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That wasn’t Superman skating with the Penguins.
But here’s a warning from Trib beat writer Rob Rossi:
Don’t tug on Jordan Staal’s sweater.
The status of both Staal and winger Bill Guerin for Game 4 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series at Montreal remains undecided.
If and when Staal returns, don’t be surprised if he’s wearing these.
In the meantime, Mark Letestu has come to the Penguins’ rescue.
The stars of the 2-0 victory in Game 3, however, were undoubtedly Marc-Andre Fleury, who recorded a hometown shutout and Evgeni Malkin, who got back to scoring goals.
That’s where the Canadiens came up empty.
The victory kept the Penguins perfect on the road.
But bad news could be waiting at home, columnist Joe Starkey writes, if NBC keeps ruining the Pens’ outdoor party.
Follow more on “Sitting Rinkside” tonight for Game 4.

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  1. Mario L says:

    MAF has his critics & his supporters. regardless, His INCONSISTENT play is getting OLD FAST…. 1 bad game, 1 good game, 1 bad game, MR SOFTY called, it cost you the game tonight….& 3-1 series lead & ability to close out @ home gm 5, NOW its a 3 game series & we have to root for Philly to at least win 1 stinkin game vs BAWSTON…

 
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