Second-period report: Penguins lucky to be tied up heading into third
PITTSBURGH -- After four goals in the first, the second period took on a decidedly more passive tone. That was especially true of the Pens, who managed just four shots. Can't remember any that were particularly dangerous. After holding an edge in quality scoring chances through the first two games, the Pens seem somehow more tentative. Or maybe they're just being patient. Seems like a dangerous strategy, but no one asked me.
The Penguins are fortunate, however, to be tied after two ...
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