Found November 29, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Pascal Dupuis might well have been the NHL's best bargain the past few seasons. He had morphed from a reliable, responsible winger whose game was built on a foundation of defense and desire into a top-six winger who was a genuine force at both ends of the ice. And that rise in productivity was not accompanied by a commensurate increase in pay. Sure, Dupuis was making a pretty fair living -- his salary for each of the past two seasons was $1.5 million -- but his pay was far below the league average, while his contributions were well above it. That all has changed. Dupuis no longer is underrated and under-appreciated the way he used to be and, perhaps most important, no one thinks of him as underpaid anymore, either. Not since he signed a four-year deal with an annual value of $3.75 million in the offseason.

Penguins Update: Despres Returns; D’Agostini Waived

It’s getting so you can’t tell who’s on the ice and who’s in the hospital ward for the Penguins these days. In rapid succession the club lost Beau Bennett (wrist surgery), Tanner Glass (broken hand) and, now, top defenseman Paul Martin (broken tibia). Combined with previous injuries to defensive stalwart Rob Scuderi and forward Chuck Kobasew and the loss of winger Matt D’Agostini—who...

The @wbspenguins Quarter Season Report Card by @h_p_hockey

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Why a Penguins' Fan Should be Thankful by @griffTHW

On a day that most pause to appreciate what they are thankful for, we thought it appropriate to take a step back and examine a few things Pens' fans have been blessed with.  Because, while there are certainly far more important things in life that shouldn't be taken for granted, there's nothing wrong with a club's fan base recognizing all their beloved team has provided...

Thoughts: Game 26 – Penguins vs Maple Leafs

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Ex-Penguins Update: November 30, 2013

Here’s a quick glance at how former Penguins are faring throughout the NHL. Stats include games played through Friday, November 29, 2013.(...)Read the rest of Ex-Penguins Update: November 30, 2013 © Rick Buker for Pittsburgh Penguins - PenguinPoop Blog, 2013. | No comments |

The Penguins as Thanksgiving Food by @ExcitedBobErrey

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Brad Thiessen Signs With Norfolk Admirals by   Steven Ellis

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RECAP: Game 27. Pens beat Tampa 3-0.

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Game 26: Penguins vs. Maple Leafs Recap

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Game 27 Preview – Penguins at Lightning

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Penguins rally to outgun Toronto, 6-5

Hockey, conventional wisdom holds, is a game of mistakes. Makes perfect sense in a sport that is so fast, so physical. But there were times in the Penguins' 6-5 shootout victory against Toronto Wednesday night at Consol Energy Center when they made it look as if it were a game of almost nothing but mistakes. The Penguins were guilty of glaring ones. Grievous ones. Even a few...
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