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Penguins-Red Wings: Pens Sneak Back in, and We Have Ourselves a Series

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

The Penguins were tied up going into the final period after surviving a dreadful second period.

They were near facing playoff death.

A Red Wings win would have killed any realistic hope of the Penguins hoisting the Stanley Cup in 2009, but they stepped up their game in the third period, generating several good scoring chances before converting on a superb power play shift to steal Game Three.

Through the first two games of the Stanley Cup playoffs, the Penguins were the team forcing much of the action and getting the better scoring chances.

They promptly fell into a two-game hole.

For much of Game Three, the Red Wings looked like the superior team, generating plenty of offense whil...

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