A lot of things happened on Saturday.
We got news of Paul Martin being out for 6 weeks.
Jarome Iginla announced he would play.
Sidney Crosby's teeth got destroyed by a slapshot and went to the hospital.
Chris Kunitz got kicked out and will be facing a suspension.
But of all those things, the top moment was Matt Cooke scoring the game-winning goal early in the third period after playing a huge part in killing off the 5-on-3 and Kunitz' 5-minute major. One of Matt Cooke's finest moments. But he wasn't the only hero.
Tomas Vokoun turned in another top-notch performance and is now riding a personal shutout streak of 162:42. We heard a stat somewhere that he's the first goalie in franchise history to record back-to-back shutouts. Overall, the Pens haven't given up a goal in 208:24. The last goal they gave up was the Giroux goal that came back to him off of Tanner Glass' stick. Wow.
Speaking of streaks, this win pushes the Pens to 15 straight wins. They've become the first team in NHL history to run the table in a calendar month. They are now 2 wins away from tying the all-time record. They will eventually lose; there's no question about it. But the habits formed during this streak won't be going away anytime soon.