Penguins one win away from back-to-back Stanley Cup titles

Crosby with Cup

Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is one win away from hoisting the Stanley Cup for the third time

Penguins can cap journey to Stanley Cup with Game 6 win in Nashville, writes Jonathan Bombulie.

My column centers on how the Penguins, on the brink of history, can draw from their past Cup finals.

Murray stops Fisher G5 SCF

In the Penguins notebook, Bill West writes that the players will keep their eyes off the coveted Cup.

THREE PERIODS: West writes that Penguins rookie Jake Guentzel has been historically efficient this postseason.

Matt Cullen G5 SCF

Penguins center Matt Cullen, on being one win away from the Cup at age 29 versus 40: ‘It’s not a whole lot different. You’re close to where you want to be, and it’s just a different level of excitement, no matter what age you are and no matter where you’re at in your career’

Penguins center Matt Cullen catches Cup buzz at age 40, writes West.

Marc-Andre Fleury on bench

Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury could be the sentimental choice to lift the Cup first among Penguins

Bombulie sets the odds for which Penguins player could hoist the Cup.

https://twitter.com/NHLonNBCSports/status/873589848032006145

ON THE DIAMOND

https://twitter.com/Pirates/status/873693786727043072

Felipe Rivero v Marlins

Felipe Rivero recorded his fourth career save, his first with the Pirates

Pirates win as reliever Felipe Rivero stands out on a day dominated by offense, writes Rob Biertempfel.

Tyler Glasnow hangs head

Over 12 starts, Tyler Glasnow went 2-6 with a 7.45 ERA and a 1.91 WHIP. The former top prospect issued a team-high 29 walks in 54 1⁄3 innings

In the Pirates notebook, Biertempfel writes that Tyler Glasnow was sent to the minors.

Biertempfel has the scouting report for Pirates-Marlins on Sunday.

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