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10-12-2013, 10:43 AM
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Malkin always seems to score highlight reel goals against Tampa Bay.




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Bennett's first career goal was against Tampa. Maybe he can get his first of the season tonight.

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Big night tonight for Malkin I'm guessing.

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Prepare for a shocking statement - thank God Fleury is in net.

Hopefully someone, J Mart, reamed them last night, and Crosby feels the need to redeem himself and carry the best line in hockey. Hopefully he yelled at the fool too.

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Gonna be another rough one, I think.

These Florida road trips always seem brutal, for whatever reason.

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10-12-2013, 01:30 PM
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Ummm, somebody better cover 91 on the left half boards when killing a penalty.

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These Florida road trips always seem brutal, for whatever reason.
It's always so dang hot and muggy, that's why.

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Jeez that Tampa side looks really bad on paper.

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Gonna be another rough one, I think.

These Florida road trips always seem brutal, for whatever reason.
remember Sunburn-Gate last year?

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10-12-2013, 01:40 PM
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Hmm for some reason, I always thought of Stamkos as being the same age as Crosby. Can't believe he's only 23. That boy's scary.

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remember Sunburn-Gate last year?
Oh yeah. It's always something.

Stammer/St. Louis really seem to torture the Penguins, too. I don't have the numbers in front of me. But I can't imagine they are good.

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The Pens are 40-28-5-4 all time against Tampa. So... that's useful.... or something...

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I think Tampa's coming out swinging. After Past nights game I wouldn't be surprised to see a flat Pens team playing catch up again.

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Oh yeah. It's always something.

Stammer/St. Louis really seem to torture the Penguins, too. I don't have the numbers in front of me. But I can't imagine they are good.
Really? I always end up very underwhelmed by Stamkos when we play him.

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Really? I always end up very underwhelmed by Stamkos when we play him.
Same. He seems to be invisible for 95% of his shifts against us, and then score a power play goal when he gets left alone in the slot.


St. Louis, on the other hand, always brings his 'A Game' against us.

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Stamkos vs Pittsburgh
6 goals, 13 assists, 19 points -5 against Pittsburgh in 19 games.

MSL vs Pittsburgh
17 goals, 28 assists, 45 points -2 against Pittsburgh in 48 games.

Stamkos is below his averages against us, particularly in goals where he usually scores over half a goal per game on average.

MSL is right where he should be against us.

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10-12-2013, 02:10 PM
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Hm. It must be that nearly-uncovered-PP goal-per-game that Stammer seems to score every game against the Pens that skews my perception, like Big said. MSL is just fun to watch and that is probably why he always seems dangerous.

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I'm hoping that Malkin has his usual hat trick vs TB tonight

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Hm. It must be that nearly-uncovered-PP goal-per-game that Stammer seems to score every game against the Pens that skews my perception, like Big said. MSL is just fun to watch and that is probably why he always seems dangerous.
Stamkos has 6 career goals against the Penguins in 19 games. 4 on the powerplay.

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seeing a healthy Ryan Malone is a pretty rare phenomenon in the NHL these days. maybe it'll be a four leaf clover type situation?

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Nice GDT!

You always seem to do well against us..especially Malkin

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seeing a healthy Ryan Malone is a pretty rare phenomenon in the NHL these days. maybe it'll be a four leaf clover type situation?
Don't expect to see more of him than when he is injured. His only talent left seems to be sitting right before the goalie and waiting for a whistle to have the time to get up and somehow (nobody knows how) he makes it to the bench.

Seriously, I would be happy if he would be a shade of his own self, but even that is to much for him....

Should be an very interesting game and I at least expect a closer game (from TB standpoint) as we finally have a solid roster.

Anyways best of luck to you guys lookin forward to the game (and hopfully finally a win again )

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