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Penguins lose to Colorado, 3-1

DENVER -- If Wednesday night was any indication, the Pittsburgh Penguins can't get back to the friendly confines of Consol Energy Center soon enough. Unfortunately for them, it'll be another week before they get that respite. The Penguins lost to Colorado, 3-1, to kick off a four-game Western road trip on the wrong note. With the exception of a brief flurry following an Evgeni Malkin goal in the third period, the Avalanche carried play for most of the night, getting goals from Jarome Iginla, Nathan MacKinnon and Gabriel Landeskog. Iginla, a former Penguin, put Colorado up 1-0 just 13 seconds into the second period with a power-play goal, his 20th of the season. After corralling the ...

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