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Last-minute mistake

The Penguins outshot the Canadiens, 17-3, in the second period but surrendered the only goal and are trailing, 2-1, at the second intermission of Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinal at Mellon Arena.
But a Montreal mistake could prove costly.
Canadiens defenseman Hal Gill was called for a tripping penalty with six seconds left when he upended Max Talbot, who rebounded a Chris Kunitz shot in the high slot.
Gill will start the second period in the penalty box, and the Penguins will have their first power-play opportunity of the game after going 4-for-4 in Game 1 on Friday night.

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