CAIRO, Egypt -- The Egyptian Football Association has cancelled the rest of this seasons league matches in the wake of rioting at a match last month that killed 74 people and injured hundreds of others. The league was suspended less than halfway through the season after the deadly stampede on Feb. 1 in Port Said following a match between Al-Masry and Al-Ahly. Egyptian FA spokesman Azmy Megahed said Saturday the season will not resume because there is not enough time to play the games before the national team is expected to begin training for the 2013 African Cup qualifiers and this years London Olympics. A number of Al-Ahly players have said they would not have played anyway due to low morale and because no one has yet been brought to justice for the bloodshed. Spokesman Megahed said that 18 teams, divided into two groups, will play in a friendly tournament in empty stadiums starting later this month. Megahed had earlier suggested that the tournament would help raise money for families of those killed in the violence, but on Saturday he told The Associated Press that it would be played primarily to appease sponsors. Al-Masry, which hosted the Feb. 1 game, will not play. The Port Said tragedy highlighted deteriorating security in the Arab worlds most populous country as instability continues nearly a year after former President Hosni Mubarak was swept out of power in a popular uprising. It was the worst case of football violence in Egypt and the deadliest worldwide since 1996. The violence began when fans of home team Al-Masry rushed the field following a win over Egypts top club, Al-Ahly, setting off clashes and a stampede as riot police largely failed to intervene. Egypts lawmakers are currently investigating who was behind the deadly violence, which underscored the role of "ultras" football fans in Egypts recent protest movement. 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Boston has picked the Penguins apart so far in this series, winning a 3-0 decision in the opener on Saturday before slamming Pittsburgh in Mondays 6-1 rout at CONSOL Energy Center. Tomas Vokoun will get the nod in goal again for the Penguins after allowing three goals on 12 shots in Game 2. Of course, the task of getting back into this series becomes more difficult for Pittsburgh with the best-of-seven set shifting to Boston for Games 3 and 4. The Penguins had identical 18-6-0 records at home and on the road during the regular season and is 3-2 as the guest in these playoffs. Meanwhile, the fourth-seeded Bruins are 5-2 in Beantown in this postseason after posting a 16-5-3 mark at TD Garden during the 2013 campaign. Boston grabbed the lead just 28 seconds into Game 2, as Brad Marchand turned a Sidney Crosby turnover into a breakaway goal. Crosby tried to whack a bouncing puck at the right point and missed it shortly after the opening faceoff. The disc was picked up by Marchand in the neutral zone and he went in on a clear break, snapping the puck into the left corner for a 1-0 lead. The Bruins soon would push their lead to 3-0 before heading into the first intermission with a 4-1 advantage. Marchand wound up with two goals and his linemate Jaromir Jagr added two assists. Nathan Horton, Patrice Bergeron and Johnny Boychuk each contributed a goal and an assist to the blowout. David Krejci also added a goal for the Bruins and leads all skaters in the playoffs with 20 points (8G, 12A). HHorton is second in the NHL with 17 points on seven goals and 10 assists.dddddddddddd The Bruins also received another strong outing from goaltender Tuukka Rask, who turned aside 26 shots. "We had all of our guys making some great plays out there tonight," said Boston head coach Claude Julien. "Tuukka has been in the zone for a while and hes got a lot of confidence right now. That puck looks huge to him." Rask has turned aside 55-of-56 shots in two games against the Penguins, who were averaging an NHL-best 4.27 goals per game heading into this series. Pittsburgh is still leading all playoff teams in goals per game, but has seen that number slip to 3.69 after the first two tilts of this series. Brandon Sutter had the lone goal on Monday for the Penguins, who lost consecutive home games for the first time since dropping their first two home tilts of the season. Vokoun, who made his ninth straight start in goal for Pittsburgh, was pulled less than 15 minutes in after giving up three goals on 12 shots and will start again tonight. Marc- Andre Fleury, who was replaced by Vokoun in the quarterfinals and playing for the first time since May 7, gave up three goals on 17 shots in relief. "Were going to Boston and we have to win Game 3," said Pittsburgh head coach Dan Bylsma. "This team has won a lot of hockey games and its a good team. We certainly didnt play anywhere near what were capable of and thats got to be our focus." This is the first series between Boston and Pittsburgh since 1992, and the Bruins are aiming to eliminate the Pens from the postseason for the first time since 1980. The Pens and Bruins have split four all-time series in the postseason. Game 4 of this series is scheduled for Friday in Boston. ' ' '