Senators win to force Game 7; Steelers open OTAs

Kyle Turris holds down Crosby

Senators center Kyle Turris holds down Penguins captain Sidney Crosby in the second period

The Penguins failed to close out the Senators, so a Game 7 awaits, writes Jonathan Bombulie.

My column centers on how the Penguins missed on their chance to clinch.

Evgeni Malkin was upset with missed chances in the Penguins’ Game 6 loss to Ottawa, writes Bill West.

Craig Anderson G6 save

One game after being pulled in the first period, Senators goalie Craig Anderson stopped 45 shots

PLUS-MINUS (+/-): West writes that Senators goalie Craig Anderson got the better of the Penguins’ Matt Murray.

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In the Penguins notebook, West writes that Jake Guentzel laughs about his reaction to smelling salts.

Check out the Game 6 photo gallery by the Trib’s Christopher Horner.

ON THE SOUTH SIDE

Martavis Bryant at OTAs

Martavis Bryant: ‘I know it’s my last chance’

Martavis Bryant rejoined the Steelers for OTAs after serving a yearlong suspension, writes Joe Rutter.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger ‘110 percent committed’ after mulling retirement in offseason, writes Chris Adamski.

In the Steelers notebook, Adamski writes that first-round pick T.J Watt worked with the first team on the first day of OTAs.