TORONTO, CANADA - FEBRUARY 1: Evgeny Malkin #71 of the Pittsburgh Penguins skates away from a checking Mikhail Grabovski #84 of the Toronto Maple Leafs in a game on February 1,2012 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada. The Leafs defeated the Penguins 1-0. (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)
The red-hot Pittsburgh Penguins (29-18-4, 62 pts) head to Boston Saturday afternoon, looking to take out the defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins (32-15-2, 66 pts).
The redhot Pittsburgh Penguins (29-18-4, 62 points) head to Boston Saturday afternoon, looking to take out the defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins (32-15-2, 66 points).
The Penguins are 8-2-0 in their last ten games, and had an eight-game winning streak stopped Wednesday night in a 1-0 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs. During that eight game run, Evgeni Malkin tallied 10 goals and four assists. Malkin was named the NHL's Second Star for the month of January after scoring 12 goals in as many games.
The Bruins are coming off a 3-0 loss Thursday to the Carolina Panthers. Boston has been treading water of late, alternating wins and losses over their past 10 games.
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