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Of the following, who will lead the Penguins in scoring in the 2014 playoffs?
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Last Five Games
Record: 2-3-0
 5-5  NYR  2-0  W
 5-7  NYR  4-2  W
 5-9  NYR  1-5  L
 5-11  NYR  1-3  L
 5-13  NYR  1-2  L
 
Pens lose to Canucks 3-2 in Lemieux's return (4-Feb-2003)
Mario Lemieux returned to action but the Penguins fell 3-2 to Vancouver. Pittsburgh fell behind 3-0 early in the second and were unable to complete a comeback to tie the game up. Alexei Kovalev scored both Penguin goals. Sebastien Caron made 36 saves on 39 shots.

Scoring
1st 2nd 3rd - T
 Canucks 2 1 0 - 3
 Penguins 0 1 1 - 2
Shots on goal
1st 2nd 3rd - T
 Canucks 14 11 14 - 39
 Penguins 12 14 6 - 32
Power Plays
1st 2nd 3rd - T
 Canucks 1-2 0-1 0-1 - 1-4
 Penguins 0-3 0-1 0-1 - 0-5
  • Goaltender: Sebastien Caron.
  • Captain: Mario Lemieux.
  • Alternate captains: Alexei Kovalev, Martin Straka.
  • 1st Period Scoring: Vancouver, Henrik Sedin 4 (power play) (Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi), 7:48; Vancouver, Matt Cooke 9 (Unassisted), 9:33.
  • 1st Period Penalties: M Cooke, Van (cross checking), 4:22; V Nieminen, Pit (holding), 6:56; J Ruutu, Van (holding stick), 11:12; A Kovalev, Pit (high sticking), 15:12; Bench, Van (too many men served by D Sedin), 19:56.
  • Shots after one period were 14-12 in favor of Vancouver.
  • 2nd Period Scoring: Vancouver, Mats Lindgren 3 (shorthanded) (Unassisted), 1:38; Pittsburgh, Alexei Kovalev 24 (Martin Straka, Mario Lemieux), 5:57.
  • 2nd Period Penalties: J Ruutu, Van (roughing), 8:49; S Donovan, Pit (slashing), 8:49; Bench, Van (too many men served by D Sedin), 15:36; Bench, Pit (too many men served by M Kraft), 18:40.
  • Shots after two were 26-25 in favor of Pittsburgh.
  • 3rd Period Scoring: Pittsburgh, Alexei Kovalev 25 (Martin Straka), 9:23.
  • 3rd Period Penalties: K Manderville, Pit (hooking), 3:14; B Sopel, Van (interference), 4:18; I Moran, Pit (roughing), 11:34; J Ruutu, Van (roughing), 11:34.
  • Three Stars of the Game:
    1. Dan Cloutier, Van (30 saves, .938 save pct)
    2. Alexei Kovalev (2g)
    3. Mats Lindgren, Van (1g)
  • Goalies: Vancouver, Dan Cloutier (32 shots, 30 saves; record: 25-13-5).
    Pittsburgh, Sebastien Caron (39 shots, 36 saves; record: 3-5-1).
  • Attendance: 13,202 at Mellon Arena.
  • Scratches: Josef Melichar (shoulder), Aleksey Morozov (wrist), Janne Laukkanen (hip), Johan Hedberg (shoulder), Steve McKenna (flu) and Andrew Ference.
  • CBS Sportsline game stats: http://www.sportsline.com/nhl/gamecenter/live/NHL_20030204_VAN@PIT


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