Daily Roundup: April 3, 2013

  • Buffalo ends Pittsburgh Penguins' winning streak at 15 games | NHL
    Playing without injured captain Sidney Crosby, the host Pittsburgh Penguins lost to the Buffalo Sabres 4-1 to end their winning streak at 15 games.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins' 15-Game Win Streak Snapped with Loss vs. Buffalo Sabres
    With a 4-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres , the Pittsburgh Penguins ' NHL -best streak of 15 consecutive wins has come to a close. In their first full game without NHL points leader Sidney Crosby , the Penguins failed to move the puck or find the back of the net on a consistent basis. Even though new acquisition Jarome Iginla netted his first goal as a Penguin, Pittsburgh had no answer for Buffalo's …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins Have 15-Game Win Streak Snapped By Buffalo Sabres
    The Pittsburgh Penguins lost Sidney Crosby on Saturday, and on Tuesday the team lost its 15-game winning streak. Just three days after the team’s captain left the game after taking a puck to the face, the Penguins were easily handled by the bottom-dwelling Buffalo Sabres 4-1. In the game the Sabres chased goalie Thomas Vokoun […] Pittsburgh Penguins Have 15-Game Win Streak Snapped By Buffalo …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Buffalo Sabres: Live Score, Updates and Analysis
    Riding a 15-game winning streak, which began with a 7-6 win over Northeast Division leading Montreal on March 2, the Pittsburgh Penguins face a depleted Buffalo Sabres team at home Tuesday night. The Sabres are without Thomas Vanek and Ville Leino due to injuries, and defenseman Robyn Regehr who was traded to the Los Angeles Kings on Monday. Regardless, Buffalo finds itself just five points out …
  • Anatomy of the Pittsburgh Penguins' Amazing Winning Streak
    The Pittsburgh Penguins finished the month of March with a perfect 15-0 record. This helped them become the first team in NHL history with an undefeated month in which at least 10 games were played. They are now three wins away from breaking the NHL record for the most consecutive victories (17), which oddly enough was set by the Penguins during the 1992-93 season. If the Penguins defeat the …

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