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Penguins Game Report Vs. Bridgeport

December 20, 2018

Bridgeport 2 0 1 0 — 3 Penguins 0 1 2 1 — 4 First period: Scoring - 1, Bri, Dal Colle (C. Bourque, Koivula), 1:10; 2, Bri, St. Denis (Kubiak, Helgeson), 5:27. Penalties - WBS, Prow, tripping 5:43; WBS, Abt, slashing 7:42. Second period: Scoring - 3, WBS, Prow (Lafferty, Dea), 8:53 (PP). Penalties - Bri, Koivula, boarding 7:42; Bri, Dal Colle, high-sticking 9:57. Third period: Scoring - 4, Bri, Vande Sompel (Koivula), 8:30; 5, WBS, Olund (Taylor, Burton), 14:43; 6, WBS, Prow (Lafferty, Dea), 17:59 (PP). Penalties - Bri, Wotherspoon, holding the stick 0:26; WBS, Angello, high-sticking 4:16; Bri, Vande Sompel, cross-checking 17:15. Overtime: Scoring - 7, WBS, Czuczman (Lafferty, Jarry), 2:24. Penalties - Bri, Koivula, holding 1:23; WBS, Blueger, interference 1:52. Shots on goal: Bri 10 7 5 1 - 23; WBS 5 11 12 4 - 32. Goaltenders: Bri, Gibson (28 saves on 32 shots); WBS, Jarry (20 saves on 23 shots). Power-play opportunities: Bri 0 for 3; WBS 2 for 5. Referees: Furman South and Peter MacDougall. Linesmen: J.P. Waleski and Ryan Knapp. Attendance: 3,745. Three stars 1. Penguins D Ethan Prow, two goals 2. Penguins D Kevin Czuczman, game-winning goal 3. Penguins F Linus Olund, goal By the numbers 8 — games that have gone beyond regulation this season for the Penguins. Wednesday marked the fifth time it happened since Nov. 17. Penguins lineup Forwards: Linus Olund-Teddy Blueger-Anthony Angello Joseph Cramarossa-J.S. Dea-Ryan Haggerty Adam Johnson-Sam Lafferty-Ben Sexton Troy Josephs-Jarrett Burton-Jimmy Hayes Defensemen: Kevin Czuczman-Tim Erixon Matt Abt-Ethan Prow Will O’Neill-Jeff Taylor Goaltenders: Tristan Jarry-Anthony Peters Pens notes • Captain Garrett Wilson cleared waivers on Wednesday afternoon, but was not reassigned by Pittsburgh. However, he can now be sent down during the NHL’s upcoming roster freeze as a result. • Jean-Sebastien Dea’s start was his third with the team this season. He was reassigned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Tuesday. Up next The Penguins finish up their pre-Christmas schedule with a pair of road games, the first of which is 7 p.m. Friday at Hershey’s Giant Center. — TYLER PICCOTTI

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