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Daily Roundup: October 8, 2015

  • Sutter experiment works in Canucks 5-1 season-opening win over Flames
    The 26-year-old, acquired in a trade from the Pittsburgh Penguins in July, scored a pretty goal and added an assist in the regular-season opener for both clubs at Scotiabank Saddledome. Daniel Sedin had a goal and two assists with captain Henrik also …
  • Galchenyuk gives Canadiens boost in opener
    Montreal struggled to score last season. It finished 18th in goals with 221, tied with the Pittsburgh Penguins for fewest among the 16 teams that made the Stanley Cup Playoffs. “No. 1, I look forward to watching his progress as a player in this league …
  • Preview: Penguins at Stars
    The Pittsburgh Penguins wasted little time creating the biggest splash of the offseason by acquiring five-time 30-goal scorer Phil Kessel. The 28-year-old forward will make his debut with two-time Hart Trophy winner Sidney Crosby and company when the …
  • 2015-16 Pittsburgh Penguins roster breakdown
    The Penguins staggered to a 1-4-1 finish during the final week of the 2014-15 regular season, sneaking into the playoffs by beating the NHL’s worst team, Buffalo, in Game No. 82. Their postseason stay was predictably brief, however, as the New York …
  • 6-foot-5 Sestito looking toplay his way onto Penguins
    At 6-foot-5, and 228 pounds, Sestito is hard to miss. The 28-year-old enforcer signed a professional tryout contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins this offseason. When Pittsburgh made the decision to keep Bobby Farnham as its main agitator, Sestito was …
  • Penguins-Stars Preview
    In Phil Kessel, the Pittsburgh Penguins have another superstar to help them pursue their first Stanley Cup in seven seasons. The Dallas Stars have a couple of key additions who have some more recent experience in lifting that prized trophy. Patrick Sharp …
  • Pittsburgh Penguins’ Ben Lovejoy Needs To Get Out Of His Own Way
    GM Jim Rutherford earned the right to be called crazy like a fox for plotting trades that brought Phil Kessel to the Pittsburgh Penguins without mortgaging too much of their future, and got consistently inconsistent Brandon Sutter off Pittsburgh’s …
  • Leafs Mistake Possibly Means a Penguins Cup
    Phil Kessel is a beast. It’s too bad the Toronto Maple Leafs did not fully appreciate what they had. They traded Kessel to the Pittsburgh Penguins and immediately made the Pens even more legitimate contenders to win the Stanley Cup. Sure the Leafs are in …
  • Penguins' Dupuis out at least a month
    The Pittsburgh Penguins announced Tuesday that forward Pascal Dupuis will miss four to five weeks with a lower-body injury unrelated to a blood clot that forced him to miss most of last season. Dupuis, 36, was injured late in practice Sunday, according to …

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