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Drive to the Net: Second line reunites ‘dangerous guys’


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Brian Elliott fishes Phil Kessel's goal out of his net. - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

PHILADELPHIA -- With a towel draped over his large shoulders, Evgeni Malkin held court with reporters in one corner of the cramped visitor's locker room at the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday night.

In his halting English, Malkin -- like only he can -- was rattling off all the wonderful things his Penguins accomplished in dismantling the Flyers, 5-0, in Game 4 to take a chokehold in their first-round playoff series.

"All 60 minutes, we played a great game," Malkin was saying.

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"I can't say any bad words tonight," he added. "Power play worked, penalty kill worked, 5-on-5 we played hard against physical team. It's an amazing team win."

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