So… Sidney Crosby.
Crosby “only” finished with two points (and six SOG), but he absolutely thrashed Ottawa’s defense. They were physical against him all game long, but he still found a way to get to open ice and create, as only he can.
The rest of the Penguins were great, too.
James Neal’s best game of the playoffs and the puck finally started to bounce his way. Two goals, an assist, and nine SOG in less than 15 minutes of ice time. Not a bad depth luxury.
Jarome Iginla also potted a pair, and he played even less than Neal – 13:54 to be exact.
Kris Letang had four helpers in 22 minutes of ice time – low for him, as the Penguins could spread their minutes around after getting out to such a big lead.
I don’t really think Ottawa played...
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