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Hockey Night in CanadaFantasy Pool: Penguins' power play will soar

Posted: Saturday, November 16, 2013 | 03:37 PM

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Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal's return to should help spark the Pens' power play, according to P.J. Stock. Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal's return to should help spark the Pens' power play, according to P.J. Stock.

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Hockey Night in Canada commentator P.J. Stock figures he'll ride the Pittsburgh Penguins' power play attack to help pad his point total in the Kia Fantasy Pool.
Last week went pretty well when I decided to go almost all in with the San Jose Sharks. 

I would do the same for this week but since they are only playing twice, they are all out.

Instead, I'm looking at the Pittsburgh Penguins. 

They have four games lined up this week so they are more or less being flopped. James Neal is back from a lengthy absence due to injury, and I think their power play is going to take off. 

I added Kris Letang to the backend as he's the Penguins' quarterback with the man advantage.

I'm also expecting the St. Louis Blues to put together a nice run as well. They have a four-game week and should end up with a possible six points. 

Good luck!

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