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Final: Penguins 4, Canadiens 1


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Jason Zucker celebrates his first goal for the Penguins Friday night at PPG Paints Arena. - GETTY

Looking ahead to faceoff ...

• Who: Penguins (34-15-6) vs. Canadiens (27-25-7)
• When: 7:08 p.m.
• Where: PPG Paints Arena
Goaltenders: Tristan Jarry (18-8-1, 2.18) vs. Carey Price (24-20-4, 2.71)
• TV: AT&T SportsNet, TSN2 (Canada), RDS (Quebec)
Radio: 105.9 The X
• Streaming:, ESPN+
Satellite: SiriusXM 219, Internet 942
• Tickets: Available
• Boxscore: NHL GameCenter
Media notes: Penguins | Canadiens


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The Penguins are back in action this evening after falling 2-1 in overtime to the Lightning on Monday.

The Penguins have canceled their morning skate, as usual. Mike Sullivan will speak to the media at his usual 5 p.m. availability time. The Canadiens, who fell 4-1 to the Bruins on Wednesday, are expected to hold a morning skate at 11:30.

It's the Penguins' French Language promotional night tonight, and Max Talbot will be on hand to make the goal announcements in French in the arena.

Dave, Dejan and I will have your coverage.

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