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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Marc-Andre Fleury
If the Penguins decide to fire Dan Bylsma, how might that affect the Capitals' search for a new coach?
St. Louis capped off an emotional Mother's Day with his father and sister in attendance, just three days after his mother died suddenly. His return to the team Friday night, without missing a game, provided a lift to his teammates as they kept their season alive.
If Martin St. Louis wasn't a fan favorite during his first two months with the New York Rangers, he certainly became one during a very emotional weekend.
Derick Brassard scored twice, including New York's first power-play goal in 10 games, and the Rangers avoided elimination with a 5-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Friday night.
New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault finally took a shot at his club's taxing postseason schedule, but still won't say his players are tired.
Before this Eastern Conference semifinal series, the one spot where the New York Rangers seemingly had a clear advantage over the Pittsburgh Penguins was in goal with Henrik Lundqvist.
Sidney Crosby flicked the puck away from a New York Ranger, darted around another and veered in on Henrik Lundqvist.
Sidney Crosby scored his first goal. Marc-Andre Fleury posted his second straight shutout.
With their captain under fire and their season on the brink of collapse, the Pittsburgh Penguins responded with a crackling show of force.
The best line on hockey's busiest team hardly looked gassed.
"I really hope I stay," Fleury said. "It's my team here. It's where I want to play."
"It's been so intense the last couple days. Now it's really important to reload physically and mentally," he said.