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Pens seeking rare consecutive Cup titles

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PITTSBURGH (AP) The dynasty that once appeared so certain is again in the offing for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Four victories against the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup Final would make Pittsburgh the first franchise to win back-to-back championships in nearly 20 years and the first in the parity-driven salary cap era. It would give stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin their third Cup, one more than their boss - owner Mario Lemieux - earned during his Hall of Fame career and check off whatever boxes remain unchecked for a duo that is becoming one of the most accomplished in NHL history.

Yet for all the resiliency the Penguins have shown during their injury-marred title defense, they are taking nothing for granted heading into Game 1 on Monday night.

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Rank Player G
1 S. Crosby, Pit44
2t N. Kucherov, TB40
2t A. Matthews, Tor40
4t B. Marchand, Bos39
4t V. Tarasenko, StL39
6 J. Skinner, Car37
7 P. Laine, Wpg36
8t C. Atkinson, Cls35
8t M. Pacioretty, Mon35
10t P. Kane, Chi34
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Rank Player Sv%
1 S. Bobrovsky, Cls.931
2 J. Howard, Det.927
3 C. Anderson, Ott.926
4 B. Holtby, Was.925
5 J. Gibson, Anh.924
6 S. Darling, Chi.924
7 D. Dubnyk, Min.923
8 M. Murray, Pit.923
9 C. Price, Mon.923
10 A. Nilsson, Buf.923
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