Penguins' Sidney Crosby: Team's lone scorer in Game 3

Crosby went minus-3 in Game 3 on Wednesday but scored a power-play goal -- the lone tally for the Penguins in a 5-1 road defeat at the hands of the surprising Senators.

Crosby was positioned perfectly inside the crease to deflect Phil Kessel's shot, and the stud pivot went five-hole for his first goal since lighting the lamp twice in Game 1 of the conference semifinals against the Capitals. It'll be interesting to see how Crosby responds after this frustrating outcome. During the regular season, he posted 72 of his 89 points with a plus-37 rating in Pittsburgh's wins, but had just 17 in 28 and a minus-20 spot when slapped with a loss.

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