In the NHL, a defining point of any team is how well they rebound from a poor performance. The Penguins had a dreadful performance on home ice on Saturday against the New Jersey Devils. They never got to their game and simply never challenged Martin Brodeur enough. But that was then, and is in the past. But getting a response against the Canadiens was absolutely necessary. They would be without Tyler Kennedy however, as he was a scratch due to an undisclosed injury. Kennedy was second on the team with five goals coming in. But either way, holes need to be plugged and the system has to march on. Sidney Crosby got the scoring off first, thanks to a turnover forced by Chris Kunitz at the point. Kunitz managed to control the flying puck, get it to Bill Guerin, and find a wide-open Crosby just ...
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