Malkin scores, Crosby dazzles as Pens win 14th in a row

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The Pittsburgh Penguins are welcoming faces old and new back into their lineup, but the results remain the same: they keep winning. In Thursday’s case, they pummeled the Winnipeg Jets 4-0 to extend their winning streak to 14 games.

Evgeni Malkin looked fine, too, managing a goal, a +2 rating and four shots in about 15 and a half minutes of ice time.

Here’s his tip-in tally:

Sidney Crosby didn’t take his foot off the gas with his star teammate back in the lineup, collecting two assists to push that total to a ridiculous 41 (56 points). To put his assists total in perspective, Crosby only has two fewer assists than Steven Stamkos has points (43).

Crosby’s first helper to Chris Kunitz was something special:

While many are chomping at the bit to see Jarome Iginla make his Penguins debut, his new team continues to do fine without him.