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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

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G M. Fleury PIT $8,500 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 43.2 FP
C R. Kesler ANA $5,600 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 9.6 FP
C S. Crosby PIT $8,600 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 11.2 FP
W A. Cogliano ANA $3,300 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 15.2 FP
W P. Hornqvist PIT $5,500 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 18.4 FP
D J. Schultz PIT $5,500 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 9.6 FP
W N. Ritchie ANA $3,300 SALARY 5.6x VALUE 18.4 FP
W D. Caggiula EDM $3,500 SALARY 4.3x VALUE 15.2 FP
D B. Montour ANA $3,600 SALARY 4.0x VALUE 14.4 FP
      $47,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  155.2 TOTAL
FP
G M. Fleury PIT $7,400 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 10.8 FP
C R. Kesler ANA $5,800 SALARY 0.4x VALUE 2.5 FP
C S. Crosby PIT $8,200 SALARY 0.4x VALUE 3.0 FP
LW A. Cogliano ANA $4,300 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 4.0 FP
RW P. Hornqvist PIT $5,200 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 5.0 FP
D J. Schultz PIT $5,300 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 2.5 FP
RW B. Rust PIT $4,400 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 4.0 FP
LW N. Ritchie ANA $3,600 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 5.0 FP
D B. Montour ANA $3,300 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 4.0 FP
      $47,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  40.8 TOTAL
FP
G M. Fleury PIT $33 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 24.5 FP
C S. Crosby PIT $35 SALARY 0.2x VALUE 8.0 FP
RW P. Hornqvist PIT $23 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 12.0 FP
D S. Vatanen ANA $15 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 7.0 FP
G J. Gibson ANA $26 SALARY 0.6x VALUE 15.5 FP
RW B. Rust PIT $14 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 10.0 FP
LW N. Ritchie ANA $12 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 12.0 FP
C J. Guentzel PIT $20 SALARY 0.4x VALUE 8.0 FP
D B. Montour ANA $18 SALARY 0.6x VALUE 10.0 FP
      $196 TOTAL
SALARY
  107.0 TOTAL
FP

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Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury accepts waiver of no-move clause

Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has agreed to accept the team's request for him to waive his no-move clause for the upcoming expansion draft.

What It Means:

If they so wish, the Las Vegas Golden Knights could make Fleury the franchise's first netminder. That means 23-year-old Matt Murray will be the Penguins' starting goaltender for the foreseeable future.

In 15 playoff appearances, Fleury went 9-6 and accumulated a save percentage of .924 for the NHL-champion Penguins.

Frederick Gaudreau's goal in Game 4 makes history as Predators tie series

Nashville Predators center Frederick Gaudreau's game-winning goal Monday night made history.

What It Means:

Gaudreau is now only the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final. The only other is John Harms in 1944 for the Chicago Blackhawks. After not scoring in Game 2, Gaudreau has scored in Games 3 and 4 and both have been game winners.

Gaudreau has hit three of his four shots on goal this Cup Final and Game 4 he scored in just over nine minutes if ice time.

Filip Forsberg scores as Predators tie Stanley Cup Finals 2-2

Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg scored his ninth goal of the postseason to help the Preds defeat the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night.

What It Means:

Forsgerg's goal came on an empty net late in the third period with the Predators already holding a 3-1 lead. He led Nashville in shots on goal with four on Monday night and now he helps set up a pivotal Game 5 in Pittsburgh on Thursday night.

Forsgerg's goal was his first of the Cup Finals and his first point scored over his last four games. Throughout the playoffs, Forsgerg has nine goals and 16 total points over 20 games.

Roman Josi picks up three points as Predators take Game 3

Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi picked up a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday.

What It Means:

The victory cuts Nashville's series deficit to 2-1, with Game 4 set to take place Monday in Nashville.

Josi became the first defenseman to pick up three points in a Stanley Cup final game since Duncan Keith did it for the Blackhawks on June 4th, 2010. He has totaled 14 points through 19 playoff games after putting up 49 points (12 goals and 37 helpers) in 72 regular-season games.

Predators won't announce Game 3 starter

Nashville Predators coach Peter Laviolette declined to confirm who the starter will be for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals versus the Pittsburgh Penguins.

What It Means:

The goalies have already been informed of the decision, but Laviolette is staying mum for now. Pekka Rinne was nothing short of spectacular through the first three rounds of the playoffs, but he's fallen off in Games 1 and 2 of the Finals, allowing four goals in each game while making just 28 total saves. 22-year-old Juuse Saros, who has played in only 23 regular season games during his NHL career, is Nashville's alternative option in net.

Rinne is 12-6 this postseason while recording a .929 save percentage (SV%) and 1.98 goals-against average (GAA) with a pair of shutouts. Saros went 10-8-3 in the regular season with a .923 SV%, 2.35 GAA and one shutout.

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Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury accepts waiver of no-move clause

Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has agreed to accept the team's request for him to waive his no-move clause for the upcoming expansion draft.

What It Means:

If they so wish, the Las Vegas Golden Knights could make Fleury the franchise's first netminder. That means 23-year-old Matt Murray will be the Penguins' starting goaltender for the foreseeable future.

In 15 playoff appearances, Fleury went 9-6 and accumulated a save percentage of .924 for the NHL-champion Penguins.

