05 Jun 2009
With a 4-2 win Thursday night over the Detroit Red Wings, the Pittsburgh Penguins have tied up the Stanley Cup Final at two wins apiece. After falling behind in the series 2-0 and winning Game 3 on Tuesday, the Pens completed the comeback with captain Sidney Crosby and goalie Marc-André Fleury leading the way in Game 4. Crosby notched his playoff-leading 15th goal, while Fleury made 37 saves en route to being named the game's first star. After two games in Pittsburgh, the game shifts back to Hockeytown for Saturday night's Game 5.