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The Sabres are playing their second of back-to-back games tonight.
Last night they defeated the Maple Leafs 5-2.
This is the Pens first game against the Sabres this year.
Ryan Miller played yesterday, so Patrick Lalime will start for the Sabres.
No word as to whether or not he will hold out for more money if he wins tonight's game.
Some more info from coffeytalk:
The Auction this year will include:
2 Mario Lemieux Celebrity Invitational Golf Bags filled with goodies
Pittsburgh is Hockeytahn tees
A 2009 Stanley Cup Final Program autographed by Mario Lemieux
Game worn Max Talbot gloves, autographed
An authentic autographed Mario Lemieux jersey
A Pittsburgh Pirates program from the 1987 Retirement of #9 autographed by Bill Mazeroski
Original artwork from The Pensblog's own Stephen S.
Penguins game tickets
Labatt Blue, Bud Light, Miller Lite, & Red Bull prizes donated from Fuhrere Wholesales & Wilson-McGinley
It is an all-ages event, but please bring id for the adult drinky drinks.
$10 cover at the door that goes straight to the MLF.
Calico Jack's will also be donating $1 for every person that walks through the door. Their staff is also donating 25% of all tips collected throughout the evening so tip hearty, my friends.
DJ Dave will be spinnin' tunes all night while classic Pens games will run on all of their tvs.
Drink specials include $2 Labatt Blue & Blue Light and $3 Captain Morgan & Parrot Bay from 8pm-10pm.
Come on down anytime after 6:30. Winners of the auction will be announced by 10pm. You must be present to win.
Calico Jack's is located at 353 North Shore Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5834
The Pens haven't announced whether Godard or Talbot will play tonight.
Sidney Crosby has been named Canada's top athlete for 2009.
NHL.com speculates on Team USA.
Orpik, Goligoski and Guerin could all make the team.
The Pens/Flyers game on Thursday night drew the second-highest regular season rating in Penguins history.
Only Mario Lemieux's comeback in 2000 had more viewers.