Evgeni Malkin – Pittsburgh Penguins – PenguinPoop Blog

Posts tagged Evgeni Malkin

Penguins Find Winning Recipe

pp0553 Heading into Thanksgiving, our Pittsburgh Penguins may have discovered a winning recipe. Start with a generous portion of production from superstars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. Season with a total-team effort. And voila…a delicious 4-3 overtime victory over St. Louis. A fortnight after serving up a turkey in New Jersey, the Pens gave th [...]

Malkin Shines; Penguins Tame Wild

pp0551 Leave it to Penguins star Evgeni Malkin to put a new spin on an old Teddy Roosevelt quote. Rather than “speak softly and carry a big stick,” as the former U.S. President was fond of saying? How about speak loudly and carry a big stick. Days after expressing his disappointment with the team’s dismal play, Malkin paced the re [...]

Penguins Bedeviled

pp0549 The Mike Johnston Watch has officially restarted. Indeed, in the wake of Saturday’s dismal 4-0 drubbing at the hands of New Jersey—one of the worst inflicted on a Penguins team in years—MJ may want to dust off his resume. Or deny any association with the team. Talk about lifeless. The Penguins could’ve saved ownership some bucks by seeking a [...]

Penguins Johnston Shows Character

pp0547 Few jobs in professional sports come with more pressure—and less security—than coaching in the National Hockey League. Indeed, the average tenure of an NHL head coach is 2.4 years, according to a 2014 study published by Peter Tanner on FiveThirtyEight. Coaching our Penguins? Given the expectations that throb like an extended hangover in the [...]

Penguins Update: The Sprong Conundrum

pp0543 It’s the white elephant in the Penguins’ dressing room. What to do with Daniel Sprong. Keep him? Or send him back to the Quebec League for another year of seasoning. Financial and contractual considerations loom large. If the speedy 6’0″ 180-pounder plays two more games, it’ll lop a year off his entry contract. If he skates in 40 [...]

Penguins Update: Fehr Deal

pp0542 It sure was nice to watch forward Eric Fehr make his black-and-gold debut Saturday night. The Winkler, Alberta native didn’t disappoint, notching a goal and an assist to propel the Penguins to a 4-0 victory over Toronto. A key free-agent pick up, Fehr missed the first 10 games of the campaign due to off-season elbow surgery. Initially expect [...]

Penguins Stun Capitals 3-1

pp0541 A springboard game. That’s what NBCSN analyst Pierre McGuire called Wednesday’s impressive 3-1 Penguins victory over a very good Capitals team on the road. Pierre may be right. A hockey team in search of an identity may have, indeed, found one. It wasn’t so much that the Penguins won as how they won. After failing to convert on an extended 5 [...]

Penguins Update: Decline of a Champion

pp0539 To everything there is a season. While it may seem odd to open a blog post with a Bible verse (Ecclesiastes 3:1), it is appropriate. Everything in our world runs in cycles. The four seasons, for example. Winter, spring, summer, and fall. A time to plant and a time to harvest. The same holds true for hockey teams. They run in cycles, too. Ther [...]

Penguins Update: Power-Play Woes Continue

pp0537 It’s bound to happen. Sooner and later, a puck will glance off of Patric Hornqvist and skitter across the goal line. Or Kris Letang will laser one in from the top of the circle. Or Evgeni Malkin will curl off the half-wall and rip one home. Yes, eventually the black and gold will score a power-play goal. In the meantime, our beloved “Boys of [...]

Penguins Show Moxie

492856814_slide With the wolves of change nipping at their heels, the Pittsburgh Penguins circled the wagons at the Consol Energy Center on Thursday night and slammed the door on an ugly 0-3 start with an impressive 2-0 victory over Ottawa. The turnaround was as stunning as it was unexpected. And most welcome. Everyone contributed. The black and gold got st [...]


Follow PenguinPoop

Shop.NHL.com Outlet

PenguinPoop Unique Visitors