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Daily Roundup: October 13, 2015

  • Penguins hope home ice will help them regain scoring ways
    Well, some of it, anyway. It also will be the first installment of a five-game homestand, the Penguins’ longest run of consecutive games at Consol Energy Center this season. But more than anything, the Penguins’ collision with Montreal at 7:08 tonight …
  • Canadiens vs Penguins: Game preview, start time, & TV schedule
    Tonight, they’ll have to find a way to handle three. Even worse, Pittsburgh has been bleeding scoring chances themselves. Both the Coyotes and Stars advanced on the Penguins’ goal at will, with Pittsburgh relying heavily on Marc-Andre Fleury to keep games …
  • Phil Kessel scores in Penguins' loss to Coyotes
    Mike Smith took a shot to the head in the first period. By the third period, he was doing the splits to turn away the Pittsburgh Penguins. Smith shook off a hard collision to stop 27 shots, Jordan Martinook scored his first career NHL goal and the Arizona …
  • Penguins try to rebound in home opener
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Loaded with high-end offensive talent, the Pittsburgh Penguins are trying to rebound after scoring only goal in two opening road losses. They will host the streaking Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night in the home opener at Consol Energy …
  • Penguins Problems Are Correctable
    The Pittsburgh Penguins have not started the 2015-16 season very well. On the bright side, Phil Kessel is on pace to score 41 goals this season, but the Penguins are as well. Kessel was acquired to score goals and through two games, it’s easy to say that …
  • Penguins vs. Coyotes recap: Pittsburgh's early frustration continues
    “The tie wouldn’t last long, about two game minutes later the Coyotes would strike again. Not sure what Ben Lovejoy is thinking here, trying to lay on the ice, instead of the smarter play of actually playing a man.

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