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Penguins coach muses about Andy Saucier's game-changing call to challenge for offside @NHLdotcom

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Cup Final, Gm1: Penguins coach Mike Sullivan muses about video coordinator Andy Saucier's game-changing call to challenge P.K. Subban's goal

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Somebody alert Primanti Bros., there's a new sports legend in town and it's Pittsburgh Penguins video coach Andy Saucier.

Saucier gave Penguins coach Mike Sullivan the heads up to challenge P.K. Subban's first-period goal in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. The Penguins won the challenge when video review determined Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg was offside.

Video: Situation Room: Subban's goal overturned after review

Instead of the Penguins being down 1-0 early, the game remained 0-0 until Pittsburgh scored the next three goals to take a 3-0 lead, and held off a late Predators comeback to win 5-3. 

Sullivan thinks the play impacted the game in such a big way that Saucier should be immortalized by the famous Pittsburgh sandwich shop.

Tweet from @penguins: Coach Sullivan on the value of video coach Andy Saucier: "Maybe they will have a sandwich or a 'sauce' made for him." cc: @primantibros

"He's unbelievable at seeing that stuff and communicating with the coaches. That was huge. As you saw it could be a different result if we don't win it," Penguins defenseman Justin Schultz said.

Tweet from @penguins: NO GOAL! The play was offside. Credit to video coach Andy Saucier (Sauce) who saw that one on the tape. #AwesomeSauce

Sidney Crosby, Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins celebrated "HBK Line" of Phil Kessel, Nick Bonino and Carl Hagelin from their run to the Stanley Cup last season, all have a Primanti Bros. sandwich named after them.

But what to do for Saucier?

Come to think of it, the sauce thing does kind of work.

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