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Pittsburgh at Carolina - Game 4
Erik Cole kept the play alive down low by banking the puck off the boards behind Pittsburgh's net. Staal grabbed it and went hard to the far post, where he stuffed the puck past Marc-Andre Fleury on the wrap-around attempt.
The RBC Center fans rose to their feet as the Hurricanes' superstar gave them hope with his 10th goal of the playoffs -- Staal's previous nine goals all came in wins by the 'Canes, who entered Tuesday with a 7-0 playoff record when he scored.
Sergei Gonchar dumped the puck into the Hurricanes' zone and Ray Whitney was unable to gather as it slid past him and to Philippe Boucher at the top of the right circle. Boucher then slapped the puck past Carolina's Dennis Seidenberg and right to the stick of Fedotenko at the far post. With Cam Ward out of position, thinking it was a shot coming from Boucher, Fedotenko tipped the puck into the empty net to tie the score at 1-1.
After the Hurricanes grabbed the early momentum in this contest, Fedotenko quickly turned things around for Pittsburgh.
When Carolina defenseman Niclas Wallin was unable to keep play alive in the Penguins' zone, Maxime Talbot took advantage. Talbot picked up the puck at his own blue line and skated in on a 1-on-1 against Anton Babchuk. Talbot then wristed a shot from the top of the circle that was deflected off Babchuk's stick and past Cam Ward. Ward was prepared for the hard wrister by Talbot, but after the deflection, the puck was completely slowed down and fooled the goalie.
Talbot's goal with 1:29 remaining in the first period gave the Penguins a 2-1 lead and shocked both Ward and the Carolina fans at the RBC Center.
Guerin outmuscled Anton Babchuk along the Pittsburgh blue line and forced the puck out of the defensive zone to Crosby. Hustling down ice, Guerin joined Crosby on a 2-on-1 against Joni Pitkanen. The Pittsburgh captain then fed a remarkable pass under Pitkanen's stick to Guerin, who tipped the puck past the lunging Cam Ward to give the Pens a commanding 3-1 lead.
Guerin's seventh goal of the postseason with 7:50 left in the second period seemingly stuck a dagger in Carolina's hope for the unthinkable series comeback.
Just 3:39 into the third period, Fleury was tested with a tremendous scoring opportunity from Matt Cullen. Cullen received a pass in the Pens' territory and then danced around Miroslav Satan with a beautiful move before coming in against Fleury with pressure from behind him. Cullen went to his forehand, but Fleury stayed with him all the way and made a beautiful blocker save.
Fleury turned in arguably his best performance of the series, stopping 30 of 31 shots in leading the Penguins to a series-clinching 4-1 victory over the Hurricanes in Game 4.
FINAL SCORE: Penguins 4, Hurricanes 1