Daily Roundup: January 3, 2014

  • Islanders win on Okposo's overtime goal
    UNIONDALE, N.Y. — The New York Islanders play the Pittsburgh Penguins only once more this season and will not face the Nashville Predators again until next season. So right winger Kyle Okposo will have to take satisfaction in trying to prove from afar that Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma and Predators general manager David Poile — the head coach and general manager of the U.S. Olympic hockey …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins Awards for the 1st Half of the 2013-14 Season
    If you had to distill the 2013-14 NHL season of the Pittsburgh Penguins down into one word, it'd be perseverance. At this point it seems exhaustive to discuss the injuries that have torn the roster apart on a nightly basis, but no team in the NHL has suffered as many setbacks to their lineup. As of December 31, the Penguins had lost 227 man-games due to injury according to ManGamesLost .com …
  • Pens F Conner out with hand injury
    Pittsburgh Penguins forward Chris Conner is expected to miss the next 6-to-8 weeks with a hand injury which will require surgery.
  • Rangers-Penguins Preview
    The Pittsburgh Penguins haven't lost a game at home in seven weeks. They've also fared well there against the New York Rangers in recent seasons. After splitting a four-game trip, the Penguins can extend their winning streak at Consol Energy Center to 11 on Friday night by earning a fifth consecutive home victory over the Rangers. Two of Pittsburgh's three losses in the last 17 games came while …

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