The Penguins executed their game plan almost to perfection in Game 2 and will have little time to lose momentum before Game 3, writes ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.
Evgeni Malkin doesn't necessarily go out on the ice with a game plan. The way he's playing, he doesn't exactly need one.
Former NHL scout and GM Craig Button provides a blueprint for how to defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins.
E.J. Hradek breaks down all of the Olympic hockey action, noting that the Canadians used a familiar strategy from a junior tournament to halt Alex Ovechkin and the Russians.
The Bruins used first-period goals by Petteri Nokelainen and Vladimir Sobotka as well as a smothering defense for a 2-1 win over the Penguins.
NEW JERSEY 3, PITTSBURGH 0
Instead of gearing up for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final Sunday, the Penguins were cleaning out their lockers and wondering who will be back, and who wouldn't, Scott Burnside writes.
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby, out since early December because of concussion-like symptoms, will make his return Thursday against the Rangers in New York.
Pittsburgh Penguins center Jordan Staal will return to the lineup on Saturday when the Penguins host the Winnipeg Jets.
Firing Michel Therrien may have been the easy fix for the Penguins, but they shouldn't have let their players off the hook and treated their coach like yesterday's trash.
Pens coach Michel Therrien isn't wasting any time against the Red Wings, and appears set to juggle his forward lines in an attempt to get more going in Game 2 on Monday.