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Big McLargehuge 05-01-2013 07:42 PM

ECQF Game 1|Choose Your Hero|Pittsburgh Penguins vs. NY Islanders|Part Two
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2013 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Game #1
Consol Energy Center; Pittsburgh, PA
May 1, 2013; 7:30 PM EST

Team Stats
Penguins Islanders
36-12-0 72 PtsRecord24-7-7 55 Pts
Won 1StreakOTL 1
8-2Last 106-1-3
3.38 – 1stGoals Per Game2.81 – 7th
2.48 – 12thGoals Against Per Game2.83 – 21st
24.7% – 2ndPower Play19.9% – t10th
79.6% – 25thPenalty Kill80.3% – t20th
30 – 11thShots Per Game30.9 – t6th
29.2 – 16thShots Against Per Game28.2 - t10th
51.5% – 7thFaceoff %49.7% – t18th
1.35 – 2nd5-on-5 Goals For/Against Ratio0.98 – 19th
1,229 – 9thHits1,018 – 24th
11.7 – 19thPIM/G9.6 – 3rd
170 – 6thPP Opportunities156 – 18th
167 - t20thTimes Short-Handed142 - 5th
2 - t17thShort-Handed Goals2 - t17th
25-6Record When Scoring First17-3-3
11-6Record When Trailing First7-14-4
21-5Record When Outshooting Opposition15-8-4
14-6Record When Outshot8-9-3
24-4Record When Leading After 113-2-1
19-1Record When Leading After 216-2-1
5-5Record When Trailing After 15-5-2
4-8Record When Trailing After 22-7-5
5-0Overtime Record6-7
3-0Shootout Record4-3


#29 Marc-Andre Fleury|#20 Evgeni Nakokov
23-8-0, 2.39 GAA, .916 SV%, 1 SO|23-11-7, 2.50 GAA, .910 SV%, 3 SO

Choose Your Hero

Left WingCenterRight Wing
#9 Pascal Dupuis#36 Jussi Jokinen#12 Jarome Iginla
#14 Chris Kunitz#71 Evgeni Malkin#18 James Neal
#10 Brenden Morrow#16 Brandon Sutter#24 Matt Cooke
#15 Tanner Glass#27 Craig Adams#19 Beau Bennett
Left DefenseRight Defense
#4 Mark Eaton#58 Kris Letang
#7 Paul Martin#5 Deryk Engelland
#3 Douglas Murray#2 Matt Niskanen

Projected Islanders Lines

Left WingCenterRight Wing
#26 Matt Moulson#91 John Tavares#24 Brad Boyes
#12 Josh Bailey#51 Frans Nielsen#21 Kyle Okposo
#40 Michael Grabner#10 Keith Aucoin#13 Colin McDonald
#53 Casey Cizikas#16 Marty Reasoner#17 Matt Martin
Left DefenseRight Defense
#47 Andrew MacDonald#3 Travis Hamonic
#14 Thomas Hickey#11 Ľubomír Višňovský
#2 Mark Streit#37 Brian Strait

Regular Season Team Leaders

Penguins Islanders
Chris Kunitz 22GOALSJohn Tavares 28
Sidney Crosby 41ASSISTSMatt Moulson 29
Sidney Crosby 56POINTSJohn Tavares 47
Pascal Dupuis +31+/-Lubomir Visnovsky +12
Tanner Glass 62PIMMatt Martin 63
Kunitz, Neal 9PP GoalsJohn Tavares 9
Crosby, Malkin 14PP AssistsBrad Boyes 12
Evgeni Malkin 18PP PointsJohn Tavares 16
Adams, Dupuis 1SH GoalsGrabner, Nielsen 1
Adams, Dupuis, Vokoun 1SH PointsGrabner, Nielsen, Hamonic 1
James Neal 6GWGJohn Tavares 5
Pascal Dupuis 140SOGJohn Tavares 162
Brenden Morrow 21.8%Sh%John Tavares 17.3%
Kris Letang 25:38TOIAndrew MacDonald 23:31
Joe Vitale 61.1%FOMarty Reasoner 52.5%
Tanner Glass 125HitsMatt Martin 234
Brooks Orpik 114Blocked ShotsAndrew MacDonald 123
Kris Letang 34GiveawaysTravis Hamonic 46
Pascal Dupuis 29TakeawaysKyle Okposo 35
Bold indicates league leader

