Daily Roundup: August 23, 2013

  • The 5 Biggest Villains in Pittsburgh Penguins History
    Since it is the only major sport in North America that allows fighting to settle disputes, one could argue that hockey is made for villains. As with any team, the Pittsburgh Penguins have had their share of villains, and given the frustrating ends to their playoff runs the past couple of years, the list may continue to grow. Because of the NHL 's realignment this offseason, the Pens will now be …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins, National Hockey League of Nations
    (Ed. Note: Welcome to the Puck Daddy 2013 summer project, the National Hockey League of Nations. We’ve recruited 30 writers/blogs to identify the best player in their favorite team’s history for each major nationality that creates the fabric of our … Continue reading ?
  • Penguins’ Dan Bylsma: Don’t Call Me A Players’ Coach
    Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma joins Bob Pompeani as this month's Legend For The Fan.
  • NHL preseason: Four teams to hold rookie tournament in London, Ont.
    The Chicago Blackhawks , Ottawa Senators , Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Maple Leafs will be competing in a rookie tournament in London, Ontario this September, all four teams announced on Thursday. Each team will participate in three games, which will be held at Budweiser Gardens, the home of the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League. The rookie tournament will be held from Sept. 5-8 …
  • Douglas Murray, Canadiens agree to one slow, nearly immobile year
    It took a while for Douglas Murray to sign with another NHL team, which is understandable when you consider he made Hal Gill look like Usain Bolt last season while playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Murray signed a 1-year, 1-way … Continue reading ?

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