Daily Roundup: January 17, 2013

  • Black edges White 5-4 in Penguins scrimmage
    Matt Cooke scored twice to lead the Black team to a 5-4 shootout over the White team in a Pittsburgh Penguins intrasquad scrimmage on Wednesday.
  • Several teams face pressure to win Stanley Cup in lockout-shortened season
    In this photo taken Jan. 14, 2013, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby smiles during NHL hockey practice at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. The headaches are gone. Finally.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Keven Veilleux suspended 10 games for racial slur in ECHL
    Keven Veilleux, 23, is a 2007 NHL draft pick of the Pittsburgh Penguins, having spent the three seasons with their AHL affiliate in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. He missed 2011-12 with a knee injury, and is rehabbing with the Wheeling Nailers of the … Continue reading ?
  • Five players to watch in the 2012-13 NHL season
    (Reuters) – Five players to watch in the 2012-13 National Hockey League (NHL) season which starts on Saturday: – - SIDNEY CROSBY, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS After appearing in just 28 games last season because of concussion-like symptoms, the NHL's biggest name is fired up to show what he can do at full strength. The return of the former league scoring leader, who will team up with reigning NHL most …
  • NHL-Five players to watch in the 2012-13 NHL season
    Jan 16 (Reuters) – Five players to watch in the 2012-13 National Hockey League (NHL) season which starts on Saturday: – - SIDNEY CROSBY, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS After appearing in just 28 games last season because of concussion-like symptoms, the NHL's biggest name is fired up to show what he can do at full strength. The return of the former league scoring leader, who will team up with reigning NHL …
  • NHL MVP Malkin returns to Penguins healthy, happy
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — While the rest of his Pittsburgh Penguins teammates got taped up before practice on Tuesday, Evgeni Malkin ducked off to the side and picked up a couple of personal items that'd been waiting for him during his four-month working vacation in his native Russia.

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