Less than 24 hours after dropping an 8-4 decision in Ottawa, the Penguins bounced back with a solid effort in a 5-2 triumph against the New Jersey Devils at CONSOL Energy Center Sunday night.“They played well, we knew it was going to be a tough game,” captain Sidney Crosby
said. “We did some good things. I still think we’ve gotten better which is a good thing. We have a lot that we can still improve on. To bounce back that way after giving up big goals and not playing the way we wanted to, it was a great way to bounce back.”
Crosby, Pascal Dupuis, Chris Kunitz, Evgeni Malkin and Jordan Staal each recorded a goal and assist for Pittsburgh as the Pens won their 10th straight home game.
is having the best season of his 10-year NHL career at the tender age of 32.Dupuis scored a goal and assist against the Devils to extend his career-long points streak to 10 games, totaling eight goals and 13 points. The goal also extended his career-best single-season goal total to 23. He also recorded his 49th and 50th points of the year, marking a new season-high total (previously: 48, 2002-03 with Minnesota).
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