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EdwardBlake 05-19-2013 02:04 PM

ECSF Game 3|Pittsburgh Penguins @ Ottawa Senators|19.May.2013
 
:pens vs. :sens

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Playoff Team Stats

Ottawa Senators | Pittsburgh Penguins
G/G | 3.43 | 4.12
GA/G | 2.43 | 2.62
S/G | 30.3 | 29.9
SA/G | 36.0 | 31.9
PP% | 21.9% | 32.3%
PK% | 79.3% | 88.9%
FO% | 47.8% | 49.6%

Regular Season Team Stats

Ottawa Senators | Pittsburgh Penguins
G/G | 2.33 | 3.38
GA/G | 2.08 | 2.48
S/G | 33.1 | 30.0
SA/G | 31.3 | 29.2
PP% | 15.9% | 24.7%
PK% | 88.0% | 79.6%
FO% | 49.2% | 51.5%

Pittsburgh Penguins

:pens

Record : 36-12-0
Last 10 : 8-2-0
Home : 18-6-0
Away : 18-6-0

Roster

No. Player Height WeightDate of Birth Age Place of Birth
27 Craig Adams 60 197 Aprl 26, 1977 36 Seria, BRN
19 Beau Bennett 62 207 Nov 27, 1991 21 Gardena, CA, USA
41 Roberto Bortuzzo 64 215 Mar 18, 1989 24 Thunder Bay, ON, CAN
24 Matt Cooke 511 205 Sep 7, 1978 34 Belleville, ON, CAN
87 Sidney Crosby 511 200 Aug 7, 1987 25 Cole Harbour, NS, CAN
47 Simon Despres 64 214 Jul 7, 1991 21 Laval, QC, C
9 Pascal Dupuis 61 205 Apr 7, 1979 34 Laval, QC, CAN
4 Mark Eaton 61 215 May 6, 1977 35 Wilmington, DE, USA
45 Deryk Engelland 62 202 Apr 3, 1982 31 Edmonton, AB, CAN
29 Marc-Andre Fleury 62 180 Nov 28, 1984 28 Sorel, QC, CAN
15 Tanner Glass 61 210 Nov 29, 1983 29 Regina, SK, CAN
12 Jarome Iginla 61 210 Jul 1, 1977 35 Edmonton, AB, CAN
17 Dustin Jeffrey 61 205 Feb 27, 1988 25 Sarnia, ON, CAN
36 Jussi Jokinen 511 198 Apr 1, 19883 30 Kalajoki, FIN
48 Tyler Kennedy 511 183 Jul 15, 1986 26 Sault Ste. Marie, ON, CAN
14 Chris Kunitz 60 193 Sep 26, 1979 33 Regina, SK, CAN
58 Kris Letang 60 201 Apr 24, 1987 26 Montreal, QC, CAN
71 Evgeni Malkin 63 195 Jul 31, 1986 26 Magnitogorsk, RUS
7 Paul Martin 61 200 Mar 5, 1981 32 Minneapolis, MN, USA
10 Brenden Morrow 60 205 Jan 16, 1979 34 Carlyle, SK, CAN
3 Douglas Murray 63 245 Mar 12, 1980 33 Bromma, SWE
18 James Neal 62 208 Sep 3, 1987 25 Whitby, ON, CAN
2 Matt Niskanen 60 209 Dec 6, 1986 26 Virginia, MN, USA
44 Brooks Orpik 62 219 Sep 26, 1980 32 San Francisco, CA, USA
16 Brandon Sutter 63 183 Feb 14, 1989 24 Huntington, NY, USA
46 Joe Vitale 511 205 Aug 20, 1985 27 St. Louis, MO, USA
92 Tomas Vokoun 61 210 Jul 2, 1976 36 Karlovy Vary, CZE

Projected Lineup (subject to change)

Left WingCenterRight Wing
Chris Kunitz Sidney Crosby Pascal Dupuis
Jarome Iginla Evgeni Malkin James Neal
Brenden Morrow Brandon Sutter Matt Cooke
Tanner Glass Craig Adams Tyler Kennedy

Left Defense Right Defense
Brooks Orpik Paul Martin
Kris Letang Paul Martin
Douglas Murray Matt Niskanen

Starting Goalie
Thomas Vokoun

Ottawa Senators

:sens

Record : 25-17-6
Last 10 : 6 -4-0
Home : 15-6-3
Away : 10-11-3

Projected Lineup (subject to change)

Left WingCenterRight Wing
Cory Conacher Jason Spezza Milan Michalek
Jakob Silfverberg Kyle Turris Daniel Alfredsson
Zack Smith Mika Zibanejad Chris Neil
Colin Greening Jean-Gabriel Pageau Erik Condra

