Pens’ fans breathed a collective sigh of relief yesterday compliments of this blog post by Seth Rorabaugh:
An apology – 11-08-10
Monday, November 08, 2010 06:26 PM Written by Seth Rorabaugh
Last week, I posted an entry on thepensblog.com that gave the false impression that Post-Gazette management was considering eliminating the Em [...]
In case you haven’t heard by now, a Pens fan favorite is in trouble. Late Thursday night, Seth Rorabaugh made the announcement via Twitter that the future of his Empty Netters blog is in jeopardy. While he did not reveal the reason, he did say that he has a meeting with some of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette management on Monday about the futu [...]
Head Coach Dan Bylsma has taken a seriously innovative step in creating a very different type of powerplay here in Pittsburgh and even though the numbers are not there right now, if you give it time, it could become one of the best ever. The Pittsburgh powerplay has a problem like no other in the NHL. How do you find space for two of the lea [...]
As of November 4th, the Penguins are a .500 hockey team. With the way that they have played so far this season, they are lucky to be at .500. To put the 13 points that they have so far this season in perspective, they are only four points ahead of the New Jersey Devils in the standings, and the Devils have been absolutely horrible. Why ar [...]
There is an interesting thing going on in the NHL right now. Teams like Chicago and Montreal are letting go the goaltenders that made their post seasons successful. First Montreal traded away Jaroslav Halak for two minor leaguers, Halak being the goaltender who not only beat the Penguins in game seven of the playoffs last season, he also ende [...]
The Penguins are 6-5-1 through their first twelve games. They have been short of a completely healthy lineup by at least two players and as many as four players throughout the entire beginning stretch. It appeared that Staal was going to play Wednesday in Dallas. Word is now that he suffered an upper body injury at practice today. Neither [...]
Picture of the Pittsburgh Penguins 3rd jersey used in the 2011 Winter Classic at Heinz Field:
*Update… It’s Official!
The Penguins third jersey this year is the same powder blue jerseys from last year, with the exception of the Winter Classic game and two others. The jersey the Penguins will be wearing for the Winter Clas [...]
The way the first period was going, I thought the Pens might score like 10 goals in this game. Unfortunately, I thought Tampa Bay might score 6 or 7. The way Pens moved the puck on their first power play was magical. I could have watched that all night. On the other hand, Fleury seemed to be very shaky. He let in the first shot he faced, [...]
As we near the end of the first month of the season, let’s take a look at the Eastern Conference. Fifteen teams, eight will make the playoffs and seven will not. You only have to look back to last year to see the importance of every point. The Flyers got into the playoffs on their last game of the season by winning a shootout. Then [...]
If you follow us on Twitter, you have already seen these pictures. Or you might have seen the tweets on our Twitter feed on the right hand side of our site. But, since I’m sure some of you are wondering what Twitter is or cursing it as you read this, I’m posting it here as well.
Phil Krundle, Reg Dunlop, Champ Kind, and their b [...]