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Success in Newark — Pens WIN 3-1
April 30, 2021Posted by on
Penguins go undefeated in Newark this season winning in all three trips after a 3-1 win Friday night.
You were wondering if there was going to be a let down after beating two of the better teams in Hershey and Lehigh Valley earlier in the week against a Binghamton team who dressed just four natural defensemen and have lost six straight coming in.
There’s a methodical approach to this win streak. I think it’s simply just one shift at a time. But for an offensive output Sunday with the Bears, its been a structured approach for this three game win streak for the Penguins.
Here’s how they lined up:
First Period: Jordy Bellerive scored his ninth of the season followed up by Jon Gruden capitalizing on a gaffe by the goaltender that made it 2-0.
GIF by the Pens says Miletic but the goal was awarded to Gruden.
Second Period: No scoring. Pens had the only power play of the period but didn’t capitalize.
Third Period: Binghamton got one back on a redirect that made it interesting and the score was cut to one. Colton White on a redirect.
No GIF here.
Penguins scored their first empty net goal off the season when Drew O’Connor picked off a clearing attempt that made it 3-1 with three seconds to play.
Three Stars: 3) Alex D’Ohio (23 saves) 2) Colton White (goal) 1) Jon Gruden
The Good: Three game win streak is good. They are getting a solid performance from Alex D’Orio in goal and playing out that way from defense all the way up to forward.
The Bad: Again, nitpicking a one goal by the opponent performance by Wilkes-Barre is a futile effort.
Turning Point: Seemed like the win was never in doubt, after going up 2-0 in the first and leaving it that way at the end of the second. Bingo got one back, but nothing more.
5 o’clock start Saturday at home against Hershey.
Let’s Go Pens!
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