Stock Watch for Pittsburgh Penguins' Top-6 Forwards

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Stock Watch for Pittsburgh Penguins' Top-6 Forwards
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Despite a rash of injuries to key players, bad bounces and two separate three-game losing streaks, the Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves in an enviable and familiar position: first place in their division.

With the return of 40-goal scorer James Neal and Norris Trophy finalist Kris Letang, the Pens look like a team on the rise and, due to slow starts of their Metropolitan Division rivals, are poised to take a commanding lead in the standings and assure themselves of a top seed heading into the playoffs this season.

As the first quarter of the 2013-2014 NHL regular season comes to a close, let's take a look at where the Pens' top-six forwards stand and where they go from here. 

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