Penguins Thrash Flyers For Tenth Straight Win

Jonathan Grant | January 7th, 2022

The Pittsburgh Penguins don’t seem to be able to be stopped at present. They have won ten games consecutively, with the latest coming on Thursday night as they took down in-state rivals Philadelphia 6-2 thanks to a stellar showing.

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Bryan Rust kept up his incredible season-opening form by scoring two goals (in the first period to set the tone) and assisting on another while Jake Guentzel added two more to the charts for them. Three goals were scored by them in the first and third periods, allowing them to maintain their streak once more. Oh, and Sidney Crosby had two assists, too! Not a bad forward line to have is it?

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