A little over a month ago, Marc-Andre Fleury was asked about his future plans and responded by stating that he would prefer to end his career in Pittsburgh. A free agent at season’s end, Fleury reiterated his love for the city, fans, team, and coaching staff. Marc-Andre Fleury said all the things you’d expect Marc-Andre Fleury to say.
Today, GM Jim Rutherford was...
All Hallows’ Eve is still more than a week away, but the Pittsburgh Penguins have kicked off the festivities early. Evgeni Malkin uploaded photos from the annual Penguins’ Halloween party Sunday night.
In case Philadelphia Flyers fans didn’t have enough reasons to hate him, Sidney Crosby decided to go as the city’s beloved character, Rocky Balboa. Perhaps Crosby was trying...
Welcome to HotTake Tuesday, yinz! Today we’ll be covering some topics in the beginning of the post and get to your questions in the latter half. So grab a nice hot cup of coffee, sit back, dig in, and enjoy this week’s serving of HotTakes.
Pascal Dupuis: How much does he mean to the makeup of this team?
Richter: In some ways, Dupuis might be the most important guy on...
The Wilkes- Barre Scranton Penguins, AHL affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins, rained on the St. John’s IceCaps, AHL affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets, parade as they defeated them in a 2-1 OT triumph during the home opener on at Mile One Centre on Friday. Reid McNeill scored the overtime winner for the Penguins, and snapped them out of a two game losing streak.
The WBS Penguins...
By: Meesh Shanmugam (Sorry for the delay this game!)
Pens 3 Islanders 1
Malkin (2) (PP) from Crosby, Hornqvist
Hornqvist (3) (PP) from Malkin, Letang
Hornqvist (4) (EN), from Kunitz, Crosby
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Downie (high-sticking): Careless (tries to protect himself on a hit from Hamonic, but gets his stick into Hamonic’s face...
Editor’s Note: This fantasy hockey feature will run each Monday on NESN.com. It will showcase which players fantasy owners should sit and start on their team. We also will post a weekly fantasy recap each Sunday highlighting the stars, duds and best waiver wire pickups.
Fantasy hockey is in full swing and it’s important to start the season strong to avoid playing catch up in...
When the lockout ended and the salary cap was implemented prior to the 2005-06 season, the Pittsburgh Penguins were in a very different place than they are right now. They were awful on the ice, having gone 22-46-14; "good" for 58 points and a second to last place finish in the NHL. Their team payroll of $23.1 million was well below the $39 million salary cap and not much...
Sidney Crosby, arguably the best hockey player in the world, plays for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins and their fans don’t like the Philadelphia Flyers, and the feeling is quite mutual. Flyers fans have a particularly strong hatred for Crosby. With that in mind, do you think Sid the Kid dressing as Rocky Balboa for...Read More
Halloween is always a good time to catch your favorite athletes dressed as semi-boring costumes, unless they drift into the racist end of the pool (looking at you, Raffi Torres). Or if you’re Sidney Crosby, you use your costume to possibly troll your arch enemy. Check out the picture below, from the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Halloween party this weekend:
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The Pittsburgh Penguins took on the undefeated New York Islanders on Saturday night. It was a close game heading into the third period when one of the newest Penguin Steve Downie laid a hit on Frans Nielsen that is our Hit of the Night!
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from Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review,
Pouring coffee with Penguins head equipment manager Dana Heinze can be a revealing experience.
First, grab a Styrofoam cup, black or gold with the Penguins logo on the side. Heinze packs these for road trips and insists the Penguins are the only NHL team that travels with logo-covered cups.
But don't dare put cream...
That awkward moment when people realize the Penguins are doing just fine without James Neal.
It is early, but Patric Hornqvist is doing just fine in replacing James Neal. Against the Isles, he fired 12 shots , added the game winning goal, and game sealing empty net goal. He didn’t ruin any powerplays by taking a dumb penalty. He didn’t come unglued when someone hit him. Patric...
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis returned to practice today, less than 24 hours after leaving the ice on a stretcher. The USA Today is reporting that Dupuis participated in conditioning activities with trainers during the Friday morning skate.#457114862 / gettyimages.comPhoto proof that Pascal Dupuis is here and is skating on @CONSOLEnergyCtr ice. pic.twitter.com/NDfeVVvqsT—...
Pascal Dupuis skated this morning and apparently is OK after taking a 75 MPH slap-shot to the back of his neck last night against Dallas.
From the Pens Twitter account…
Photo proof that Pascal Dupuis is here and is skating on @CONSOLEnergyCtr ice. pic.twitter.com/NDfeVVvqsT
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) October 17, 2014
If you also take into account that it only took around...
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By: Meesh Shanmugam
Stars 3 Pens 2
Crosby (4) (PP) from Malkin, Kunitz
Kunitz (2) (PP) from Letang, Hornqvist
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Despres (interference) – Unnecessary (hits Cole a second too late after he plays the puck away)
Hornqvist (tripping) – Careless (gets his stick into Spezza’s skates in the offensive zone, taking him...