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Many Penguins issues to discuss heading into matchup vs. Predators

Tim Benz
The Hurricanes’ Justin Williams (14) tips the puck away from the Penguins’ Sidney Crosby (87) during the second period Tuesday, March 19, 2019, in Raleigh, N.C.

Our Penguins beat writer, Jonathan Bombulie, joins me to talk about the Penguins’ game Thursday in Nashville. He is in Tennessee. There’s plenty to discuss.

• What is the biggest problem surrounding the Penguins’ three-game losing streak?

• We need to figure out why the goal-scoring has gone dry.

• Evgeni Malkin’s health is a concern. We examine how long he will be out, and how the Penguins should morph their lines to best hide his absence.

• Matt Murray’s glove is a hot button again.

• Playoff positioning is a mess.

Oh, and Nashville hot chicken talk, too.

Penguins issues heading into matchup vs. Predators

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