The Pittsburgh Penguins would seem to have reason for high confidence entering their game Sunday night against the New Jersey Devils in Newark.
Not only have the Penguins bounced back from two losses -- in which they gave up 15 goals -- to win two straight, but they are 2-1-1 against the Devils after carving out a 6-4 win Friday in the opener of a their two-game series despite playing at what they consider less than full tilt.
"I don't think we were at our best," Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan said. "I give our guys credit. I think they had opportunities to score, and we finished. Our power play (2-for-4) was really good. We found a way to win."