Left Right
Marc Methot Andre Benoit
Jared Cowen Erik Karlsson
Chris Phillips Sergei Gonchar

Starting Goalie
Craig Anderson

Playoff Team Leaders

Category Ottawa Senators Pittsburgh Penguins
PTS Daniel Alfredsson (7) Evgeni Malkin (14)
G Turris, Pageau (4) Crosby, Dupuis (6)
A Alfresson, Karlsson, Condra (5) (2) Evgeni Malkin (11)
PPG Daniel Alfresson (2) Chris Kunitz (3)
GWG Turris, Pageau, Methot, Conacher (1) Malkin, Kennedy, Orpik, Kunitz, Bennett (1)
+/- Jean-Gabriel Pageau (+6) (+12) Paul Martin (+8)
S Milan Michalek (21) Sidney Crosby (32)
S% Cory Conacher (37.5%) (28.57%) Glass, Murray (33.3%) WTFLOL
TOI/G Erik Karlsson (25:14) Kris Letang (26:49)

Regular Season Team Leaders

Category Ottawa Senators Pittsburgh Penguins
PTS Kyle Turris (29) Sidney Crosby (56)
G Kyle Turris (12) Chris Kunitz (22)
A Sergei Gonchar (24) Sidney Crosby (41)
PPG Turris, Alfredsson, Zibanejad (3) James Neal (9)
GWG Gonchar, Neil (3) James Neal (6)
+/- Wiercloch, Silfverberg, Zibanejad (+9) Pascal Dupuis (+31)
S Jakob Silfverberg (134) Pascal Dupuis (140)
S% Kassian, Spezza (16.7) Chris Kunitz (19.5)
TOI/G Erik Karlsson (27:09) Kris Letang (25:38)

LETS GO PENS!


EdwardBlake 05-19-2013 02:07 PM

If there are any mistakes just let me know and I will fix them.

Darth Vitale 05-19-2013 02:09 PM

My response in the other thread ...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ray Shero (Post 66255203)
Sens produce a lot of good goalies. Even former ones are now stellar for other teams (Emery and Elliot).

Meh. Elliot is inconsistent as hell. He'll go 5 games looking like a Vezina candidate then he'll get shelled 3 games in a row. Without Hitchcock's defensive system he'd get badly exposed anywhere else IMO. They didn't call him Smelliot for nothing. Emery same deal. He benefits from the Hawks great depth and system. On any mediocre team, he'd get shelled, lose his cool, etc. Lalime was always overrated to. I think Anderson and Lehner especially, have been the best they've produced in recent years by far.


Quote:

Originally Posted by eXile59 (Post 66257089)
Have to wonder what kind of Spezza they're getting.

Even an 80% Spezza means more balanced lines for them and tougher matchups for us. And a much more danerous PP for them, which doesn't require him to be in top shape.


Quote:

Originally Posted by Axman (Post 66261761)

Haha. Well played.

Sideline 05-19-2013 02:11 PM

This song reminds me of Tanner Glass:


You can't get it out of you head (line-up) regardless of it being ****ing awful.

Waffle Fries 05-19-2013 02:13 PM

This was today's poll on NHL.com, I thought the results were interesting:

Quote:

Which current starting goalie would you want backstopping your team in the playoffs?

Corey Crawford:
9.95%
Tuukka Rask:
12.36%
Jimmy Howard:
11.88%
Jonathan Quick:
15.05%
Craig Anderson:
10.79%
Henrik Lundqvist:
15.10%
Antti Niemi:
12.43%
Tomas Vokoun:
12.43%

Darth Vitale 05-19-2013 02:16 PM

I think the two highest vote getters are the correct answer, followed by Howard probably. Vokoun is doing great but let's be real: if we could snap our fingers and make Quick or Lundqvist a Penguin, we would.

Waffle Fries 05-19-2013 02:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chancellor Vitale (Post 66286133)
I think the two highest vote getters are the correct answer, followed by Howard probably. Vokoun is doing great but let's be real: if we could snap our fingers and make Quick or Lundqvist a Penguin, we would.

I voted Lundqvist. Just made me laugh to see Anderson second lowest after all the hype about him being able to shut us down before the series.

That and Vokoun getting more votes than Rask and Howard.

wheelz87 05-19-2013 02:18 PM

Please no Glass. :shakehead

All Beau, Jok do are the right things. I guess they are too flashy/skilled to be on DB's 4th line?

