It was the first time that the Penguins have been shut out since Feb. 1, 2012 (96 straight games, including playoffs).The Penguins have allowed 2.58 ... Read more at Bleacher Report
And that problem is a sudden lack of offense in game 1 against the Bruins. The Pittsburgh offense leads the playoffs with 44 goals scored and 13 on the power play. But they were completely shut down in the 3-0 loss to the Bruins in Saturday's Game 1.
The Penguins have allowed 2.58 goals per game during the postseason, the most of the four conference finalists. So much for defense. If Crosby and Malkin can't find a way to score, the Penguins will be in trouble in this series