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#61|Penguins VS Rangers|Mellon Arena|7:30PM|2.12.2010

Penguins VS Rangers




February 12th 2010 | 7:30 PM @ Mellon Arena




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Team Leaders
 
Sidney Crosby 39GOALSMarian Gaborik 35
Evgeni Malkin 42ASSISTSMarian Gaborik 34
Sidney Crosby 74POINTSMarian Gaborik 69
Jordan Staal +16PLUS MINUSMarian Gaborik +11
Mike Rupp 75PIMSean Avery 117

Team Stats
 
36-22-2Record26-27-7
3.05G/G2.52
2.87GA/G2.70
16.0%PP %18.6%
83.0%PK %85.1%
32.4Shots/G30.1
29.4Shots Ag./G29.8
49.0%FaceOff %49.7%

Penguins Projected Lineup

Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
Chris KunitzSidney CrosbyBill Guerin
Pascal DupuisEvgeni MalkinRuslan Fedotenko
Matt CookeJordan StaalTyler Kennedy
Mike RuppMark LetestuCraig Adams
Defense
Defense
Sergei GoncharBrooks Orpik
Mark EatonKris Letang
Alex GoligoskiJay McKee

Rangers Projected Lineup

Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
Vinny ProspaErik ChristensenChris Drury
Brandon DubinskyOlli JokinenRyan Callahan
Sean AveryArtem AnisimovEver Lisin
Brandon PrustBrian BoyleAaron Voros
Defense
Defense
Marc StaalMichal Rozsival
Michael Del Zotto Dan Girardi
Wade ReddenMatt Gilroy

Division Matchup, Standings, & Highlights



Team
GP
W
L
OT
PTS
VS ATL
New Jersey59362037510-6-1
Pittsburgh60362227411-6-0
Philadelphia58302536311-5-1
NY Rangers6026277594-9-2
NY Islanders6024288565-10-1

This is our 5th match up against the New York Rangers, and so far during the season we are undefeated against them. In the 4th and last match up on Janurary 25th 2010 the match ended with a score of 4-2 in favor of Pittsburgh. With Pittsburgh goals by Chris Conner (Assists: Crosby, Letang), Evgen Malkin PPG (Assists: Gonchar, Letang), Chris Conner (2) (Assists: Crosby, Dupuis), and Pascal Dupuis EN (Assists: Malkin, Gonchar). And New York goals by Artem Anisimov (Assists: Higgins, Lisin), Artem Anisimov (2) (Assists: Girardi).



In the 3rd match up on November 30th 2009 the match ended with a score of 5-2 in favor of Pittsburgh. With Pittsburgh goals by Sidney Crosby (Assists: Guerin, Gonchar), Mike Rupp (Assists: Staal), Mike Rupp (2) (Assists: None), Sidney Crosby (2) (Assists: Eaton, Skoula), Mike Rupp (3) EN (Assists: Crosby). And New York goals by Marian Gaborik (Assists: Prospal, M. Staal), and Marian Gaborik PPG (2) (Assists: Drury, M. Del Zotto).



In the 2nd match up on November 28th 2009 the match ended with a score of 8-3 in favor of Pittsburgh. With Pittsburgh goals by Evgeni Malkin (Assists: Crosby, Guerin), Sidney Crosby (Assists: Goligoski), Maxime Talbot (Assists: Crosby, Letang), Mark Eaton (Assists: Adams, Orpik), Sidney Crosby (2) (Assists: Malkin), Pascal Dupuis (Assists: Orpik, Gonchar), Sidney Crosby (3) (Assists: Goligoski, Gonchar), and Tyler Kennedy (Assists: Letang, Fedotenko). And New York goals by Marc Staal (Assists: Drury, Kotalik), Matt Gilroy (Assists: Prospal, Gaborik), and Michal Rozsival (Assists: Gaborik, Avery).



In the 1st match up on October 2nd 2009 the openning match of the season and championship banner ceremony the match ended with a scoare of 3-2 in favor of Pittsburgh. With Pittsburgh goals by Evgeni Malkin PPG (Assists: Gonchar, Goligoski), Sidney Crosby (Assists: Letang, Guerin), and Tyler Kennedy (Assists: Goligoski, Staal). And New York goals by Cris Drury (Assists: Higgins), and Marian Gaborik (Assists: Dubinsky, M. Staal).



Goalie Match-Up


Marc-Andre Fleury

29-16-2, 0 SO; 2.64 GAA, .908 SV%

Henrik Lundqvist

23-22-6, 2 SO; 2.43 GAA, .919 SV%

Hope the GDT is good and solid, I am posting it tonight because tomorrow I may not be available to post it up. If there are any errors with the lines and I am not avaliable to correct them I am sorry but post up any mistakes I have made regardless and if I end up being free I will correct any mistakes I made. Also I hope the Pens can keep my GDT streak going, so far I am still undefeated for the season.

