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Malkin fuels rally, Penguins top Lightning 4-3

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PITTSBURGH (AP) — The puck ended up on Evgeni Malkin's stick, and Tampa Bay Lightning coach Guy Boucher could feel a sense of dread. It didn't matter that the Pittsburgh Penguins center hadn't played in more than a week due to a concussion. Give the reigning NHL MVP a sheet of open ice in a tight game and things typically aren't going to end well. "We gave it to him," Boucher said. "That's...

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