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An Amazing Piece that Remembers the “Railway Men”

loko3 A piece was written last week like none that I have recently read.  It recounts and pays tribute to Yaroslavl Lokomotiv, the KHL team that was lost in a tragic place crash this September. The details and perspectives offered are like none gained in any of the other pieces written on this tragedy.  I warn you, some parts of the piece are very [...]

Hungry Senators Hammer Penguins 6-4

00ppfront During the first meeting between the Penguins and the Senators in Pittsburgh three weeks ago, Sidney Crosby initiated a nasty skirmish with feisty Ottawa winger Nick Foligno. While the Pens shrugged off the incident as one of those things that occur during the heat of battle, the Sens were hardly in a forgiving mood. “The rules are very clear [...]

Red Wings Checkmate Penguins 4-1

pens vs wings During the Dan Bylsma era, Penguins fans are accustomed to seeing the home team post some gaudy numbers on the CONSOL Energy Center shot clock. However, while preparing his charges for Tuesday night’s clash with Western Conference titan Detroit, the Pens’ coach opted to tighten things up a bit. Indeed, for two periods the contest contained al [...]

More Book Signings: 100 Things Penguins Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die

100 Things Penguins Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die   On Saturday evening, December 17, Rick Buker will be signing copies of his latest book, 100 Things Penguins Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die, at the Pennsbury Pub and Grille (located in Pennsbury Village) from 7 PM-9 PM. The “Molson Girls” will be there, too! “100 Pens” is the perfect gift for that specia [...]

Penguins Profile: The King of Engelland

00ppfront To say Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland came up the hard way would be a vast understatement. Indeed, the rugged rearguard’s path to the National Hockey League was the ultimate test of patience and perseverance. A right-handed shooting defenseman of modest ability but enormous heart, Engelland established himself as a battler with the Moose [...]

Penguins Flatten Islanders 6-3

00ppfront Fresh off a pair of disappointing losses to Boston and Philadelphia, the Penguins entered Saturday night’s contest with the improving New York Islanders in desperate need of a win. A match-up with their favorite patsies proved to be just the right tonic. After spotting the Isles an early two-goal lead, the black and gold stormed back to snatc [...]

The Penguins Need the Old Matt Cooke Back

Matt Cooke Right now 3 or 4 Penguins are sidelined with concussions. After the NHL completely ignored Philadelphia Flyer Zac Rinaldo’s blind side head hit that gave the Penguins defenseman Bob Bortuzzo a concussion, I think it’s time Matt Cooke goes back to playing hockey the way only he knows how. I’m not going to hide from the fact t [...]

Flyers Topple Sid-less Penguins 3-2

00ppfront In an effort to fare better in their quest for a Stanley Cup, the Philadelphia Flyers made wholesale changes over the off-season. Philly GM Paul Holmgren boldly peddled popular stars Jeff Carter and Mike Richards, while inking goalie Ilya Bryzgalov and former Penguins Jaromir Jagr and Max Talbot to lucrative free-agent deals. The changes paid [...]

Video: Making Sense of How the NHL Dishes Out Fines & Suspensions

Video:  Making Sense of How the NHL Dishes Out Fines & Suspensions I know people were upset about John Carlson from the Washington Capitals not getting a suspension or even a hearing for throwing his elbow through Matt Cooke’s head.  So I thought I would make a video to explain how the NHL works to try to dispel fans anger.      (more…)

Penguins History: Ken Schinkel

9schin During the Penguins’ early years the Civic Arena faithful didn’t have a whole lot to cheer about. One of the few bright spots on an otherwise unimposing team was right wing Ken Schinkel. An old-school player who paid his dues during the “Original Six” era, Schinkel was a remarkably consistent performer over the team’s first six seasons. The J [...]

            

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