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Penguins' current power play plan isn't working

Understatement of the year???? The Penguins score power-play goals about as often as coach Dan Bylsma tips his hand regarding lineup changes. Bylsma did, however, suggest that a lineup change was possible following Game 6. Does this mean that Eric Tangradi, who has been influential in the team's past two power-play goals, will play in Game 7 tonight against the Lightning? "That's a maybe," Bylsma said. Tangradi played in Game 4 because of left wing Chris Kunitz's one-game suspension. Tyler Kennedy's power-play goal happened largely because of Tangradi's ability to screen Tampa Bay goaltender Dwayne Roloson. In the regular season finale, another Tangradi screen helped Kennedy score a power-play goal at Atlanta.

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