The Pittsburgh Penguins already got what they went to New York for in Game 3. After dropping Game 1 on home ice before winning Game 2, the Penguins needed to win either of the next two contests in the Big Apple to reestablish home-ice advantage.
They did just that and are now poised to take a commanding 3-1 series lead before heading back to Pittsburgh for Game 5. Considering how many things have gone sour for the Penguins against the New York Rangers in the second round, that's not a bad position to be in.
Sidney Crosby wasn't at his best early on in the semifinal, and Marc-Andre Fleury was so-so in the first game of the series. Things seem to be coming together for the Penguins now, though, and they are in position to put the Rangers into a corner by winning another road game.
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