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NHL Tuesday: Penguins win 10th straight

The Pittsburgh Penguins overcame an early goal from Alex Ovechkin to win their 10th game in a row.

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Make it 10 in a row for the Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins extended their winning streak to 10 games, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Phoenix Coyotes in a wild and physical match in the final game of the night.

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Bad call by refs gives Buffalo the victory

The officials called P.K. Subban for a high-stick that didn't happen.

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Westgarth wins fight with instant knockout

Eric Selleck started a fight with Kevin Westgarth. In retrospect, that wasn't wise.

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Vanek suffers upper-body injury

Buffalo's best player left the game after being struck by the puck.

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Marc Methot injury just the latest for Ottawa

The season of injuries continues for the Senators.

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Bobrovsky takes smelling salts

Desperate to keep their hot streak going, the Blue Jackets ignore concussion protocol in favor of old-timey witchcraft.

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Five questions: Can Pens extend streak to 10?

A daily feature which asks the five hardest-hitting questions imaginable about this day in the NHL. Will our quandaries be answered? (That doesn't count as one of the five questions.)

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NHL schedule and starting goalies

There are nine games scheduled in the NHL on Tuesday night. Here is a look at the complete schedule with TV information and the expected starting goalies.

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