Cooke, Crosby lead Pittsburgh to 5-2 win over NJ

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NEWARK, N.J (AP) -- Matt Cooke scored two goals, Evgeni Malkin had one and Sidney Crosby added three assists to lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to their 11th straight win, 5-2 over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.

With the surge, the Penguins have 93 points and are two behind the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers. Their winning streak is the longest in the NHL this season

Crosby came through with a strong effort in the second game of his comeback from recurring concussion symptoms.

Chris Kunitz, James Neal and Pascal Dupuis also scored for Pittsburgh. Marc-Andre Fleury made 12 saves for his 10th straight victory and 39th of the season.