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Pens GM Ray Shero has stated on countless occasions that he is pleased with his lineup and that he doesn't believe the current market boasts players who can augment his roster.
BEST OF MAXIM
THAT WAS EASY
This afternoon, Evgeni Malkin dazzled his hometown crowd with a fantastic end-to-end goal. The tally would be the sixth for the Penguins en route to their 8-1 win over Dwayne Roloson and the Tampa Bay Lightning 8-1. See for yourself, and try to keep your jaw from dropping.
Sidney Crosby has gained a fresh appreciation for Jordan Staal's style and effectiveness while watching him from above.
To set the stage Dwayne Roloson suckered punched Evgeni Malkin in the face early in the second period. Here was Malkin's response:
All-Star Evgeni Malkin recorded a hat trick and added an assist, while
Jordan Staal scored on the power play and shorthanded as Pittsburgh
cruised to an 8-1 victory over visiting Tampa Bay on Saturday. Malkin moved to a
league-leading 77 points - four ahead of Tampa Bay’s Steven Stamkos, who
was kept off the score sheet. Malkin has eight goals, including two hat
Evgeni Malkin is one of the premier talents in the NHL. Most of the time, anyway.
Penguins general manager addressed the media following the end of the NHL's 3 p.m. trade deadline.
Just to confirm that we were not active today. Nobody going and nobody coming. Our roster is our roster moving forward.
No one made the Tampa Bay Lightning’s defense look as amateurish as Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin did after scoring a hat trick and an assist. His greatest goal came after another defensive breakdown in which Malkin used his speed, hands and size to skate through all five of of Tampa’s players on the ice [...]
Yesterday, the Pittsburgh Penguins cruised to easy home win against the Tampa Bay Lightning by the score of 8-1.
The most memorable goal from the game came from star Evgeni Malkin who sped past the entire Tampa Bay Lightning defense to score:
(Courtesy of Red Light District Hockey)
Evgeni Malkin had his ninth career hat trick, Jordan Staal added two goals and the Pittsburgh Penguins won for the fifth time in seven games by routing the Tampa Bay Lightning 8-1 Saturday.
Evgeni Malkin had his ninth career hat trick as the Penguins won for the third time in the past four games, topping the Tampa Bay Lightning, 8-1, today at Consol Energy Center.
Thanks to my bud Benson for sending over his latest. It's a shot-for-shot redo of the classic opening from Law & Order: SVU. But with the Pittsburgh Penguins. It's exclusive to Facebook, so follow this link and make sure you've "liked" Benstonium if you haven't already.
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