Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 10/16/05 at 11:03 AM ET
The Pittsburgh Penguins' 0-2-4 start to this campaign is starting to get more than a little disconcerting. It's starting to get downright desperate at Mellon Arena. Following Saturday night's 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning at Mellon Arena, the Penguins failed, yet again, to get two points for the sixth straight game. Afterward, Penguins coach Eddie Olczyk said it was his team's best all-around game this season and that the team was close to turning the corner. At this rate, it appears the Penguins are running in circles. Though the Penguins have recorded a point in four of their first six games (three overtime losses and one loss in a shootout), that's not a very sound strategy for a team with legitimate Stanley Cup aspirations. What's going wrong? "I don't know," a cranky Mario Lemieux said. Well, it's the same old thing every night.
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