Penguins 5, Maple Leafs 4

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Goals by Kris Letang and Matt Cooke in the final 3:46 lifted the Penguins to a 5-4 comeback win in Toronto. The Penguins also got goals from Janne Pesonen, Mark Eaton and Sidney Crosby.

Hal Gill did suffer a bruised knee, but according to Dave Molinari, team officials said the injury is not serious. He only recorded a total of 3:48 of ice time, all of it in the first period.

-Letang and Brooks Orpik led the Penguins in ice time with 26:23. Jordan Staal was second with 23:23.

-Paul Bissonnette and Crosby led the team with three shots.

-Bissonnette did engage Toronto forward Ryan Hollweg in a fight during the second period.

-Eaton and Letang each led the game with four saves.

-Crosby finished with one goal and one assist while Ruslan Fedotenko had three assists. Alex Goligoski had two assists.

-The Maple Leafs outshot the Penguins, 40-25. Toronto had a 29-25 advantage in faceoffs.

-Defenseman Tomas Kaberle led Toronto with a goal and two assists.

-Game summary.

-Event summary.

(Photo: Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)

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