Earlier in the season the Penguins lost six games in a row. All the talk around Pittsburgh was about how the Penguins wouldn’t make the playoffs and who should be traded. After losing the six in a row the Penguins went and won eight games in a row. Going into last game the Penguins had lost six playoff games in a row. The Flyers got [...]
Don’t let these Flyers fool you. Flyers GM Paul Holmgren and coach Peter Laviolette have gone about rebuilding the team from the ground up. They started by removing the characters and keeping the players with character. In the off season they added and paid heavily for a player to come in that brought playoff experience. Not only did h [...]
Have you ever wondered how the bitter rivalry between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers got started? Published author & PenguinPoop blogger Rick Buker takes a look at the rivalry in his special six-part history of the feud.
Penguins-Flyers Rivalry Part 1: Roots (1925-1967)
Penguins-Flyers Rivalry Part 2: The Early Years ( [...]
We have a saying here at PenguinPoop that “We have more hockey knowledge in our body than you have in your entire pinky“, that just being a little humor and all, the “body” of people writing here at PenguinPoop have probably been to more Penguins games than any other collection of Pittsburgh Penguins’ writers on the internet. Two of us have [...]