Frederick Gaudreau's goal in Game 4 makes history as Predators tie series

Nashville Predators center Frederick Gaudreau's game-winning goal Monday night made history.

What It Means:

Gaudreau is now only the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final. The only other is John Harms in 1944 for the Chicago Blackhawks. After not scoring in Game 2, Gaudreau has scored in Games 3 and 4 and both have been game winners.

Gaudreau has hit three of his four shots on goal this Cup Final and Game 4 he scored in just over nine minutes if ice time.

Filip Forsberg scores as Predators tie Stanley Cup Finals 2-2

Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg scored his ninth goal of the postseason to help the Preds defeat the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night.

What It Means:

Forsgerg's goal came on an empty net late in the third period with the Predators already holding a 3-1 lead. He led Nashville in shots on goal with four on Monday night and now he helps set up a pivotal Game 5 in Pittsburgh on Thursday night.

Forsgerg's goal was his first of the Cup Finals and his first point scored over his last four games. Throughout the playoffs, Forsgerg has nine goals and 16 total points over 20 games.

Roman Josi picks up three points as Predators take Game 3

Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi picked up a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday.

What It Means:

The victory cuts Nashville's series deficit to 2-1, with Game 4 set to take place Monday in Nashville.

Josi became the first defenseman to pick up three points in a Stanley Cup final game since Duncan Keith did it for the Blackhawks on June 4th, 2010. He has totaled 14 points through 19 playoff games after putting up 49 points (12 goals and 37 helpers) in 72 regular-season games.

Predators won't announce Game 3 starter

Nashville Predators coach Peter Laviolette declined to confirm who the starter will be for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals versus the Pittsburgh Penguins.

What It Means:

The goalies have already been informed of the decision, but Laviolette is staying mum for now. Pekka Rinne was nothing short of spectacular through the first three rounds of the playoffs, but he's fallen off in Games 1 and 2 of the Finals, allowing four goals in each game while making just 28 total saves. 22-year-old Juuse Saros, who has played in only 23 regular season games during his NHL career, is Nashville's alternative option in net.

Rinne is 12-6 this postseason while recording a .929 save percentage (SV%) and 1.98 goals-against average (GAA) with a pair of shutouts. Saros went 10-8-3 in the regular season with a .923 SV%, 2.35 GAA and one shutout.

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Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury accepts waiver of no-move clause

Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has agreed to accept the team's request for him to waive his no-move clause for the upcoming expansion draft.

What It Means:

If they so wish, the Las Vegas Golden Knights could make Fleury the franchise's first netminder. That means 23-year-old Matt Murray will be the Penguins' starting goaltender for the foreseeable future.

In 15 playoff appearances, Fleury went 9-6 and accumulated a save percentage of .924 for the NHL-champion Penguins.

Frederick Gaudreau's goal in Game 4 makes history as Predators tie series

Nashville Predators center Frederick Gaudreau's game-winning goal Monday night made history.

What It Means:

Gaudreau is now only the second player in NHL history to score his first three career goals in a Stanley Cup Final. The only other is John Harms in 1944 for the Chicago Blackhawks. After not scoring in Game 2, Gaudreau has scored in Games 3 and 4 and both have been game winners.

Gaudreau has hit three of his four shots on goal this Cup Final and Game 4 he scored in just over nine minutes if ice time.

Filip Forsberg scores as Predators tie Stanley Cup Finals 2-2

Nashville Predators forward Filip Forsberg scored his ninth goal of the postseason to help the Preds defeat the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night.

What It Means:

Forsgerg's goal came on an empty net late in the third period with the Predators already holding a 3-1 lead. He led Nashville in shots on goal with four on Monday night and now he helps set up a pivotal Game 5 in Pittsburgh on Thursday night.

Forsgerg's goal was his first of the Cup Finals and his first point scored over his last four games. Throughout the playoffs, Forsgerg has nine goals and 16 total points over 20 games.

Roman Josi picks up three points as Predators take Game 3

Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi picked up a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday.

What It Means:

The victory cuts Nashville's series deficit to 2-1, with Game 4 set to take place Monday in Nashville.

Josi became the first defenseman to pick up three points in a Stanley Cup final game since Duncan Keith did it for the Blackhawks on June 4th, 2010. He has totaled 14 points through 19 playoff games after putting up 49 points (12 goals and 37 helpers) in 72 regular-season games.

Predators won't announce Game 3 starter

Nashville Predators coach Peter Laviolette declined to confirm who the starter will be for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals versus the Pittsburgh Penguins.

What It Means:

The goalies have already been informed of the decision, but Laviolette is staying mum for now. Pekka Rinne was nothing short of spectacular through the first three rounds of the playoffs, but he's fallen off in Games 1 and 2 of the Finals, allowing four goals in each game while making just 28 total saves. 22-year-old Juuse Saros, who has played in only 23 regular season games during his NHL career, is Nashville's alternative option in net.

Rinne is 12-6 this postseason while recording a .929 save percentage (SV%) and 1.98 goals-against average (GAA) with a pair of shutouts. Saros went 10-8-3 in the regular season with a .923 SV%, 2.35 GAA and one shutout.

Sorry, there are no more blurbs for this feed.