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Pittsburgh Penguins Update

If you are a Pittsburgh Penguins fan, you have to be loving this stretch of historic hockey, last night’s come from behind win over the lowly Coyotes marked the Pens 17th win in their
last 19 games. Truly astonishing.

Here’s how it all went down. The game was tied heading into the third period to two, when the Coyotes broke through first to take a 32 lead in the third and then the pens well.

They snapped back with Brock McGinn on an insane backhand short side are tied things up at three.

Then the snowball was rolling. Brian Ross, Sidney Crosby tonight that would give fans a 4-3 lead they’d never relinquished.

Kris Letang got his second of the evening, made it 53. Brian Boyle also scored a ridiculous goal in this one through the legs to make it 6-3 head coach Mike Sullivan on his off day media
availability.

Talking about the depth that this team boasts and it is no small feat and no small reason behind the win the victory for Triston.

“You don’t just win with twelve forwards and six defensemen and two goalies. And that’s that’s a complete team effort.
It’s not just it’s not just the coaching staff and the players on the team, it’s it’s our scouting staff and our management team that go out and draft players.
It’s our development department and our minor league coaching staff in Wilkes-Barre that that improve their their all of our players respective games.”

The Pens also came to terms with forward Jeff Carter on a two year contract extension announced today by GM Ron Hextall. The deal brings or the deal begins in 2020 2023 and runs through
2024 carries an average annual value of 3412 5 million.

Carter is the two time cup champ with L.A. in 2012 and 14 spent parts of the last two years with the pens after being acquired from the Kings on April twelve, 2021.
50 regular season games. He’s got 21 to go, 16 assists.

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