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Vent it all out and offer your suggestions for improving the state of the team. At this point, it’ll at least help to have the group therapy.

Justin K. Aller

What ails the Penguins?

Right now you could choose a lot of things. Consider this an open thread to vent the frustrations.

Is it the powerplay, a unit laden with talent but can hardly get set up in the offensive zone? And when they do get setup they’re showing sloppy passes, little movement and no results?

Is it the penalty kill, which is only seeming to kill the Pens momentum and chances to win games right now?

Is it the front office decisions of late- to let Steve Sullivan go with no replacement. Or some of the decisions to play/scratch certain players?

Is it the key “complimentary” players like Chris Kunitz, Pascal Dupuis and Brandon Sutter who haven’t done much of anything?

Is it the defensive unit for allowing breakaways, or players in front of the net unmolested, or positioning breakdowns?

Is it the goaltending?

Vent it all out and offer your suggestions for improving the state of the team. At this point, it’ll at least help to have the group therapy.