By Finesse (follow me on Twitter)
We lamented the Pens' bad Game 3 loss, then quickly regained our perspective and realized things weren't that bad. More evidence that things aren't that bad: The Pens could be playing the Red Wings.
Good read from Dejan Kovacevic about the Pens' misuse of Jarome Iginla, especially on the power-play. As we wrote yesterday, there's simply no point in having him stand on the goal line feeding Letang and Malkin for one-timers. Beyond his points, Iginla had a dramatic effect on the Islanders series -- you'll recall he almost killed Evgeni Nabokov in the first period in Game 1. And then the Pens went on to score at will against Nabokov for the next 6 games. Coincidence?
There's an argument that was the simplest yet best play the Pens have run all postseason.