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PENGUINS NEED WIN IN COLUMBUS TO REGAIN HOME ICE EDGE

4/21/2014

The Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets renew their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series tonight in Columbus.  (6:00airtime on 92.5 FM and the U92 sportschannel at U92radio.com)  The series is tied, 1-1 after the Blue Jackets 4-3 overtime win on Saturday in Pittsburgh, which allowed Columbus to seize the home-ice advantage.

 

 

Penguins winger Brian Gibbons left Game 2 shortly after scoring his second goal of the game in the first period and is listed as a gametime decision for tonight. He suffered a shoulder injury when he was hit by the Blue Jackets Brandon Dubinsky, who has spent the series harassing Sidney Crosby with lots of hits that Pens’ fans say have been extra-curricular if not dirty.  For the most part, Dubinsky has escaped penalties for the hits.

 

Only the injured and extra players skated at Penguins practice yesterday.      

 

YESTERDAY:

Philadelphia Flyers     4        New York Rangers     2 
(Best-of-seven Eastern quarterfinal tied, 1-1) 

Boston Bruins 4        Detroit Red Wings     1 
(Best-of-seven Eastern quarterfinal tied, 1-1) 

Montreal Canadiens   3        Tampa Bay Lightning 2 
(Canadiens lead best-of-seven Eastern quarterfinal, 3-0) 

San Jose Sharks       7        Los Angeles Kings     2 
(Sharks lead best-of-seven Western quarterfinal, 2-0) 


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