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Sidney Crosby scores pair, adds two assists as Penguins shade Flyers 5-4 @NHL

PHILADELPHIA - Sidney Crosby had two goals and two assists to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to their first road win in nearly six weeks, 5-4 over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday.

The Penguins squandered a two-goal lead in the third period for the second straight game but were once again able to come back and win.

Crosby got a gift goal with 2:45 left when Flyers goalie Martin Biron failed to secure the puck when he drifted out toward the hash marks to make a stop.

Crosby was there when the puck came loose and he poked it into the empty net for his 23rd goal and 23rd career two-goal game.

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