Mark Madden: The Penguin has finally managed to win what is happening in Game 3

Danton Heinen scored to give the Penguins a 5-4 lead with 8:58 left in the third period vs. of the New York Rangers in Game 3 in their game on Saturday, an amazing thing happened:

Hockey games started.

The Penguins played down the Rangers’ goal line as much as possible, Sidney Crosby had an unforgettable change in the matter.

The penguins closed down the neutral section while the Ranger found a puck and approached. At least one sat at the top.

It looked like a trap. I’m not sure, because it’s confusing to see their uniforms doing that.

The Penguins managed to do well with the situation. He was determined to win. They got away with their arrogant, self-centered attitude.

Hallelujah. Rinse and repeat.

It was a welcome change from what happened in the first half of the second half, as the Penguins saw the 4-1 lead they made during the first break rise sharply. Rangers finished the draw with 4:01 left in the second half.

In the first half of the second half, the Penguins did not defend themselves much or shoot at the New York net. You might think it could be one or the other, or a combination, but it is not. It was the worst penguin game of all time.

What makes the missing shot so amazing is that the Rangers had just scored their second goal, Alexander Georgiev. For Georgiev, waiting was a very difficult part.

Well, that’s Heinen’s game-winning goal. Georgiev should have stopped.

The series was not a celebration of goals. Coach Mike Sullivan and the Penguins players appreciate Louis Dominque’s performance because he deserves to do so.

But Domingue has conceded nine goals in his two games. He has stopped shooting 67 of 76 in those games, saving a bit of .882 percent.

But Domingue is good news, good words and, most importantly, the last person standing.

Here’s to bet Monday Monday 4th picks the winner.

If the Penguins win, they bleed.

If Rangers win and if Vezina Trophy winner Igor Shesterkin does not drop the brown on blue, they will win the series.

But, wow, it was rotten Shesterkin Saturday. Four goals conceded in 15 shots before hitting. Two goals were bad, one was not.

Several Penguin ideas:

• Exclude Kris Letang and Mike Matheson. Everyone tries very hard. Each enters the path of the other. Penguins thrive when one or the other is on ice. Not together. Letang and Matheson split for a long time on the third Saturday and a positive drop was evident. (Brian Dumoulin’s return from injury ends this.)

• Use the second most powerful game. The group hit twice on Saturday. They keep it simple. The first half was dangerous, coughing up a short goal. Use. Forget your loyalty. When the second power play cools, it provides a summary of the active components.

• Evangel Malkin is silent. Six debris exploded Saturday. The Crosby Line had a good third season. Malkin has to do his part.

• Kala Brian Boyle. Wear Drew O’Connor. Boyle is too late to play with the Rangers. Catching the ice during a break for the mysterious, including one of Ranger’s goals for Saturday.

• Domingue should play well. You can’t teach it, or force it, or compromise it. But it has to happen. Shesterkin will be fine. Domingue should also. Win 7-4 is a must. (But Domingue is an old Pittsburgh photo. Any reserve is an adult in town.)

• Above all, the Penguin needs to focus on goals as he did the following Saturday. That’s what won the game.

The way the list goes is just a reflection of everyone. It’s crazy.

Evan Rodrigues not only scored twice on Saturday, he was about to put the puck in his net from 200 feet with Domingue pulling during a late penalty.

Crosby had a mid-leg insane treatment for Jeff Carter’s empty goal.

Kris Letang had one of the most intriguing, the longest running events in franchise history. This made the Rangers less likely.

Jason Zucker played, delivered seven of the most successful songs, often performed well, and was not injured.

When the departure is amazing, the surprise turns to pro.

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