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Topic - Chris Kunitz
As soon as the San Jose Sharks started taking the body, they took over the game.
The Pittsburgh Penguins needed a boost to snap a three-game skid. They got it from Tanner Glass, who blocked shot after shot after shot by Nashville Predators captain Shea Weber.
Sidney Crosby's second Olympic experience was last dramatic and just as rewarding.
Jonathan Toews scored in the first period, captain Sidney Crosby scored his first goal of the tournament and Canada defended its Olympic men's hockey title Sunday with a 3-0 victory over Sweden in the gold-medal game.
The Olympic flame was snuffed out. No chance of that for the Canadian hockey team, champions again.
Sidney Crosby skated in alone on Henrik Lundqvist, faking Sweden's goalie to the ice with a textbook-quality deke and sliding a perfect backhand into the net.
When Sidney Crosby went through the entire preliminary round of the Olympic men's hockey tournament without scoring a goal, it set off waves of concern back home.
Canada's quest is to win Olympic gold in hockey again.
Jussi Jokinen had a goal and two assists in the first period, Evgeni Malkin scored in the opening minute, and the Pittsburgh Penguins chased Jonathan Quick in a 4-1 victory over the struggling Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.
Jonathan Quick's Olympic goaltending audition for U.S. national team coach Dan Bylsma ended after three Pittsburgh goals in one rocky period.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are still determined to finish as the NHL's best team - despite a recent slump.
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 24 shots for his fourth shutout and Chris Kunitz and Deryk Engelland scored second-period goals, helping the Pittsburgh Penguins defeat the Buffalo Sabres 3-0 Monday night.
The New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins invariably play entertaining games at Nassau Coliseum. Just as predictable is the visiting team emerging with a victory.
Two goals for the Pittsburgh Penguins proved to be plenty of offense to beat the Calgary Flames.
"We still need to get better as a team and grow," Kunitz said. "We have 30-some games before the playoffs to make sure we're running on all cylinders, and make sure we're the best team going into the playoffs."