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Stanley Cup Finals - Game 6 - Detroit at Pittsburgh
With Matt Cooke coming into the Detroit zone on Staal's left flank, the two moved up against Jonathan Ericsson, who was by himself on defense. After freezing Ericsson, Staal fired a shot on goal. Chris Osgood made the stop, but Staal got his own rebound and put it in the net, giving the Penguins the game's first goal.
Zetterberg crossed up the Pens' defensive pairing of Rob Scuderi and Hal Gill before taking a wrister from the right faceoff circle. The shot beat Marc-Andre Fleury, but it didn't beat the iron. The rubber clanged loudly off the left post and back out between the legs of Fleury who quickly covered the puck, drawing a whistle and preserving the Pittsburgh lead.
Kennedy held off pressure from Mikael Samuelsson and Darren Helm before putting the puck in the top shelf from a tough angle. The score would prove invaluable moments later, as a goal by Detroit's Kris Draper pulled the Wings within one, leaving Kennedy's tally as a much-needed cushion for the Pens.
Cleary got past Orpik, who was turned around while attempting to get back on defense, and found himself on a breakaway against Marc-Andre Fleury with a chance to tie the game. Cleary started on his forehand before deking and moving the puck to his backhand and letting a shot go. In a game where Fleury made a number of big saves, the netminder stretched out his left leg and his glove to make his biggest of the night, stoning Cleary and keeping Pittsburgh's razor-thin lead intact.
BONUS BIG MOMENT 1: Fleury stones Zetterberg
BONUS BIG MOMENT 2: Fleury does it again
The Pens' defense would scramble to pick up their goalie, however, as Franzen would take three separate stabs at the puck in a desperate bid to tie the game. Rob Scuderi kept the puck out of the net in Fleury's stead, stopping the rubber at one point with his left skate, keeping the Penguins in front. Scuderi's netminder impression would thwart Detroit's last chance of the night, as Pittsburgh knotted up the series to force a winner-take-all Game 7 Friday at the Joe.
FINAL SCORE: Penguins 2, Red Wings 1