3 Adjustments Pittsburgh Penguins Must Make to Continue Stanley Cup Playoff Run

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3 Adjustments Pittsburgh Penguins Must Make to Continue Stanley Cup Playoff Run
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Seeking to end their four-year run of postseason disappointments, the Pittsburgh Penguins entered the 2013 NHL Playoffs as the popular choice among many hockey experts to once again hoist the Stanley Cup.

Having survived a hard-fought first-round series against the New York Islanders, the Penguins emerged as a different team than the one that started the playoffs.  By replacing Marc-Andre Fleury with Tomas Vokoun in net and inserting Tyler Kennedy and Joe Vitale in place of Tanner Glass and Jussi Jokinen, Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma has shown that he is willing to make the necessary adjustments.

The question remains whether the Penguin players themselves are willing to make the necessary adjustments as well.

As the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs begins, here are three adjustments that the Penguins must make if they are to continue their march to the Stanley Cup.

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