The Pittsburgh Penguins Game 6 win on Tuesday night over the Washington Capitals is one of the crazier games you will ever see in the NHL.
The Pittsburgh Penguins took a 3-1 series lead after earning a 3-2 win in overtime to defeat the Washington Capitals and push them to the brink of elimination.
The New York Rangers scored four goals in nine minutes to take Game 2 over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Elsewhere, Braden Holtby continued to dominate for the Capitals, the Sharks took a 2-0 lead on the Kings, and we saw two of the weirdest goals in the NHL this season.
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Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Ian Cole nearly ended up in the first row on Monday night thanks to this hit from Columbus Blue Jackets forward Ryan Johansen.
There are more people to blame for the Pittsburgh Penguins' struggles than just former coach Mike Johnston.
These four teams have a lot of the right pieces in place to compete for a Stanley Cup. But they might need just a little bit more help from outside their organizations.
The Pittsburgh Penguins' strong defensive numbers are almost entirely the result of starting goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury playing some of the best hockey of his career.

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