While they're still missing several key players, the Pittsburgh Penguins have had little trouble generating offense the last two games as they continue their push for the best record in the Eastern Conference.
That trend could continue Saturday night as they visit a last-place Florida Panthers team that's allowed the most goals in the conference by far.
Seeking their fourth straight win overall and a three-game sweep of their road trip, the Penguins (31-10-0) continue to play without center Sidney Crosby, left wing James Neal and defenseman Paul Martin. It's hardly slowed them down in the past two games, though, as Pittsburgh has scored 11 goals.
Jussi Jokinen had two goals and an assist while Pascal Dupuis added a goal and two assists in a 6-3 win over Tampa Bay on Thursday. Pittsburgh had totaled six goals in its previous four contests.
The Atlantic Division champion Penguins have a five-point lead over Montreal for the top seed in the conference.