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Puck Drunk Love:
Poor Brandon Sutter. The Pittsburgh forward has been compared to his father, Brent, throughout his young NHL career. Will Brandon be as good as Brent? Which will have more points in the NHL when all is said and done? Brent hoisted the Cup twice, will Brandon? You get the idea.
Unfortunately for Brandon, these comparisons never stop - even when he was named the Player of the Game by his team's own network, ROOT Sports Pittsburgh. Brandon led the Penguins to a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins, scoring two critical goals in the third period. You'd think the network that airs most Penguins games would know which Sutter plays for the Penguins. Apparently not.
Thanks to JP Quayle for sending this gem to us.
BEST OF MAXIM
Brandon Sutter scored twice in the final seven minutes to cap a furious rally and the Pittsburgh Penguins slipped past the Boston Bruins 3-2 on Tuesday night.
Chris Kunitz started Pittsburgh's third-period surge with his 18th goal of the season and Sutter beat Boston's Anton Khudobin twice in less than four minutes, including the game-winner with 2:03 remaining.
We here at Outside the Boxscore love trick shots and this one comes to us from the world of hockey as Pittsburgh Penguins star Evgeni Malkin showed off his scoring ability.
Watch as he flips a puck from center ice into a bucket near a goal with little effort:
(Courtesy of Total Pro Sports)
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from Joe Starkey of the Pittsburgh Triibune-Review,
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