Pittsburghs’ Top Three Punish Toronto

Posted: 11th October 2009 by Laura Falcon in NHL
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When Sidney Crosby is playing at the top of his game, he's tough to stop. When Evgeni Malkin is playing at the top of his game, he's tough to stop. When Crosby and Malkin are playing at the top of their game and then you add Jordan Staal to the mix, then you have unstoppable centers that excel both offensively and defensively. I would add Fleury to the list, but he hardly had to be on top of his game to seal the Pens' fourth win of the season. Easily the Pens' most complete game of the season, the team ended a long winless streak in the Air Canada Center, their last win coming Oct. 13, 2007.á Once again, special teams was the name of the game. The Pens were perfect on the penalty kill, going shorthanded only twice.á Both penalties were a result of laziness/exhaustion.á Malkin really nee ...

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