Pittsburgh Penguins: Jayson Megna Impresses; What Does His Future Hold?
Jayson Megna

In only his second ever NHL game, rookie forward Jayson Megna of the Pittsburgh Penguins left a lasting impression on the Pens’ faithful, scoring his first two points of his career, a goal and an assist. That wasn’t the most […]

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The Pittsburgh Penguins were just about finished wrapping up a victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets last night, one which would’ve given them a 3-1 stranglehold on the opening round series between the two teams. The 3-0 lead they had […]

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Taking a quick break from the playoffs, the nominations for the Calder Trophy, which is awarded to the NHL‘s top rookie, were announced on Wednesday, and there was one name that was surprisingly left off the list. Olli Maatta, the […]

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Sidney Crosby

The Pittsburgh Penguins are not a team that is going to beat you to death with physicality. As much as the patron next to you at the game screams, “Hit somebody!”, that doesn’t mean hitting is what this team needs […]

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Kris Letang

Many fans of the NHL have already penciled in the Pittsburgh Penguins into the second round of the NHL Playoffs due to them drawing the Columbus Blue Jackets in round one. After all, the Blue Jackets have only made the playoffs […]

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Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is coming off one of the best regular seasons of his career. He won 39 games, good for second in the NHL, and his play was a big reason why the Penguins were able to […]

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Some people thought his career was over, while others thought he should take the rest of the season off to evaluate his health; but on Wednesday morning, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced something that their fans have been dying to hear […]

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Sidney Crosby

For some, it was words of joy. For others, it was words of agony. Many remember, though most try to forget, the words that Craig Patrick said at the 2005 NHL entry level draft — “On behalf of Mario Lemieux […]

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