Penguins Fall in Shootout; CALGARY, Alberta -- the Penguins' Winning Ride through Western Canada Hit a Pothole Monday in Calgary. [Derived Headline]

By MacKinnon, Jeff | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 14, 2017 | Go to article overview

Penguins Fall in Shootout; CALGARY, Alberta -- the Penguins' Winning Ride through Western Canada Hit a Pothole Monday in Calgary. [Derived Headline]


MacKinnon, Jeff, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


CALGARY, Alberta -- The Penguins' winning ride through western Canada hit a pothole Monday in Calgary.

They fell 4-3 in a shootout to the Flames after beating Winnipeg, Edmonton and Vancouver to start their five-game road trip, which ends Wednesday in Philadelphia. It ended their win streak at five and prevented them from overtaking the Washington Capitals in the quest for top spot in the Metropolitan Division. They did pull even, though.

Kris Versteeg scored the lone goal in the shootout. Penguins' big three of Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby and Phil Kessel all were stopped.

Crosby tied the score on a reviewed goal with 3 minutes, 31 seconds remaining. He batted the puck in just as Flames goalie Brian Elliott was gloving it, but goaltender interference was ruled out and the Penguins captain had his first goal in eight games.

The Penguins had a power-play chance in overtime when Nick Bonino took a high stick from Flames captain Mark Giordano with 2:22 remaining.

Johnny Gaudreau's power-play goal with 5:22 gone in the third period gave Calgary a 3-2 lead. He danced around Penguins from the blueline and beat Marc-Andre Fleury on a wrap-around.

Conor Sheary got his 20th goal of the season, and Evgeni Malkin also scored. Crosby added an assist.

Deryk Engelland and Dennis Wideman, defenseman who rarely score, got lucky goals for Calgary.

The Penguins came out aggressive and got the early jump at 2:54 when Crosby passed across to Jake Guentzel behind the net, and Guentzel fed Sheary in front. …

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