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Pens Points: SCF Game 4

Let's lose that losing feeling, shall we?

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John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning one and all,

I can't believe it's already game 4 of the finals. I'm still depressed about game 3, mostly because I allowed my delusions to again get the better of me. Anyway, onwards. Game 4 tonight. Here are all the broadcast and livestream details.

Part of my self-delusion is waiting for the Malkin dam to burst open. It may or may not happen, though. Geno says he's happy about his own lack of scoring as long as the team keeps winning. [National Post]

So far, the Penguins no-name defense has got the job done in these playoffs. Ben Lovejoy is going to get a Deryk Engelland contract from some GM, mark my words. [ESPN]

The Sharks have turned San Jose into Hockeytown, USA. That part of it is pretty cool - seeing people nuts about hockey in the middle of California. [Sacramento Bee]

Sidney Crosby and Joe Thornton share a shifty skill that’s quicker than a glance. [New York Times]

Return of "heavy hockey" is most definitely a development in the Sharks favor. Let's got back to fast hockey, please and thank you. [San Jose Mercury News]

With the stars somewhat quiet, unheralded players are stepping up to the plate. [San Francisco Examiner]

Also, many people had goalie technique on their mind afther the Sharks GWG in OT on Saturday. Ugh. There is only ever one technique I like. [USA Today]

Do the Sharks need to shorten their bench to have a chance at the Cup? Some would argue for it. [Globe & Mail]

Does the SC playoff schedule need fexing? You betcha. Fans of two teams in the finals aside, absolutely NO ONE is watching. Also Ross Ventrone is rollerblading I think with no pants but wearing a Kessel jersey ftw. [Down Goes Brown]

UPMS Sports Medicine and the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation are celebrating 5 years of HEADS UP, an unprecedented concussion awareness program. [Penguins]