Regular Season Series

DateHome TeamRoad TeamResult
1.29.13Penguins 1Islanders 4Loss
2.5.13Islanders 2Penguins 4Win
3.10.13Penguins 6Islanders 1Win
3.22.13Islanders 2Penguins 4Win
3.30.13Penguins 2Islanders 0Win


Penguins Injuries:
Sidney CrosbyCDTDBroken Jaw
Brooks OrpikDDTDLower Body
Joe VitaleCDTDLower Body

Islanders Injuries:
Calvin de HaanDIRShoulder

TV Information
TV StationAvailable For
RootPittsburgh Region
MSG+New York Region
NBC Sports NetworkThe Rest of the USofA
RDS2French Canada

Did You Know?
  • This is the Penguins' first time since the NHL began the Conference set-up for playoffs in 1993-94 that the Penguins will hold the #1 seed.
  • This is playoff berth #28 for the Pittsburgh Penguins in their history (45 played seasons), including their 18th in the past 22 seasons. The Penguins hold a 152-131 all-time record in the playoffs overall and a series record of 28-24 - winning Stanley Cups in 1991, 1992, and 2009.
  • This is playoff berth #22 for the New York Islanders in their history (40 played seasons), but only their 5th trip in the past 18 seasons. The Islanders hold a 133-106 all-time record in the playoffs overall and a series record of 30-17 - winning Stanley Cups in 1980, 1981, 1982, and 1983.
  • The Islanders' last playoff series win was against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1992-93 playoffs.
  • The Penguins roster has 11 players with Stanley Cup rings - Chris Kunitz ('07 Anaheim, '09 Pittsburgh) and Craig Adams ('06 Carolina, '09 Pittsburgh) with multiple rings and Matt Cooke ('09 Pittsburgh), Sidney Crosby ('09 Pittsburgh), Pascal Dupuis ('09 Pittsburgh), Mark Eaton ('09 Pittsburgh), Marc-Andre Fleury ('09 Pittsburgh), Tyler Kennedy ('09 Pittsburgh), Kris Letang ('09 Pittsburgh), Evgeni Malkin ('09 Pittsburgh), & Brooks Orpik ('09 Pittsburgh) having single rings.
  • The oldest player on the Pittsburgh Penguins, 36 year-old back-up goaltender Tomáš Vokoun, who has 300 wins in the National Hockey League, has 3 career playoff wins in only 11 career playoff games. Starter Marc-Andre Fleury has won 45 playoff games, 2nd behind only Martin Brodeur amongst active goalies. Chris Kunitz has the most playoff appearances of any skater in the series with 84.
  • The Islanders roster has 0 players with Stanley Cup rings. Goaltender Evgeni Nabokov has played the most playoff games of any Islander with 80 post-season appearances, but the leading skater has only 23 - Marty Reasoner, who last played in the playoffs in the 2002-03 season for the Edmonton Oilers.
  • Craig Adams was the penultimate pick by the Hartford Whalers, selected with their 9th round pick, 223rd overall in 1996. Their final pick was 231st overall - Askhat Rakhmatullin. Rakhmatullin spent only one year in North America, playing mostly with the Asheville Smoke of the UHL.
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is a 2D fighting game developed and released by Capcom for the arcade in 1998 and the Sega Dreamcast on June 29, 2000. The game was later ported to the PlayStation 2, XBox, and recently on PSN, XBox Live, and iOS. It was the only fighting game made for the NAOMI arcade system board - essentially the same hardware that was used in the Sega Dreamcast.
  • The 1999-2000 NHL Season ended 19 days before the release of MvC2 as the New Jersey Devils defeated the Dallas Stars 4 games to 2 in the Stanley Cup Finals. That was rookie Brenden Morrow's one and only trip to the Finals thus far. Some 'fun' facts about that season:
    It was the Atlanta Thrashers' first season in the NHL
    The St. Louis Blues won the Presidents' Trophy with 114 points, but lost in the first round to the Steve Shields and the San Jose Sharks. A young rookie named Evgeni Nabokov played 20 minutes in those playoffs, stopping all 10 shots he faced.
    Jaromir Jagr won his 4th Art Ross Trophy with a mere 96 points...but in 63 games. Equally impressive was the fact Pavel Bure scored 58 goals in 74 games for the Florida Panthers - the next highest scorer had 44 (Owen Nolan).
    Wayne Gretzky's #99 was retired league-wide on February 6, 2000.
    St. Louis defenseman Chris Pronger won the Hart Memorial Player, becoming the only defender since Bobby Orr in 1971-72 to do so.
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 2 featured a line-up of 56 fighters (28 each) from Marvel Comics and Capcom's gaming line-up. Three of the Capcom fighters made their debuts in the series - Ruby Heart (a French-speaking female pirate who serves as the 'main character' for whatever semblance of a storyline the game has), SonSon (granddaughter of a character from an eponymous 1984 Capcom game), and Amingo (a sombrero-wearing cactus thing that has little explanation).
  • The Dreamcast was better than you gave it credit for.

