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The Pittsburgh Penguins finished last season with the 19th ranked power play unit in the NHL. That is not good enough considering the talent they had to work with on that unit.

Converting only 20.2 percent of their chances on the man advantage, the Penguin’s top unit operated far below expectations. While the fate of Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang are yet to be determined this off-season, the Penguins will need a new system to improve upon last season’s performance. 

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