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Senators Chill Hot Penguins 8-4

00ppfront Entering Saturday night’s contest with the Penguins at Scotiabank Place, the backpedaling Ottawa Senators had lost three straight, including an embarrassing 5-1 shellacking at the hands of Montreal on Friday. They were in desperate need of a win, not to mention some offense (nine goals in their past six games). Remarkably, the high-flying Pen [...]

Crosby’s return hasn’t lifted everyone’s stats

00ppfront They say a rising tide lifts all boats, and there hasn’t been a bigger tidal wave around here than the return of Sidney Crosby after a three and a half month absence.  Not that the Penguins weren’t playing well before he returned, they were having won 12 out of their previous 14 games, and it’s not like they weren’t sc [...]

Penguins Maul Predators 5-1

Sidney Crosby When the Nashville Predators rolled into town to take on the Penguins in a big cross-conference tilt on Thursday evening, all eyes were focused on an intriguing matchup between Marc-Andre Fleury and the Preds’ equally gifted Pekka Rinne. However, the battle of the league’s winningest goalies proved to be no contest. Paced by Fleury’s 29 [...]

Penguins Update: Cooke Reclaims Lost Season

00ppfront When Penguins winger Matt Cooke received his team’s Masterton Trophy nomination last Saturday, it provided a well-deserved moment of vindication. Indeed, few players in the annals of hockey history have undergone a more dramatic transformation than the former Public Enemy No. 1. “I’m honored,” he told Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Revie [...]

Big Guns Roar as Penguins Pound Jets 8-4

James Neal Hat Trick Two days after swallowing perhaps their most bitter defeat of the season at the hands of archenemy Philadelphia, the Penguins vented their considerable frustration Tuesday night on the poor Winnipeg Jets. The result was a resounding 8-4 victory before another sellout throng at CONSOL Energy Center. There was no shortage of heroes for the home [...]

Thursday’s game against Predators could now be more difficult for the Penguins

00ppfront Former NHL Wunderkind, Alexander Radulov, who bolted from Nashville to the KHL three years ago has come to an agreement with his Russian team, Ufa Salavat Yulayev, to be let out of his contract so that he can return to the NHL. He is still property of the Nashville Predators, and if all goes well with his return to the USA, he could be in the [...]

Video: Flyers Bear Hug Their Way to Win Over Penguins

Flyers Bear Hug Their Way to Win Over Penguins All of these clips were within the last 5 minutes of the game or overtime. Not 1 of these were called penalties.   I didn’t have time to get all of the “Hugs” from the rest of the game. Both Crosby and Malkin had the puck, both refs watching. The Crosby “Hug” was within 10 feet of the referee, you can see the ref [...]

Flyers Stun Penguins 3-2 in Overtime

00ppfront Just when it seemed as if the Penguins might never lose another game, the bottom fell out against the archrival Flyers at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday. After piling up a two-goal lead (not to mention a 27-10 advantage in shots) through 40 minutes of play, the Pens watched as the Flyers roared back to snatch a 3-2 victory on Scott Hartnell’s d [...]

Penguins Update: Dupuis Simply Super

00ppfront I’ll never forget the day (Feb. 26, 2008 to be exact) when the Penguins acquired Marian Hossa and Pascal Dupuis from Atlanta at the trade deadline for Colby Armstrong, Erik Christensen, Angelo Esposito, and a draft pick. A friend asked me what I thought of the trade. Being a huge Armstrong fan, I frowned and said, “I don’t like it.” (I’m not [...]

Piping-Hot Penguins Demolish Devils 5-2

00ppfront Entering Saturday’s matinee contest with New Jersey on St. Patrick’s Day, the Penguins could be forgiven if they were hoping for a little luck o’ the Irish. After all, victories at the Prudential Center have proven to be more elusive than the proverbial pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. As it turns out, the Pens didn’t need any luck (or go [...]

            

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