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Penguins-Capitals: Pens’ Power Play Fails Miserably in Game One Loss

Published by on May 2, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

It was a familiar sight on Saturday afternoon for Penguins fans. Criticized throughout the season for failing to make the simple plays and getting shots on goal, the Pens’ power play once again failed them in their Eastern Conference Semifinal opener against the Washington Capitals, as the Pens dropped Game One by a score of 3-2.

This was the type of game where one power play goal would have made a huge difference, but the Pens were 0-for-5 and looked confused at times with the man advantage, and they were unable to keep the puck in the zone or get much traffic in front of the net.

A good sign for Pittsburgh is that five-on-five, they were the better team for most of the game, especially in the first 15 minutes...

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