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Tim Benz, Columnist

Tim Benz, Brian Metzer talk Penguins victory over Flyers

Tim Benz
| Tuesday, February 12, 2019 6:15 a.m
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Sidney Crosby celebrates after scoring a goal against Philadelphia Flyers’ Carter Hart during the first period of the game Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, in Philadelphia.

Penguins Radio Network host Brian Metzer joins me to recap the Penguins 4-1 win in Philadelphia. We start off talking about Matt Murray’s career-high 50 saves, including the lucky break he got on that one puck that bounced out of his glove.

Plus, did Carter Hart live up to his billing in the Philly net? Specifically, we break down what went wrong for the Flyers on Sidney Crosby’s goal to start the scoring.

We also dive into the new-look lines. Evgeni Malkin’s bad penalty at the end of the game. Power play tweaks. And Olli Maatta’s injury.


LISTEN: Tim Benz, Brian Metzer talk about the Penguins’ victory over the Flyers


Also we pose out “Debate of the Day.” What will happen first? Another goal for Dominik Simon goal? Or Tool finally releasing its new album.

Tim Benz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tim at or via Twitter. All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless specified otherwise.

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