Daily Roundup: May 23, 2013

  • Penguins rout Senators 7-3, take 3-1 series lead
    OTTAWA (AP) — Sidney Crosby was careful not to get too far ahead of himself after helping the Pittsburgh Penguins rout the Ottawa Senators for a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
  • NHL Three Stars: Neal, Iginla lead Penguins in Game 4 rout
    No. 1 Star: James Neal, Pittsburgh Penguins As part of their 7-3 win over the Ottawa Senators in Game 4, Neal scored twice, including a power play tally, and assisted on an another as the Penguins took a 3-1 series … Continue reading ?
  • Pittsburgh Penguins take Game 4 with 7-3 romp over Ottawa Senators
    OTTAWA – It's textbook media training for hockey players: don't utter a word about the next round of the playoffs until you have all four games of your current series in the bag.
  • NHL-Penguins thrash Senators, on brink of East final
    May 22 (Reuters) – The Pittsburgh Penguins came from a goal down to thrash the Ottawa Senators 7-3 on Wednesday and move to the brink of the Eastern Conference finals. James Neal and Jarome Iginla each scored twice, and Kris Letang had four assists, as the Penguins took a 3-1 lead in their best-of-seven semi-final series. The Penguins, who finished the regular season as the East's top seed, will …
    Pittsburgh Penguins' Jarome Iginla (12) is congratulated by teammates Evgeni Malkin (71) and James Neal after scoring against the Ottawa Senators during second-period NHL hockey playoff game action in Ottawa, Ontario, Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
  • Penguins Win 7-3 to Leave Senators on Brink of NHL Elimination
    The Pittsburgh Penguins twice rallied from one-goal deficits before scoring five unanswered goals to beat the Ottawa Senators 7-3.
  • Penguins 7, Senators 3
    OTTAWA — The Pittsburgh Penguins flipped a switch and dimmed the lights on the Ottawa Senators.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins vs Ottawa Senators Live Stream Free: Watch Online Stanley Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference …
    Pittsburgh Penguins vs Ottawa Senators takes place in Game 4 of their Stanley Cup Playoffs Conference semifinals on Wednesday night, with the Senators looking to build on their Game 3 win and draw things all square again tonight.

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