They left PPG Paints Arena Saturday ruing, losing ground in the playoff race against one of the teams they're are chasing. "I think we try to continue to get better".
A case could be made that their production has increased as the team's play has improved - a rising-tide-lifts-all-boats sort of argument - but it won't be coming from coach Mike Sullivan. "And we came out and tried to do too much". The Penguins had a similar break after a 6-5 overtime victory over Boston.
The Wings were on their sixth power play before the game's midpoint, when it was 3-1. Anthony Mantha leads Detroit with 14 goals, Dylan Larkin has 28 assists and Henrik Zetterberg has 92 shots on goal.
Geno has really turned up the heat since Christmas. "Instead of putting the puck towards the goalie, shooting the puck when we have a chance to score, we tried to make another play". Coach Jeff Blashill did not have more information after the game other than to say both are out for Sunday's game at Chicago.
"There's a lot of things we've liked about our game, but it's always going to start with those guys", Sullivan said. We had tons of opportunities to shoot the puck and we didn't.
That is also why those names get paid the big dollars because they are capable of stretches like this where at any one time either one of them can get hot and put the team on their back and carry it. Second of all, you don't create any chaos. That's the type of team we need to be.
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The Penguins outshot Detroit 36-30.
That proved to be the only goal of the period, even though the Penguins outshot the Wings 16-9.
Abdelkader did not return after the second period. Gene J. Puskar, AP Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry blocks a shot with Detroit Red Wings' Justin Abdelkader screening him during the first period in Pittsburgh, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018.
Malkin led the Penguins on Saturday with two goals and two power-play assists in a 4-1 win over the Red Wings.
With his two goals and two assists on Saturday, Malkin now has eight total points (five goals, three assists) during the streak, while Crosby with a goal and an assist against the Red Wings has nine points (two goals, seven assists).
The Red Wings still aren't having much success on the road, and they're on the end of a back to back here, having to play an extremely early game on the road.