Pittsburgh Penguins Are Overworking Marc-Andre Fleury
When the Pittsburgh Penguins took the ice on Wednesday night against the Philadelphia Flyers, much of the attention going around was focused on star players including Sidney Crosby, Kris Letang and Evgeni Malkin. But as the game progressed, it became […]
Pittsburgh Penguins Proving the East Isn’t Weak
I have to admit I get sick of hearing NHL analysts and experts talking about how poor the competition is in the Eastern Conference compared to the Western Conference. Some go as far as to say that the East is […]
Jussi Jokinen Becoming A Must Re-Sign For Pittsburgh Penguins
As the Pittsburgh Penguins continue another west coast jaunt against the Los Angeles Kings and the Phoenix Coyotes, you can’t help but realize that the Penguins and GM Ray Shero have found another diamond in the rough. That diamond is […]
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Pittsburgh Penguins’ Penalty Kill Back on Track
The Pittsburgh Penguins (37-14-2) hosted the Buffalo Sabres (14-30-7) on Monday night at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh for the second of three meetings scheduled between the clubs during the 2013-14 season. The Penguins would go on to defeat […]
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 […]
Will the Pittsburgh Penguins Struggle After a Long Olympic Break?
In the game of hockey, momentum is such a huge factor. When a team has it, all they want to do is keep playing and not stop. When a team is firing on all cylinders, every shot seems to go […]
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 […]
Why The Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues Will Play For The Stanley Cup
As we enter the final stretch of games before the Winter Olympics, teams around the NHL are trying to pick up as many points as possible to position themselves for a run at the Stanley Cup. For 28 of those […]
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 […]
Marc-Andre Fleury Deserves Trust From Pittsburgh Penguins Fans
Among Pittsburgh Penguins fans, the word ‘trust’ never is in the same sentence as Marc-Andre Fleury. At least not since the 2009 Stanley Cup Champion team hoisted the holy grail in Detroit. Since that storied playoff run, Fleury has been […]