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Pittsburgh Penguins and Dallas Stars Trade Two Morrows and Picks

Brandon Morrow The Penguins have traded promising defensive prospect and 2011 first round draft pick Joe Morrow to the Dallas Stars in return for veteran captain of the Stars Brenden Morrow.    The trade reads as this:  Pittsburgh gets Brenden Morrow and Dallas’ 3rd-round pick in 2013 for prospect Joe Morrow and Penguins 5th-round pick 2013. To make r [...]

Penguins Update: Time to Trade Malkin?

pp0111 There was a time when the thought of trading superstar Evgeni Malkin would’ve seemed so preposterous that it wouldn’t have entered my mind. After all, we’re talking about a Hart Trophy winner and two-time NHL scoring champ—a player of such singular brilliance and magnitude that he’s already carved out a prominent place among the pantheon of S [...]

Malkin Injury is Perfect Reason for Penguins to Look for Rentals

Evgeni Malkin If you haven’t heard Malkin has been ruled out of tonight’s game and placed on IR.  As well he should be.  That is of course if the media has correctly speculated he has a shoulder injury or a head injury.  Both of those injuries take more than just a few weeks to heal correctly and both of those injuries are injuries that could a [...]

Penguins Update: Eaton at Home on Penguins’ Defense

eaton The Penguins didn’t hold a special press conference to announce his signing. Nor did his arrival on February 25 create a huge media buzz. Yet when the final puck drops on this lockout-shortened season the addition of defenseman Mark Eaton may well be regarded as one of GM Ray Shero’s savviest moves. Eaton isn’t the type of player who sticks o [...]

Penguins History: Bob Paradise

bob paradise It might come as a surprise for Penguins fans to learn that a Hall-of-Fame defenseman skated for the team in the mid-to-late 1970s. No, it wasn’t shot-blocker extraordinaire Dave Burrows or even Norris Trophy winner Randy Carlyle. His name was Bob Paradise, and he was inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1989. (more… [...]

Pens Comeback Win Against Bs Most Meaningful of the Season

bruins There are few things more gratifying than erasing a four-goal lead against a hated rival on their own ice, then proceeding to go on to beat them. One thing that is better, though, is coming back to win against a team with a suffocating D by watching your game systematically dismantle theirs with a few small tweaks in the waning minutes. Let&# [...]

Black-and-Gold Update: Penguins Show Tons of Heart in Victory Over Philly

Kunitz Celebration They say confession is good for the soul. If so, I must confess here and now that this isn’t my favorite Penguins team. I think they’re too small. They lack defensive structure, especially in their own end. And coach Dan Bylsma seems rigidly resistant to making meaningful adjustments. Still, I couldn’t be more proud of our boys for the way th [...]

Video: Frazer McLaren KO’s Dave Dziurzynski

pp0336 Here is a video of Toronto’s Frazer McLaren fighting Ottawa’s Dave Dziurzynski. McLaren KO’s Dziurzynski, but the scary part is what happens afterwards. Should the NHL ban fighting? When does the NHL step in to protect player safety? As a fan I love fighting in hockey. They police themselves. But then again I never want to [...]

A quick update on Staal Vs. Sutter

Brandon_Sutter_2013-01-18_1 As the Penguins get set to face the Carolina Hurricanes tonight for the first time since the trade last Summer that sent Jordan Staal to Carolina and returned to the Penguins Brandon Sutter and Brian Dumoulin and the draft pick that allowed them to select Derek Pouliot. Let’s take a quick look at how both sides have fared in this trade [...]

Penguins’ Defense Rests

No Vokoun Is it me, or did the Penguins’ 6-5 loss to Philadelphia Wednesday night look eerily familiar? It was almost as if we entered a space/time vortex and were watching a game from last season’s disastrous first-round playoff matchup. The game featured an all-too-familiar script. The Penguins rocketed from the starting gate to snatch a quick lead. [...]

            

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