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Penguins History: When Durby and Battleship Ruled

I was going about my business last Tuesday when a good friend, Tom Blanciak, reminded me that it was the 44th anniversary of one of the most epic games in Penguins history. Given that it’s All-Star weekend and there isn’t a whole lot to write about, I thought I’d take a trip down memory lane. So step into the WABAC Machine with me and enjoy t [...]

Penguins Update: It Could Work!

“It…could…work!” Actor Gene Wilder, playing frazzle-haired Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (that’s Fronk-un-STEEN) in the all-time comedy classic Young Frankenstein, shouted those very words during a wild-eyed moment of clarity when he realized his grandfather’s efforts to restore life to the dead might bear fruit. After witnessing the [...]

Penguins Poised for Playoff Push?

I confess…I didn’t watch the Penguins’ 4-1 triumph over Detroit yesterday afternoon. I was busy with mundane stuff…digging out my car from the previous night’s snow, going out for an invigorating if uber-frosty walk, running errands, etc. However, from watching the highlights and reading game summaries (including Other Rick’s always colorful [...]

The Penguins Big Three

The “Big Three” met at PPG Paints Arena this afternoon to the dismay of Detroit fans. No, I am not talking about Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill, but I am talking about and American, Russian, and a Canadian (Part of the British Commonwealth at the time). Phil Kessel, Evgeni Malkin, and Sidney Crosby put the Penguins 3-peat dreams on their ba [...]

Penguins Tumble to New Low

The date was February 8, 2016. On that chilly Monday evening, the Penguins—still transforming under new coach Mike Sullivan—gave a delicious preview of what was in store. Displaying an astonishing blend of supreme skill and withering speed, they torched a very good Anaheim team, 6-2, at Consol Energy Center. To gain a little perspective, the [...]

Penguins Update: Newbies Fitting In

It’s taken a little while. Over a third of the season, to be precise. But it looks like the Penguins’ newcomers are finally beginning to feel at home. Indeed, Matt Hunwick, Ryan Reaves and Riley Sheahan are showing definite signs that they’ve grown more comfortable with their new surroundings, not to mention coach Mike Sullivan’s up-tempo sty [...]

            

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