Through the first three games of the best-of-7 series, the Penguins' power play has looked every bit like the dynamic unit that finished second in the NHL during the regular season. Pittsburgh's man advantage unit has produced six goals in 13 tries, including three in five attempts in 5-4 overtime victory at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday. Two came in a 19-second span of the first period and got the Penguins even after the Islanders grabbed a quick 2-0 lead; the third one, off the stick of Chris Kunitz, won the game in overtime.
The Islanders will have to cool off the Penguins' power play if they hope to even the series by winning Game 4 on Tuesday (7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TDS, RDS).