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Kovacevic: Sullivan's steady hand shoving archaic Gallant to brink

NEW YORK — There aren’t many straight lines anyone can navigate through Manhattan these days, with construction cranes and scaffolding everywhere in a visible post-pandemic building boom. But that’s apparently what the Penguins will encounter here tonight in Game 5 in trying to finish off their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series with the Rangers.

Heck, New York's players have pretty much promised as much.

“I expect a lot of volume shooting and a hungry team that’s a little more straight-line hockey," Ryan Strome told reporters here after practice yesterday in nearby Tarrytown, N.