Pittsburgh Penguins Need To Dig Deep To Get Back on Winning Track

Posted: 10th November 2009 by Scott Barner in NHL
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After being shut out for the second game in a row, the Penguins players need to look within and challenge themselves to step up to a higher level. With a rash of injuries to key players, the wheels seem to be falling off the turbo charged wagon that was the Penguins. The power play has been disastrous and disorganized. The shots on goal have been less and weak. No one seems to want to step up and shine during the absence of Malkin, Gonchar, Talbot, Kennedy, Letang, and now possibly Orpik. Now is the perfect time to bring your game up to the next level as Malkin did last season during Sidney Crosby's absence. The coaching staff isn't immune from blame. It is easy to coach a highly-talented team of players when they are healthy and clicking. The true talent of a coaching staff shows when th ...

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