Win secures second seed in Metropolitan for Penguins
Pittsburgh earns home ice in first round of playoffs with victory; Capitals' Holtby can tie Brodeur's single-season record
/ NHL.com Correspondent
PENGUINS (47-25-8) at CAPITALS (55-17-7)
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WASHINGTON -- Winners of seven consecutive games and 13 of 14, the Pittsburgh Penguins could clinch the No. 2 seed in the Metropolitan Division and home-ice advantage for the Eastern Conference First Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a win against the Washington Capitals on Thursday.