GO PENS!!!


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5-2 Pens.

Crosby 3G 1A
Malkin 1G 2A This would make him at a 12 game point streak.

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Rangers at the Igloo (for the last time, ever).... with no Gaborik?
Well.... if ever there was a sweet chance for stats padding, this would appear to be it .

Hopefully the boys do everything but the kind of no-show they had against Montreal or the first period against the Isles. I think that is the level of sucktitude we have to reach not to blow them out.

Btw. the 8-2 win was fun.... is tomorrow 'hat night'?

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Rangers at the Igloo (for the last time, ever).... with no Gaborik?
Well.... if ever there was a sweet chance for stats padding, this would appear to be it .

Hopefully the boys do everything but the kind of no-show they had against Montreal or the first period against the Isles. I think that is the level of sucktitude we have to reach not to blow them out.

Btw. the 8-2 win was fun.... is tomorrow 'hat night'?
Oh he is not playing? well then damn, the Rangers are going to be EASY to beat, but we are going to struggle bad because of that. Happens on every easy game. 2-1 Pens in a gross game.

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Rangers at the Igloo (for the last time, ever).... with no Gaborik?
Well.... if ever there was a sweet chance for stats padding, this would appear to be it .

Hopefully the boys do everything but the kind of no-show they had against Montreal or the first period against the Isles. I think that is the level of sucktitude we have to reach not to blow them out.

Btw. the 8-2 win was fun.... is tomorrow 'hat night'?
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Oh he is not playing? well then damn, the Rangers are going to be EASY to beat, but we are going to struggle bad because of that. Happens on every easy game. 2-1 Pens in a gross game.
He is out with a lacerated leg, is listed as day to day. So he could play, but its unknown. So I used the roster lines from the Rangers last game without him.

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Everyone thinks this one will be easy, so I'll predict a 6-2 Rangers win. Its cool though, Guerin will scored twice to confuse yinz.

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Hmm.....to watch this...or...to watch the Olympic opening ceremony? That is the question.......

I think I'll watch.......this.

5-2 Penguins win. Sid with at least 2 points.

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EC is their top center? Wow, are they ever in rough shape.

Hope they give them an eviscerating so I don't feel bad ditching this game to watch the opening ceremonies (I am in Vancouver, after all...)

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EC is their top center? Wow, are they ever in rough shape.

Hope they give them an eviscerating so I don't feel bad ditching this game to watch the opening ceremonies (I am in Vancouver, after all...)
That is what youtube is for. Unless you're watching it live.

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Hoping for a big night for Sid. He has a scoring title to win.

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Crusher as a first line centre

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I had a dream Malkin had 5 goals. And Brunnstrom had 4 for the Dallas stars. Curry started. Obviously, this isn't going to come true tonight.

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Pens at the Igloo against the Rags = Pens win.

I'll go with a 5-3 Pens victory, but Joker could be the normal thron in our sides tonight. Our win streak against them continues regardless of what he does though...

Let's Go Pens!

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I had a dream Malkin had 5 goals. And Brunnstrom had 4 for the Dallas stars. Curry started. Obviously, this isn't going to come true tonight.
I had a dream last night that Mike Green was traded to Detroit and scored a hat trick. Maybe that's a nightmare.

Anyway, I'm going to miss this one. Here's hoping the Pittsburgh hockey team wins big and the Pittsburgh basketball team gets blown out.

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I was at the first two games against them, this has been a great matchup for us all season long.

Only 3 of thier forwards have scored against us, excellent hopefully that doesnt change.

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I'll be there, rushing. Look for me in BLUE.

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Didn't realize the Rangers were that bad...

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I got into the city last night (not going to the game)....and oh man is it a disaster. These clowns have no idea to handle snow. Sorry, just had to vent a bit.

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Tonight shall be a night of wintery goodness I hope. Pens Win *knock on wood* followed by Olympic Torch lighting. Nice! Good job on GTD as always.

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No Gaborik??? The Pens better watch out in this one. These games where they should blow out the other team always turn into boring games much like the Isles game.

Pens often look like their in a warm up skate out there and do just enough to win IF THEY'RE LUCKY!

Need to finish this game and the one on Sunday strong heading into the break!

4-2 Pens

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5-2 Pens. Goalscorers: Crosby, Malkin, Staal, Gonch.

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Just...ouch.

Erik Christensen centering a "first line."

I expect a win tonight, but my record while in attendance is a piss-poor 3-6, so we shall see.

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i'm heading into the game tonight. How are the roads around downtown?

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is it too early to ask for the pick'em??

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Hoping for a big night for Sid. He has a scoring title to win.
Do you really still have hope?

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