3 Pittsburgh Penguins Players Not Pulling Their Weight in 2nd Round of Playoffs

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3 Pittsburgh Penguins Players Not Pulling Their Weight in 2nd Round of Playoffs
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Marc-Andre Fleury's performance isn't cutting it.

The Pittsburgh Penguins are on quite a warpath in the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs. The only thing that can slow them down now is players not pulling their weight.

They ousted the New York Islanders in six games in the first round of the playoffs, and currently hold a 2-1 series lead on the Ottawa Senators.

The Penguins haven’t marched through the playoffs uncontested. John Tavares and company gave them a run for their money. More recently, Craig Anderson, Erik Karlsson and the Senators’ defense proved to be a problem for the Penguins in Game 3.

As the Penguins look to take down the Senators and move past the second round, here are three Penguins who aren’t quite carrying their weight thus far.

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