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Doing what the Steelers couldn't, the Penguins managed to win the first two games of their post-championship campaign this weekend with victories over both New York teams. On Saturday, highly-touted rookie John Tavares had a goal and an assist for the Islanders, but Sidney Crosby reminded the world that he's Sidney Crosby and won it for the Penguins in a shootout. Enjoy the belated highlights (above) and fights (below) responsibly.

Mike Rupp vs. Tim Jackman

Jay McKee vs. Brendan Witt

More Pens news:

--Here's Dave Molinari's list of the top dozen regular-season games in Mellon Arena history. Kinda hard to pick 12 when you've got so many to choose from. [PG]

--Alex Goligoski lands on Scott Burnside's "10 rookies/sophomores to watch this season" list. [ESPN]

--Rob Rossi says the Cup hasn't dulled Crosby's edge. Hopefully that means no cries of "Cup Hangover" at any point this season. [Trib]

--A lengthy preview on the 2009-10 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins can be found right here. [Hockey's Future]

--Pens SuperFan Steve Mazefsky got to meet Lord Stanley and shares his experiences from this season ticket-holder's event. [Mazmania]

--And finally, here's a list that will generate many a-click: Five Reasons PensTV's Alyonka Larionov Loves Hockey. [Puck Daddy]

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