Best-of-seven second-round series begins at Mile One Tuesday night IceCaps vs. Penguins. It's a match made for headline writers everywhere. It should be pretty good on the ice as well. The second-round Calder Cup playoff series between the St. John's IceCaps and Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins starts Tuesday night at Mile One Centre and St. John's head coach Keith McCambridge figures his team is in for at least as tough as test as was presented by the Syracuse Crunch, whom the IceCaps dispatched in the opening round of the post-season. "They have a real good balance up front of size, skill and some guys who can move," said McCambridge when asked for his take on the Penguins. "They're defence is real big ... it's tough to generate shots through to the net, so that's a challenge we'll face. And they're goaltending is strong, too. "It's a very balanced lineup, with a little more size than we saw out of the back end from Syracuse." ... Meanwhile, Wilkes-Barre had been buoyed by the return of defencemen Simon Despres and Brian Strait, who along with forward Eric Tangradi, had been sent down after the parent Pittsburgh Penguins were knocked from the NHL post-season in the first round. [i.e., they're losers] You're going down, Duq... I'll be sending you some baby seal flipper pie[sup]*[/sup] to eat after the baby Pens lose. ---- [sup]*[/sup]Bidgood’s Flipper pie is a traditional Newfoundland dish. Our Flipper pie is made with carrot, turnip, peas, flipper meat, gravy and topped with a wonderful flaky pastry. The flipper meat is cooked with fat back pork before it is combined with the rest of the ingredients. To cook your pie, preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and heat for 30 minutes.