Save the conspiracy theories for Area 51 and the such. Save the nonsense, Neanderthal stuff, too. Let’s talk hockey — and more to the point — penalties.
(93-7 The FAN) — Los Angeles goaltender Jonathan Quick stopped all 22 shots New Jersey threw at him as the Kings beat the Devils, 4-0, in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals Monday night.
Heading into the playoffs, the Penguins had really good special teams numbers, tied for fifth in the entire league on the power play and the third best penalty killing team. However, in this series there seems to be nothing special for special teams as the Philadelphia Flyers continue to completely own the Penguins who seem to have no answers.
The Pittsburgh Grinders…err…Penguins showed a lot of character in a 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 3. While the goal-scorers on the team need to start burying pucks, different guys are stepping up every night.
93.7 The Fan’s hockey commentator believes momentum shifted in Game 2, but recent history says it can shift the other way at any time.
The Penguins went through a full workout Sunday before they boarded their charter bounded for Tampa Bay. It’s there on Monday night that they will take on the Lightning in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series.
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