There are several reasons the Penguins are atop the Atlantic Division and second in the Eastern Conference through 10 games, including defenseman Paul Martin’s return to prominence. But Vokoun and Fleury have played a big part.
“I think our goaltending’s probably been the one thing this year that’s been more like normal,” Bylsma said. “We’ve had some good goaltending from both our starter, Marc-Andre, and Tomas has gone in and played some big games as well. I think that’s been key for us in getting our game right and getting some wins.”
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