

Kuhnhackl-McKegg-Reaves

Maatta-Letang

Dumoulin-Ruhwedel

Hunwick-Schultz

Murray

- Once again looks like Ian Cole will be a healthy scratch tonight. Here’s what Mike Sullivan said on the matter:

“He has been a very important player for us, and he is a very important player for us. Colesy and I have had a number of conversations over the last few weeks about his game and the coaches’ assessment and specific areas where we think he can help us and help improve his game. We’ve spoken about that. The specifics of those conversations, I think, are between him and the coaching staff. But certainly he is a guy that we think can really help us, as far as the type of game that we’re trying to play. He’s been an invaluable player for our team here for quite a long time and that hasn’t changed.”

OK, not much there. Jason talked to Cole himself to find out his feelings and, no surprise, he’s not exactly pleased.

- Evgeni Malkin did not take part in the team skate, but he did skate by himself beforehand. He won’t play tonight, obviously.

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Crosby, Jarry combine to lift Penguins past Sabres .
Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 4-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night. BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist and Tristan Jarry made 34 saves to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 4-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night.

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