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Pittsburgh Penguins vs Columbus Blue Jackets 2014 Playoff Predictions

The Pittsburgh Penguins start the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs against a Columbus Blue Jackets team who have played in the NHL for 14 years and have yet to win a playoff game.  Should be a slam dunk right? We’ve put together an incredible group of writers to predict how the series will pan out and at the same time throw [...]

Pittsburgh Penguins vs New York Islanders 2013 Playoff Predictions

When the puck drops Wednesday night in downtown Pittsburgh you can throw the 15 game win streak, the finishing first in the Eastern Conference and the Penguins beating the Islanders four out of the 5 games played this season out the window. Get rid of the pre-conceived notion that the New York Islanders are just going to roll over and hand th [...]

Breaking Down the NHL’s Offer

This is by no means the end of the lockout.  This is the starting point for serious negotiations.  Finally.  The league kept saying that it was on the PA to present an offer.  I suspect that the NHL could have presented this offer in June or July and started the season on time, but hoped that the PA would crack.  So don’t go celebrating [...]

Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers 2012 Playoff Predictions

We have a saying here at PenguinPoop that “We have more hockey knowledge in our body than you have in your entire pinky“, that just being a little humor and all, the “body” of people writing here at PenguinPoop have probably been to more Penguins games than any other collection of Pittsburgh Penguins’ writers on the internet.  Two of us have [...]

Winnipeg Loves Sid

This is just too great not to post.  From last night’s Winnipeg vs. Washington game…  

Follow Up: Derek Boogaard

At the start if the season, I did a look at those the hockey world tragically lost in 2011, including Derek Boogaard.  In early December, The New York Times ran a three-part series that had spent six months looking at the life and death of the NHL enforcer. It’s worth the time to read the lengthy pieces as the debate continues over what [...]

            

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