So what happened?
The Leafs scored first, and that was essentially the death knell. Every time the Pens tied the score, the Leafs scored again to retake the lead (twice they did it inside of two minutes later). The inability to hold the momentum after scoring was the most disappointing thing from the game.
The Pens also missed Jordan Staal, as their penalty kill allowed goals on both of the chances against them (both on penalties against Geno, both probably preventable).
This may wind up working in the Pens' favor in the long run. The Pens' schedule is very light over the next two weeks, and this will leave a bad taste in their mouths. HCDB should be able to get some mileage out of this in practice.
Cooke (4), Kunitz (4), Malkin (2)
Two more goals on the power play, including a laser beam from Geno that was assisted by a great screen from Kunitz. I sure wouldn't stand in there if I saw Geno winding u...