Tanev took a pass from Yanni Gourde and beat goaltender Tristan Jarry from point-blank range to snap a 2-all tie. It was Tanev’s first goal of the season and it came against the team he played for from 2019-21.
The Kraken won their fourth straight, matching the longest streak for the second-year franchise. Seattle has five wins in its last six games.
The Penguins tied it 2-all when Guentzel’s pass went off the stick of Seattle's Matty Beniers and into the net with 10:09 remaining.
That came just under two minutes after Gourde scored when Tanev kicked the puck to him after having a pass from Morgan Geekie bounce off his knee.
Crosby opened the scoring at 5:24 of the second period by converting a one-timer off a pass from Kris Letang.
Dunn tied it a little less than 2 1/2 minutes later on a slap shot off a faceoff.
NOTES: Six of the Kraken’s seven wins this season are against teams that made the playoffs last year. … The Penguins’ losing streak follows a 4-0-1 start to the season. … Geekie’s three-game goal streak ended. … Kraken center Jared McCann (lower body) missed his second consecutive game. … Penguins winger Josh Archibald was sidelined by an undisclosed injury and centers Jeff Carter and Teddy Blueger sat out with lower-body injuries. Guentzel played after missing practice Friday because of illness.
Kraken: Host the Nashville Predators on Tuesday.
Penguins: Visit the Washington Capitals on Wednesday.
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John Perrotto, The Associated Press