Found February 01, 2012 on The Pensblog:
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 @tradeneal   Guaranteed if you know a guy named Clarke, he's an asshole.  He probably borrows money and doesn't pay you back.  He probably doesn't turn off his high beams when he sees you approaching from the other direction.  Clarke MacArthur is no different probably. MacArthur scored the game-winner and only goal of the game right after James Neal deflected a puck off the crossbar.    The Pens were lucky to pull one out two nights ago, so we can't get greedy.  If you're looking for something to take from this game, it's Brent Johnson's performance.  Nice to see him back to his usual form after his extended stint on the bench.   Three big-time games coming on the road. This one was the start of the longest road trip for the rest of the season (4 games).   @Boston @New Jersey @Montreal   The Pens have not been getting any secondary scoring, and they will need someone to step up. Tyler Kenn...
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