The lines in practice looked to be the same ones from Friday's game in Winnipeg. That is to say, Matt Cooke remained on Evgeni Malkin's line.
Defenseman Paul Martin remained on the first power-play unit, with Malkin at the other point. At times, Sidney Crosby rotated up top to the point, but that seemed to be a matter of movement and flow more than an assignment. Kris Letang and Matt Niskanen worked the points on the second power-play unit.
As for the goaltenders, coach Dan Bylsma did divulge who would start Sunday at Buffalo, but we're guessing Marc-Andre Fleury. Bylama noted that with the schedule a little bit lighter right now -- not a game every other night with a back-to-back thrown in there -- he has a little bit more of a luxury of riding a hot goaltender rather than strictly adhering to a preset schedule for Fleury and Tomas Vokoun. Fleury, of course, could be considered a hot goaltender after his past couple of games.
Chris Kunitz-Sidney Crosby-Pascal Dupuis.
Matt Cooke-Evgeni Malkin-James Neal
Beau Bennett-Brandon Sutter-Tyler Kennedy
Tanner Glass-Joe Vitale-Craig Adams
(Zach Boychuk, Dustin Jeffrey)
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