A couple of games back Phil Krundle, esteemed founding father of PenguinPoop, opined that the Penguins seem to do a better job of getting pucks and bodies to the net when our defensemen join the attack.
It got my nerdy side to thinkin’. Is there any correlation between production from the defense and wins? I also was curious to see how [...]
It’s the white elephant in the locker room. One that simply won’t go away.
Who should start in goal for the Penguins in Game Five, incumbent Matt Murray or veteran Marc-Andre Fleury?
Pens coach Mike Sullivan went to great lengths to absolve Murray of any blame for his team’s recent losses in Nashville.
“We haven’t lost games because of our g [...]
We’ve got a fight on our hands. A full-blown brawl, in fact.
Looking every bit our equal, the Nashville Predators—fueled by a lethal combination of timely scoring and clutch goaltending—toppled our Penguins, 4-1, in Game Four to even the Stanley Cup Final series at 2-2.
So much for those victory parade plans, at least for the near future.
Unlike the king-sized catfish that landed with a splat on the otherwise pristine Bridgestone Arena ice before the opening faceoff, the Penguins let Game Three of the Stanley Cup Final wriggle off the hook.
It was theirs for the taking. After scoring the opening goal on a hustling second-effort tally by Jake Guentzel—his 13th of this magical p [...]
I confess. When the Penguins beat Nashville in Game Two on Wednesday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final, I started feeling giddy about our chances to repeat as champions.
Then I was reminded that the last team to have a shot at winning back-to-back Cups had gone up 2-zip as well. Indeed, the Detroit Red Wings defeated our Pens [...]
Go back in time with me to the night of October 30, 1974. Considered on the downside of a brilliant boxing career, 32-year-old Muhammad Ali faced heavyweight champ George Foreman, a murderous puncher who’d kayoed 37 of 40 professional opponents.
Few gave Ali a chance against the powerful Foreman, undefeated and seven years his junior. Those w [...]