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The Pens have lost two games back-to-back and everyone is ready to break their best friend's neck if they look at them wrong.
Apparently we all assumed Dan Bylsma was never going to lose twice in a row.
If you're mad at the world because that the Penguins lost two games on a west coast trip in November, you need stop and think about the situation more.
Did getting shut out by San Jose suck?
Of course it did.
Did listening to jokes on the Internet verbally fellate Anze Kopitar after the game in LA get annoying?
Trust us. As bad as it looks right now, there will be a worse point in the season.
So stop punching your dog for a bit and watch a hockey game.
It wasn't that long ago that we thought this city wouldn't even have a hockey team anymore.
Should you want the Pens to win every game?
Of course you should.
But that's a pretty unrealistic expectation.
The bottom line is that this team is good.
Good enough that we expect them to win.
They're a talented team, but no one wins every night.
However, there are players on this team that can make the rest of the league look pretty foolish.
How many teams could even fathom losing talent like Malkin, Letang and Gonchar for an extended period of time?
How many teams even have players of that quality to begin with?
No excuses though.
Every team has to deal with injuries at some point.
This is our time and we'll get through it.
Disco Dan's coaching skills may be tested like never before, but we'll get through it.