7:00 PM
Pens lead series 2-1
Bell Centre
Listen to the game at [WXDX]
When a series is 2-1, the fourth game is possibly the most important game.
If the Pens win tonight they lead 3-1 and they're coming back home.
Obviously that situation didn't help the Washington Capitals, but usually it's a pretty good one to be in.
If Montreal wins they tie the series and have momentum heading back to Pittsburgh.
It becomes a best-of-three at that point and anything can happen.
You know how you know it's a big game?
Jordan Staal is a game-time decision.
We avoid any sort of physical activity whenever we have a slight stomach ache or have stubbed a toe.
Jordan Staal lacerated a tendon on Friday night, had surgery and he wants to play today.
Apparently when RDS said that he was out for the season, they meant he's inhuman and not capable of feeling pain.
Bill Guerin is a game-time decision as well but according to the Globe & Mail it's his goal to return for game five.
For the Habs, Sergei Kostitsyn was kept out of practice today.
Jaroslav Spacek skated today, but will not play.
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Proposed Canadiens line combinations:
Mike Cammalleri –  Tomas Plekanec – Andrei Kostitsyn
Benoit Pouliot – Scott Gomez – Brian Gionta
Mathieu Darche – Dominic Moore – Maxim Lapierre
Tom Pyatt – Glen Metropolit – Travis Moen
Hal Gill – Josh Gorges
Marc-Andre Bergeron – Ryan O'Byrne
Roman HamrlikP.K. Subban

Jaroslav Halak

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Proposed Penguins line combinations:
Chris Kunitz – Sidney Crosby – Pascal Dupuis
Alexei PonikarovskyEvgeni Malkin – Max Talbot
Matt Cooke – Mark Letestu/Jordan Staal – Tyler Kennedy
Ruslan Fedotenko – Craig Adams – Mike Rupp

Brooks Orpik – Sergei Gonchar
Mark Eaton – Kris Letang
Jordan Leopold – Alex Goligoski

Marc-Andre Fleury

Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin and Henrik Sedin are your nominees for the Lester B. Pearson Ted Lindsay Trophy.
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Good for them.

Keep it burning.

Do it.

Go Pens.