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Unlikely Scorers Chip in as Fleury, Pens Survive Game One

Published by on May 19, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Miroslav Satan and Philippe Boucher were not supposed to be here.

The Penguins assigned Satan to the AHL on March 4 to make salary cap room for Bill Guerin, whom the Penguins acquired at the trade deadline. With Petr Sykora in the lineup and Guerin and Chris Kunitz in the mix, Satan was the odd man out, and it was unlikely that the winger would play in a Penguins uniform ever again.

Boucher, who missed 25 games this season due to surgery on his left foot, also seemed like the odd man out on the blueline once Sergei Gonchar returned to the lineup in February.

But Satan and Boucher were the ones who provided the Pittsburgh Penguins with two thirds of the offense as they beat the Carolina Hurricanes in Game...

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