Penguins beat Rangers in game 4 with another seven-goal performance
The Pittsburgh Penguins are leading 3-1 in their first series against the New York Rangers after a 7-2 win in game four on Monday.
The decisive victory came two days after the Penguins beat Rangers 7-3 in Game 3. It was the first time in franchise history that Pittsburgh scored at least seven goals in head-to-head playoffs. .
For the second game in a row, Rangers pulled Igor Shesterkin, love to run away to win the Vezina Trophy awarded to the NHL’s top scorer. In two periods, Shesterkin conceded six goals and made 24 saves.
Penguins once again had to rely on third-place Louis Domingue in goal and he did not disappoint with 22 saves and conceded two goals.
Sidney Crosby starred early in the game, scoring the first goal for the Penguins and assisting in the second and third.