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Pittsburgh Forces Game Seven, Series Heads Back to Detroit

Published by on June 10, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

After being held scoreless in Game Five, the Pittsburgh Penguins faced elimination in Game Six for the second straight year in the Stanley Cup Finals. Last year, the Red Wings won the Cup in Pittsburgh, forcing the Penguins to watch them celebrate in their house.

Detroit wanted to do the same in Game Six this year, but the Penguins had other ideas. Pittsburgh came out firing in the first period, taking 12 shots on Detroit's Chris Osgoode.

They also had two power plays they were not able to capitalize on, as both teams were unable to beat the goalie during the first period.

With no score in over 44 minutes of play, (going back to the 15:40 mark in the second period of game five), it’s the Penguins wh...

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