Sidney Crosby has done more in the first 300 games in the NHL than most do in their careers. The list of achievements just goes on and on. But still in the first 299, there is something that he has never done - score shorthanded. That changed on Friday night against the Florida Panthers. And on a day where nobody else in Black and Vegas Gold seemed to have their best stuff, the Captain came to the rescue once again. Almost immediately labelled a "trap" game by the coaching staff, the Panthers and Steve Reinprecht played the role perfectly. They caught the Penguins napping at the beginning of the game and got their powerplay to work early. The Panther forecheck was greatly aided by a number of Penguin giveaways in the defensive zone. Reinprecht buried some garbage on the man advantage after ...
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