The boob play didn't work

What was Dan Bylsma trying to tell his team here? No idea. But it looked like boobs.

Trailing by three goals with more than five minutes to play in the third period and ready to start a power play, Penguins coach Dan Bylsma decided to do something bold. He took a page out of the Patrick Roy playbook and pulled Marc-Andre Fleury for the extra attacker, and then he drew up a special play on the white board and displayed it for all the world to see.

Let's just call it "the boob play."

Whatever it was supposed to be, it didn't work.

The Penguins failed to score on the power play and then gave up an empty net goal to lose, 5-1, sending the series back to New York for Game 6 on Sunday night.

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