Found March 20, 2013 on Bloguin Best:
The 2013 season has been a year of streaks. First, we witnessed Chicago's remarkable run of 24 consecutive games with a point. Now we're watching the Pittsburgh Penguins burn through NHL opponents, winning 10 consecutive games. The Penguins need just one more win to match Chicago's 11-game winning streak . With the Penguins bearing down on the best winning streak of 2013, it's time to take a look back at their efforts to date. The Penguins were able to push their run to 10 games with a 2-1 victory over the Washington Capitals. The win, which was also their eighth consecutive win at home, gave the Penguins a commanding 14-point lead in the Atlantic division. Since their streak started back on March 2nd, the Penguins have won eight games in regulation, one in OT and one in a shootout. They've recorded 39 goals while allowing only 23. As the streak has persisted, the Penguins have only improved on defense. In the first four games of their run, the Penguins ...
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