Daily Roundup: December 21, 2012

  • Flyers vs Penguins: 6 Most Memorable Moments from Their Rivalry
    The Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins have one of the best rivalries in hockey. The cross-state foes first played in 1967, and have been bitter rivals ever since. In early years the rivalry was rather one-sided, with the Flyers being one of the NHL's best teams during the 1970s and the Penguins not catching up until selecting Mario Lemieux first overall in 1984.  The rivalry has been …
  • Crosby Held Talks With KHL Team – Malkin
    Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has held talks with Evgeni Malkin's lockout team Metallurg Magnitogorsk, the Russian has said.
  • 4 Pittsburgh Penguins Spending the Lockout Overseas and How They're Skating
    There are only a handful of Pittsburgh Penguins spending their time during the NHL lockout overseas, but a couple of them have been busy dominating their respective competition.  Sidney Crosby has yet to commit to playing overseas, but Evgeni Malkin is one of four Penguins players who wasted no time in doing so. Dustin Jeffrey, Deryk Engelland and Tomas Vokoun are the others.  Malkin, currently …

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