Dying Alive 05-19-2013 02:19 PM

Yeah, I really don't see how anyone could be close to Lundqvist or Quick. Quick is so good and Lundqvist is literally the only reason the Rangers are still playing.

Crafton 05-19-2013 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chancellor Vitale (Post 66285731)
I think Anderson and Lehner especially, have been the best they've produced in recent years by far.

is it really fair to say that the sens 'produced' Anderson? wasn't he one of the premier back-ups in the league when he played with Vokoun in Florida?

Dying Alive 05-19-2013 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Crafton (Post 66286361)
is it really fair to say that the sens 'produced' Anderson? wasn't he one of the premier back-ups in the league when he played with Vokoun in Florida?

The Sens produced Anderson in the same way the BJs produced Bobrovsky.

No Chance of Fluerys 05-19-2013 02:22 PM

I'm not going to panic about glass. We'll see how we play against Ottawa tonight, especially if they start playing tough and desperate

ColePens 05-19-2013 02:22 PM

I'm sold that the NBC reason for lowering the crowd noise is simply because of the guy who sits between the benches. I remember the first couple times they couldn't really hear him. Now they pipe it in and it sounds like WWE production **** here. :laugh:

DreamBeaut 05-19-2013 02:24 PM

I guess I just won't get it with Tanner Glass.

Shrimper 05-19-2013 02:25 PM

Win and put the stranglehold on the series.

Jag68Sid87 05-19-2013 02:25 PM

Well, tonight is the series basically. If we win, series over. If we lose, it's on.

We will win 100% of games against Ottawa when Vokoun out-goaltends Anderson. So far, he's 2-2.

Spezza is mainly going to help their power play, imo. I think we might see both teams play their best game of the series tonight.

madinsomniac 05-19-2013 02:28 PM

While i wouldnt say Glass is horrendous, he certainly isnt a good option for us right now. Glass is a lesser version of Adams. He is slow, he isnt as good defensively, he hits a lot, he doent take offensive risks. He brings little to the table outside of hits and taking up space in the defensive zone. If you are putting together a 4th line of 2 energy speed guys and a Glass, you are fine... when you have him out with adams, its a disadvantage

Sivek 05-19-2013 02:29 PM

I hope Ottawa doesn't disappoint and not do something stupidly over-the-top for their pre-game. Cooke effigy hanging from the scoreboard maybe? Or possibly some type of Karlsson % healthy meter.

End of Line 05-19-2013 02:29 PM











Lets Go Pens! :towel:

Sh00terMcGavin 05-19-2013 02:30 PM

Is Joe Money injured or something?

td_ice 05-19-2013 02:31 PM

I will be very impressed if we take this one. It is hard to match the urgency of a team that is down 0-2. We will no doubt see the best that the Sen's have to offer. I think Ottawa takes this one. I hope I am wrong. 3-0 would be sweet.

gordie 05-19-2013 02:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by madinsomniac (Post 66286971)
While i wouldnt say Glass is horrendous, he certainly isnt a good option for us right now. Glass is a lesser version of Adams. He is slow, he isnt as good defensively, he hits a lot, he doent take offensive risks. He brings little to the table outside of hits and taking up space in the defensive zone. If you are putting together a 4th line of 2 energy speed guys and a Glass, you are fine... when you have him out with adams, its a disadvantage

Expect Ottawa to start some garbage tonight if they were to get a lead to distract and slow down the Pens. Obviously, I'm not the only one expecting this type of Paul Maclean tactic because if Bylsma is dressing Glass, he's expecting it as well.

Shrimper 05-19-2013 02:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by td_ice (Post 66287377)
I will be very impressed if we take this one. It is hard to match the urgency of a team that is down 0-2. We will no doubt see the best that the Sen's have to offer. I think Ottawa takes this one. I hope I am wrong. 3-0 would be sweet.

Ottawa will come out all guns blazing early on. That's a given. We just need to weather that storm and then take control.

Dying Alive 05-19-2013 02:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sh00terMcGavin (Post 66287261)
Is Joe Money injured or something?

Yeah, but nobody knows what the injury is.

Jag68Sid87 05-19-2013 02:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gordie (Post 66287605)
Expect Ottawa to start some garbage tonight if they were to get a lead to distract and slow down the Pens. Obviously, I'm not the only one expecting this type of Paul Maclean tactic because if Bylsma is dressing Glass, he's expecting it as well.

If Bylsma really were anticipating something, he'd dress MacIntyre. Glass isn't a deterrent (unless we're talking deterrents to victory).

This isn't anything more than the coach putting back in a player he perceives as a regular. Heaven only knows why.


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