The Penguins might want to hire a photographer for Game 4 tomorrow night at Scotiabank Place.
At this rate, the Penguins should be able to get a nice shot of themselves shaking hands as the Senators head for a summer vacation and Pittsburgh officials can hang it somewhere in Stockholm in October when the teams open the NHL season in Sweden.
After a 4-1 win last night to take a 3-0 series lead, the Penguins can complete a sweep with a victory tomorrow.
"I know most of those guys (on the Senators) and definitely they are going to want to win a game at home for the fans," said Penguins winger Marian Hossa, an ex-Senators who had a goal and two assists last night. "It's going to be crucial and it's going to be a huge game. We just have to be ready."
It was a special night for Hossa.
"It's nice to finally get a first goal and have a good game in a place where I started my career," said Hossa. "But the most important thing is that we're up 3-0. That's what counts."