Didn't I see this before?Pens win 4-2
June 5, 2009 3:06am CST
Am I right? Didn't the Pens win the last game 4-2? I had a feeling this wasn't going to go well for my wings. I must confess, I didn't watch the game. I left when the Pens scored first.I just had a feeling it would be better if I didn't watch. So now it is tied and Saturday night's game is key.If I get the courage , maybe I'll stay.Go Wings!
6 Jun 09
The big turning point was definitely Staal's shorthanded goal. It's funny too because it was a tight one on one race that normally doesn't materialize into anything but then when we saw it was Staal, the shorthanded specialist, me and my buddies were all at the edge of our seats waiting for this one to go in. After that the Wings just looked like they were in slow motion. This was highlighted on the Penguins fourth goal by Kennedy. Absolutely beautiful passing plays. One of the best goals I've seen in a while (Aside from the Ovechkin show anyway). But as amazing as it was, to only have one guy back, and then get him turned around. The Wings were slow and out of sync. Or at least the Pens made them look that way. This goes back to what I mentioned in the other thread though. Penguins play physical and take the game to you at home. But on the road that style of game seems to be nonexistant. They need to change that. They have the momentum, and regardless of how tomorrow's game turns out I can't see them losing at home in game six. If they want to win the Cup they have to beat the Wings at home. Which means their home game, needs to become their road game. It should be a really interesting game five that's for sure.