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I will admit up front that I found the Penguins’ pre-season uninspiring except to see some of the new talent and who of the old roster had departed. It was an awful feeling because hockey had me hooked when I was about 5 years old watching Hockey Night in Canada perched on my old man’s knee.… Continue Reading

Getting Even

The Penguins-Rangers series is beginning to stack up a history not unlike the old Penguins-Capitals runs. Last post-season, the Rangers put the Penguins to shame. This year, given the super hot start under the new system falling to a barely tepid end of the regular season, the Penguins showed Saturday night that they were not yet… Continue Reading


In the News

Daily Roundup: February 14, 2016

  • Artemi Panarin back in lineup for Blackhawks vs. Ducks
    Zolnierczyk, 28, appeared in 59 games in parts of four seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Islanders.
  • Fine times at Pittsburgh Winery
    Michigan-bred and now New York-based rocker Andrew W.K. appeared at Consol Energy Center last Wednesday, celebrating the fact the Pittsburgh Penguins have made his 2001 song “Party Hard” the official anthem played whenever the Penguins score a goal.
  • Penguins edge 'Canes in shootout
    Carolina Hurricanes’ Kris Versteeg (32) handles the puck as teammate Noah Hanifin (5), Pittsburgh Penguins’ Tom Kuhnhackl (34), of Germany, and Penguins’ Bryan Rust (17) follow during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, N.C., Friday …
  • Kessel and Fleury Lead Penguins Through Snorefest
    Cam Ward, who is a bad goalie, continues to play well against the Pittsburgh Penguins for some reason. It was the second consecutive game which had minimal entertainment value. Both the Rangers and Hurricanes games this week left a lot to be desired on the …
  • Defense leads Rangers to win over Penguins
    Lundqvist made 34 saves in Wednesday’s win. A flawless cocktail of secondary scoring and stellar goaltending helped the Rangers keep pace with the Penguins for just Pittsburgh’s second loss in eight games. New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30 …

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