Daily Roundup: December 7, 2013

  • The Most Disappointing Pittsburgh Penguins So Far in 2013-14
    Although the Pittsburgh Penguins are off to a fast start with a record of 20-9-1 and currently sit in first place atop the Metropolitan Division, not everything has gone according to plan for head coach Dan Bylsma .  While players such as Chris Kunitz and James Neal are on pace for career years, other players who were counted to as important key roles are off to slow starts and have …
    Pittsburgh Penguins' Sidney Crosby (87) skates in to celebrate James Neal's (18), third from left, with Evgeni Malkin (71) and Kris Letang (58) as New York Islanders' Travis Hamonic (3) and Michael Grabner (40) react in the second period of an NHL hockey game on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, in Uniondale, N.Y.
  • Penguins-Bruins Preview
    The Pittsburgh Penguins had no problems beating one fellow Stanley Cup contender in their latest game despite the absence of Evgeni Malkin. They'd love to see the same scenario unfold Saturday night in Boston. With Malkin on the shelf again, the Penguins will try to extend their winning streak to six against a Bruins team that handed them their most recent defeat. Pittsburgh (20-9-1) found out …

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