Daily Roundup: April 18, 2013

  • Canadiens fall 6-4 to Penguins
    The Pittsburgh Penguins were missing Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Paul Martin and James Neal but they didn't miss a beat as they completed a three-game season sweep of the Canadiens with a 6-4 victory Thursday at the Consol Energy Center.
  • Penguins stop Canadiens, close in on No. 1 seed
    PITTSBURGH — Going into Wednesday's game with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Montreal Canadiens still had a mathematical chance of catching Pittsburgh for the first seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins: Which Players Will Leave in the Offseason?
    The Pittsburgh Penguins pretty much cleared out the rental section of the NHL store at this year’s trade deadline. Jarome Iginla, Douglas Murray and Brenden Morrow are all players whose contracts will expire at the end of this season.  In my view, though, not every player with an expiring contract will be out the door.  Indeed, Pittsburgh will prioritize several players with an eye toward …
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    Pittsburgh Penguins left wing Brenden Morrow (10) celebrates his goal in the first period of an NHL hockey game against the Montreal Canadiens in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
  • Penguins 6, Canadiens 4
    PITTSBURGH — Going into Wednesday's game with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Montreal Canadiens still had a mathematical chance of catching Pittsburgh for the first seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
  • Montreal Canadiens vs. Pittsburgh Penguins: Live Score, Updates & Analysis
    We're underway at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh as the No. 1 seeded Pittsburgh Penguins face off with the second seeded Montreal Canadiens in a potential Eastern Conference Finals preview. This game carries significantly more weight for the Canadiens who hold a flimsy one-point lead over Northeast Rival Boston for the division lead. If the Bruins overcome Montreal in that hotly …

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