The Pittsburgh Penguins have talked a lot about how important it is to be consistent, but the plain truth is that they actually have been through the first six games of this season.
Consider their 4-1 loss to Dallas at PPG Paints Arena Tuesday evening.
They failed to hold a lead. Again.
Had a game get away from them in the second period. Again.
Were unable to score on the power play. Again.
The only difference this time was that they lost to a team that qualified for the Stanley Cup playoffs last spring.
The defeat was the Penguins’ third in a row and dropped their record to 2-4.
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