Just the Facts:
Game Time: 8:00 PM, Consol Energy Center. TV Broadcast: NBC Sports Network. Radio Broadcast: 98.5 The Sports Hub
Rival SB Nation Site: PensBurgh
Records: Bruins 7-3-0 vs. Penguins 8-4-0
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Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby - Pascal Dupuis
Jussi Jokinen - Evgeni Malkin - Matt D'Agostini
Tanner Glass - Joe Vitale - Craig Adams
Dustin Jeffrey - Brandon Sutter - Jayson Megna
Paul Martin - Brooks Orpik
Matt Niskanen - Kris Letang
Olli Maatta - Robert Bortuzzo
Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Jarome Iginla
Reilly Smith - Patrice Bergeron - Brad Marchand
Jordan Caron - Chris Kelly - Carl Soderberg
Daniel Paille - Gregory Campbell - Shawn Thornton
Zdeno Chara - Johnny Boychuk
Dennis Seidenberg - Dougie Hamilton
Adam McQuaid - Torey Krug
First things first: Matt D'Agostini is now a Penguin. Matt D'Agostini used to be on the Blues. I once saw him at a Cardinals game. The Cardinals are now playing the Red Sox. INCEPTION.
The Penguins tonight are without Chuck Kobasew, Beau Bennett, James Neal, and Rob Scuderi. Scuderi and Kobasew were injured in the Penguins' most recent game, Scuderi with a broken ankle.
By all accounts, tonight should be a huge draw of a game. It's Eastern Conference Finals revenge for Pittsburgh, another change for the Bruins to beat the Penguins down after their laughable final hurdle to the Stanley Cup Finals last year. Instead, they're playing second fiddle to the Red Sox, who are in a game six against the St. Louis Cardinals tonight, don't you know.
The Bruins are icing the same lineup as they did against New Jersey, and Tuukka Rask will face off against Marc-Andre Fleury. This is going to be a fun game - It's Iginla's return to Pittsburgh, it's the Bruins' chance to break a six-game regular season losing streak against the Penguins, and a chance to leapfrog the Penguins into a higher berth in the Conference.
this is the best.