We Are All In
(And Random-ish Music)

It's A Great Day For Hockey


fate 05-01-2013 08:11 PM

woo's @ 8 min in 2nd, **** me

Cardboard Orpik 05-01-2013 08:11 PM

Who needs Neal when you have Glass? :sarcasm:

Shrimper 05-01-2013 08:11 PM

I'll be leaving you guys after this period. 2.10am here and need to be up at 8am.

Skillzz 05-01-2013 08:11 PM

hockey is fun

Unlimited Chequing 05-01-2013 08:11 PM

Wow, that's one hellova GDT!

Merc29 05-01-2013 08:11 PM

I don't care if the games ends 12-0 you do not step off the gas. We must not show mercy

Sh00terMcGavin 05-01-2013 08:12 PM

Beau nose.

Ogrezilla 05-01-2013 08:12 PM

just got home. Did they punch us in the nose? Did we fall apart?

domaug* 05-01-2013 08:12 PM

pretty gutless from the Islanders. what a shock.

nhindian 05-01-2013 08:12 PM

lol these refs

Coach John McGuirk 05-01-2013 08:12 PM

This game has me so damn happy. I might drive out to Pittsburgh for Friday's game to watch it on the big screen outside.

leafspensfan 05-01-2013 08:12 PM

holy **** this is awesome

Shrimper 05-01-2013 08:13 PM

Right. See you. I'm off. Go Pens - keep it firm and steady!

fate 05-01-2013 08:13 PM

wow interference?!

Skillzz 05-01-2013 08:13 PM


Originally Posted by Ogrezilla (Post 65062563)
just got home. Did they punch us in the nose? Did we fall apart?

Tanner Glass scored. That's all you really need to know

bambamcam4ever 05-01-2013 08:13 PM

These refs are embarrassing

12IsGreaterThan47 05-01-2013 08:13 PM

omfg, Orpik's shot tore Crosby's tongue? WTF is with this kid? Don't tie his shoe laces together, amputation on the way.

MeticulouslyDishevel 05-01-2013 08:13 PM

Ew. TSN just said that Sid's tongue was torn off his lower jaw. And he can't eat steak yet.

lokomotiv15 05-01-2013 08:14 PM

Wow, didn't know that shot that broke his jaw also ripped his tongue off the bottom of his mouth...

HuskerTornado 05-01-2013 08:14 PM

ok Hamonic does drive Neal into the boards, hard to tell though because it is on the far side.

Bourque is pissed the refs missed a too many men call on NYI.

leafspensfan 05-01-2013 08:14 PM

the tongue was torn out???? **** YOU ORPIK!!!!

MeticulouslyDishevel 05-01-2013 08:14 PM


Originally Posted by lokomotiv15 (Post 65062881)
Wow, didn't know that shot that broke his jaw also ripped his tongue off the bottom of his mouth...

He's so fragile. :sarcasm:

nhindian 05-01-2013 08:14 PM

I hate the officiating when games are lopsided.

Skillzz 05-01-2013 08:14 PM


Originally Posted by IcedCapp (Post 65062799)
omfg, Orpik's shot tore Crosby's tongue? WTF is with this kid? Don't tie his shoe laces together, amputation on the way.


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