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Penguins Report: Game Day at Anaheim

Tuesday, 11.03.2009 / 2:05 PM / Penguins Report
By Sam Kasan
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Penguins Report: Game Day at Anaheim


6:55 PM (PACIFIC TIME):
AROUND THE RINK (HONDA CENTER EDITION)

 

 

   
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2:30 AM (PACIFIC TIME):
Head coach Dan Bylsma was optimistic that Tyler Kennedy will be in the lineup for Pittsburgh's game against Anaheim.

"It looks like Tyler will be back in tonight, yup," Bylsma said following the morning skate.

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11:51 AM (PACIFIC TIME):
Here are some shots of the Penguins' Tuesday morning skate:

 

 
Left: Former Duck Chris Kunitz; Right: Dan Bylsma talks with Tyler Kennedy, who's status for the game is unknown



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11:40 AM (PACIFIC TIME):
The Penguins skated in some interesting line combinations at their morning skate. While the top line remained the same, the bottom three were all varied. The lines may change with Tyler Kennedy's status for the game currently unknown, although Bylsma was optimistic Kennedy could return against the Ducks. Kennedy missed the previous three games with an undisclosed injury.

The combinations were:

Kunitz-Crosby-Guerin
Dupuis-Staal-Fedotenko
Kennedy-Adams-Cooke
Bourque-Rupp-Godard

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11:12 AM (PACIFIC TIME):
The Anaheim Ducks have vacated the ice (except for three stragglers) following their Tuesday morning skate. Here are some pics from the early action:

 
Left: Former Penguins Ryan Whitney and Erik Christensen chat with Evgeni Malkin and Maxime Talbot; Right: Whitney skating.

 

 
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