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02-01-2013, 11:25 PM
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Shockmaster
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Hmm.....

It's a home game, where the Penguins haven't played well so far this year. On the other hand, the Penguins haven't played well against only non-playoff teams from last year thus far. This is the first playoff team from last year the Penguins face at home, so that means they'll play up to the competition.

They need to play at home the same way they've played on the road. Quit worrying about trying to put on a show for the crowd. The best way to please the crowd is to get the two points. No more of this pretty east-west **** in the neutral zone and no more forcing offense when it isn't there. Just play solid fundamental hockey.

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