Not even 24 hours after the Pittsburgh Penguins recorded their first victory of the season, they headed to Long Island for a showdown with the new-look Islanders. The NassauáColiseum was full of emotion before the game, as the crowd was buzzing in anticipationáfor the debut of first overall pick John Tavares. But the Penguins planned on spoiling hisáfirst NHL game. However, the Penguins came out flat in the first period. Despite Sidney Crosby scoring his second goaláon a breakaway, the Mightyá'Guins gave up a five-on-three after Brendan Witt destroyed Ruslan Fedotenko. The Penguins also allowed another powerplay goal in the second period, this time to Tavares.áAssistant coach Mike Yeo was upset at the offensive performance, toásay the absoluteáleast. So, theáPenguins came out flyi ...
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