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Pens Points: Can Fleury Catch Brodeur?

Flower ties Vokoun at #30 all-time in wins. Pens get back to [crease-crashing] basics, good things follow. Pat Quinn remembrances.

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So, the stars came out and the Pens beat the Bruins in OT as we saw Marc-Andre Fleury become third-youngest and third-fastest goalie to post 300 career wins. []

Last night's game was the seventh consecutive contest between the Pens and the Bruins decided by one goal. [Trib - Mackey]

Clearly the advent of the shootout has given a boost to modern-day goalies, so this has to be taken into account. Still, it's a nice round number that only 30 goalies ever reached before. [CBC Sports]

It seems almost too ridiculous to even contemplate, but when has that stopped Ken Campbell? Can Fleury catch Brodeur for #1 all time in wins? [The Hockey News]

Win #300 came with a large serving of blue shaving cream pie to the face in the middle of a national TV interview, courtesy of Craig Adams (video). []

Flower's friends and teammates love him, but are honestly wondering how 300 wins is even possible for this guy (video). [Instagram]

"It’s never fun to play against world-class players who are earning their salaries." Boston's recap was full of praise for the Pens and their camping in Rask's crease. [Boston Globe]

The OT winner was a thing of beauty. Watched it 20 times. The way Letang drove down the middle, the way Sid made the perfect pass at a perfect time, Mike Johnston's post-game quotes reveal his excitement to sometimes put these guys together. [Chipped Ice]

Joe Morrow, former top Pens prospect traded to Dallas for Brenden Morrow, has finally found a home and his niche in the Bruins organization, and scored his first NHL goal last night. [PPG]

San Jose Sharks are off to a rough start and realistic McLellan admits his job could be in jeopardy. [Mercury News]

Dallas Eakins is presumably also on the hot seat following the Oilers horrible everything. [Puck Daddy]

So, will Dan Bylsma be hearing from any NHL GMs any time soon? Craig Custance guesses his wait won't be much longer. ($) [ESPN]

Hockey world lost another great in Pat Quinn. [Globe & Mail]

Mike Johnston remembers how, of all the letters he wrote to NHL GMs looking for jobs and coaching experience, Pat Quinn was the only one who responded. [Trib - Mackey]

And finally to cheer everybody up, a bunch of Swedish goalie leapfrog each other across the ice. [Pro Hockey Talk]