All it took was for the Islanders to come to town without their three best players. The Pens still look terribly sloppy. Hopefully, it doesn’t take much longer before they begin to gel.
Brent Johnson looked good again. I certainly am not a Fleury basher, but Johnson has the only victories. I like Fleury and I think he is the guy, b [...]
For just the fourth time in Penguin history, the Pens have started the season 0-3 at home. The other three times that happened, it was somewhat expected. This year in the brand new CEC it was not. All three losses have been earned in basically the same fashion — poor passing, poor puck management, poor powerplays, and poor goalt [...]
14 shots on goal….4 goals
….and I am not necessarily blaming Fleury
Why can’t the Pens play with the same intensity that they have with one minute remaining and down by a goal, for any other part of the game?
The difference between a winning team and a losing team is the difference between Clarke MacArthur burying a nice pas [...]
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ final piece from the Ryan Whitney trade, Eric Tangradi has appeared to have finally landed for good.
Here are some hockey adjectives that have been used by people in the hockey world to describe the rookie power forward from of all places Philadelphia: high hockey IQ, gritty, net front presence, intense, and de [...]
As disheartning as it may have been to see the Pens lose their first two games at the CEC, it was that much of a relief that they beat the New Jersey Devils yesterday afternoon. The Pens lost all 8 games against the Devils last season, so it is like getting that perverbial monkey off your back by beating the Devils last night.
The bad news [...]
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We all get it, hockey is a business. But, this isn’t the team that Mario bought out of bankruptcy in 1999. This team is making money. The team had their billionth (OK, I forget the exact number) consecutive sellout on Saturday night. A coupl [...]