Easy summary for this one - the Pens were dominated. They were outshot 32-8 in the first two periods, and didn't score their goal until 30 seconds were left in the game.
Just as a quick aside, if I score with 30 seconds left and I'm now down by two, I might think about pulling the goalie for the faceoff to see if I can win it and get the puck into the offensive zone. You never know what can happen, and hey, it can't make anything worse.
Anyway, the only reason the Pens were even remotely in the game was Marc-Andre Fleury. I'm not sure how he wasn't the third star (especially since Osgood only made 16 saves), but he was incredible. Slowly but surely, the Pens are learning to stay in games, and most of the credit goes to the goaltender.
This obviously doesn't bode well for when the Pens go against the better teams in the East. They haven't played Ottawa yet (just as a quick aside - Ottawa destroyed the Avalanche last night, 6-2), and I'm not looking forward to seeing that one right now.
Tonight in St Louis to face the Blues. Preview up in a few hours.