• Penguins goaltender passes a major test in comeback win

    Summary of 27 articles · Updated Apr 27, 2014
    One of the reasons Tom Barrasso is the best goaltender in Penguins history was his ability to handle the puck. What’s the best way to take the focus off your goaltender? Play most of the game 180 feet away from him. So Saturday night Uptown, a night when the Penguins would fire no less than 51 shots at Columbus' brilliant Sergei Bobrovsky, Jokinen swooped in on a Brandon Sutter rebound and backhanded it into the Columbus net to put the Penguins up, 2-1 six minutes into the third period of Game 5. In tryin...
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      Source: ESPN.com
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      Source: ESPN.com
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    Thunderous chants of "Fleury, Fleury, Fleury" rained down as a spotlight shone onto Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury in the pregame player introductions Saturday night at Consol Energy Center.
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    What’s the best way to take the focus off your goaltender? Play most of the game 180 feet away from him. With Marc-Andre Fleury feeling the heat after making two crucial mistakes to cough up Game 4, the Penguins responded in Game 5 by carrying the play …
    • SI Now: Can the Pens win despite Fleury?

      On Friday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Brian Cazeneuve discusses if Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is in another playoff funk and how the Penguins can win despite his struggles.
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      Source: yahoo.com
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      Marc-Andre Fleury is no different than any other veteran NHL goaltender insofar as he realizes all the regular-season success in the world doesn’t matter if he falters in the playoffs. So he also has to know that, after an utterly disastrous end to Game…
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    Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said goalie Marc-Andre Fleury erred when he tried to play a puck behind his net in the final minute of regulation in Game 4 against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

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