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Crosby's third-period goal leads Penguins past Rangers

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Sidney Crosby scored the go-ahead goal with

10:04 remaining to help the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 4-3 victory

over the New York Rangers on Saturday, their fifth win in six

games.

Ruslan Fedotenko had a goal and two assists for the Penguins,

who closed out a 10-1-2 March by improving to 5-1-1 on their

franchise-record eight-game homestand. Pittsburgh climbed three

points ahead of the seventh-place Rangers in the Eastern

Conference playoff race.

Maxime Talbot added a goal and an assist, and Matt Cooke also

scored for Pittsburgh, which improved to 14-2-3 under interim

coach Dan Bylsma.

Ryan Callahan, Brandon Dubinsky and Nik Antropov scored for New

York, which is 1-2-1 in its past four.

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