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    Penguins have work to do vs. Boston in Game 2 of Eastern finals

    Maybe Penguins coach Dan Bylsma was working on his curveball for a stint with the Pirates in case he needs something to do during the summer. Asked if he was considering yanking goalie Tomas Vokoun, the dutiful backup who had given Pittsburgh much-needed relief until his shaky outing in the Pens’ Eastern finals-opening 3-0 loss to Boston, and replacing him with embattled starter Marc-Andre Fleury for Game 2 on Monday night, Bylsma essentially said no.
    “We lost Game 1. But Tomas played real well in the game, was strong in the game, made big saves. So the wins and losses isn’t necessarily an indicator of what we’re going to do with the goaltending situation,” the coach said before a game the Penguins suddenly feel they must win..........

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    Re: Penguins have work to do vs. Boston in Game 2 of Eastern finals

    Guess the Pens didn't read this article. Work? "The Cup is ours". Well, a fool and his money are soon parted.

    Pens, if you haven't woken up, there is no hope.

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