The Pittsburgh Penguins looked unstoppable heading into the 2013 Eastern Conference final; instead, the Boston Bruins swept them in stunning fashion.
However you look at the numbers, the end result was a total offensive collapse for the Pens, who topped the NHL in scoring last season before lighting up the New York Islanders (scoring 25 goals in six games) and Ottawa Senators (22 in five games) in the opening two rounds.
One round later, a team built by GM of the Year Ray Shero — and loaded up with deadline acquisitions Jarome Iginla and Brenden Morrow — scored a measly two goals in a baffling four-game sweep.
Maybe most stunningly, Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin failed to score a point.
Let’s take a game-by-game look at how this shocking series turned out.
Game 1: Boston wins 3-0
The B’s battered Pittsburgh in a game that was so wild, even…
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