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Stanley Cup Finals - Game 7 - Pittsburgh at Detroit
Kennedy swooped in, grabbed his own rebound and feathered a pass out to a waiting Jordan Staal, who rifled a shot on Chris Osgood.
The veteran goalie was up to the task, shutting the door and jumping on the rebound for a whistle, preserving an early scoreless tie and keeping the Penguins from scoring the all-important first goal.
With 3:10 to go, Valtteri Filppula motored into the Pittsburgh zone on the left wing, taking a Marian Hossa drop pass on a 2-on-2. Eluding Evgeni Malkin as the Pittsburgh defenders split farther apart to guard Hossa and the open right wing, Filppula found himself alone in front of Fleury and attempted to pull the puck right around the goaltender. But Fleury spread his pads and used his stick to break up the play and knock down Filppula while the Pens recovered.
Around a minute later, Kirk Maltby found the puck on his stick after a right circle faceoff in the Pens' zone and fired a shot targeted for the right corner of the net that Fleury blocked with his glove.
Both saves preserved the Penguins' psyche in a winner-take-all scenario in a hostile building.
Talbot's second goal of the period shocked the Joe Louis Arena faithful, giving the Penguins an unexpected 2-0 lead in a Game 7 on the road.
After an energetic cycle in the Pittsburgh zone by the line of Valtteri Filppula, Mikael Samuelsson and Jiri Hudler that got the Penguins chasing, the puck found its way around to the left point where Nicklas Lidstrom waited. With most of the skaters veered off to Marc-Andre Fleury's left, the Detroit captain quickly went cross-ice to the right point, where Jonathan Ericsson unloaded a shot that deflected off the top of Fleury's glove and into the net. The goal spurred a furious late Detroit flurry.
FINAL SCORE: Penguins 2, Red Wings 1