Daily Roundup: March 27, 2014

  • Pittsburgh Penguins' 5 Most Impressive Individual Performances in 2013-14
    The NHL season is the most grueling in all of sports. Baseball players take part in more contests, but they aren't nearly as physically demanding. Tack on the possibility of playing through four seven-game series en route to the Stanley Cup, and it's clear that hockey is a team game. One forward can't win the whole thing by himself, and it's impossible for a goalie to score enough goals to make …
  • Kris Letang gets to decide if and when he plays again
    It's been just over a week since Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang rejoined his teammates at practice after suffering a stroke on Jan. 29. After finishing a blood-thinner treatment and further evaluation from doctors, he's been cleared to play again; but the decision on when he returns to the lineup is now solely with him.
  • Coyotes stun erratic Penguins 3-2
    The Pittsburgh Penguins' spot in the postseason is assured. The Phoenix Coyotes are living much more dangerously. For long stretches during Phoenix's 3-2 win on Tuesday night, it certainly looked like the other way around. Pouncing on a series of sloppy mistakes by the suddenly erratic Penguins, the Coyotes picked up two vital points in the chase for the eighth-seed in the Western Conference …

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