The Pittsburgh Penguins are certainly one of the more entertaining teams in all of hockey to watch right now. They picked up a 7-6 overtime victory over Montreal on Saturday to wrap up a three-game road trip and cling to the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. The problem? They allowed 16 goals over that trio of games. And, for the year, they're giving up 2.91 goals per game -- No. 20 in the NHL.
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