Pittsburgh Penguins: With Rob Scuderi Out, Defense Must Adjust Again
The Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Carolina Hurricanes last night by the score of 3-1, and did so without their biggest free agent acquisition, Rob Scuderi. Scuderi was injured in the first period of their Saturday matchup against the Toronto Maple [...]
Amazing Performance of Craig Anderson Leads Senators to Get a Point Against Penguins
The Ottawa Senators truly did not deserve to go to overtime with the Pittsburgh Penguins. There is no reason to think that they would have, watching most of the game, which was at times very one-sided. Pittsburgh had most of the action in [...]
Pittsburgh Penguins Still Striving for Consistency
When a team has 76 points, sits atop the Metropolitan Division as well as the Eastern Conference and has only lost four hockey games on home ice this season, one would think that consistency isn’t a problem. However, the flip [...]
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Who Won Pittsburgh Penguins-Dallas Stars 2010-11 Trade?
In the 2010-11 NHL season, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Dallas Stars made a trade. The Penguins were in desperate need of a scoring winger and the Stars needed some scoring talent on their backend. The trade was a no-brainer for [...]
Pittsburgh Penguins: Would You Rather Have P.K. Subban or Kris Letang?
It must be a thing to do in the city of Pittsburgh, or at least among its sports fans. When quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is having a bad game, everyone wants to see the team’s backup in as the new starter. [...]
Pittsburgh Penguins Fans’ Love-Hate Relationship With Kris Letang Continues
When the Pittsburgh Penguins extended Kris Letang‘s contract last season, it was a controversial move that was highly debated amongst the fan base. Many people thought the price tag was too high and that the money used on Letang could [...]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby Putting the ‘Best Player In the World’ Debate to Bed
Think back to 2009. When it came to who was the best hockey player in the world the debate came down to two players: Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals. The two would [...]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ Brian Gibbons Starting to Resemble Marty Straka
Over the last few months, the Pittsburgh Penguins have been calling up rookie after rookie. We have seen our share of promising forwards, gritty fourth-liners and solid blue-liners. Of all of the young talent that has been summoned to this [...]
Edmonton Oilers Pull Huge Upset and Humble Pittsburgh Penguins
There isn’t much doubt about whether or not the Pittsburgh Penguins are a good team. They lead everyone else in the Eastern Conference by 8 points and the Metropolitan Division by 16 points. Take a glance down at the Edmonton [...]
James Neal’s Olympic Snub Good for Pittsburgh Penguins, Bad for Team Canada
Sometimes all a player in sports needs is something to motivate them. When this happens, many times these players step up their games to a higher level. We all know the story about how Tiger Woods had a poster of [...]