Kennedy's big night could be promising sign of things to come for Penguins
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- When Ryan Malone and Marian Hossa found new homes in the offseason, signing Miroslav Satan and Ruslan Fedotenko wasn't going to be enough to fully address those offensive losses.
The Pittsburgh Penguins knew if they were going to be able to remain a contender, they were also going to need improvement from within. The obvious promotion was Jordan Staal going from third-line checking center to second-line winger.
It's only one game, but Tyler Kennedy's ...
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