NHL Playoffs 2013: Game 2 between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Ottawa Senators is just a few short hours away, and the Pens will look to take a commanding 2-0 lead in their 2013NHL playoff series.
Game 1 against the Senators went according to plan for Pittsburgh, who received another strong outing from goaltender Tomas Vokoun. After starting the playoffs as the backup for Marc Andre-Fleury, Vokoun took over the starting job in Game 4 against the New York Islanders and has only given up four goals in three games since.
Ottawa goalie Craig Anderson will look to rebound from a mediocre outing in Game 1 that saw him give up four goals on 30 shots. Two of those goals came on Pittsburgh power plays, and the Senators will have to stay out of the box to even things up tonight.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to continue their home run against the Ottawa Senators at CONSOL Energy Center on Friday nigh when they take on the Senators in front of their home fans.
With Vokoun in net, the Penguins appear to be poised to storm through this round of the postseason and find their way in the Eastern Conference Finals.
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