Found November 15, 2013 on The Other Paper:
There's no shortage of Sidney Crosby fans in Pittsburgh but this female admirer gave crashing the boards a whole new meaning. The woman was captured by television cameras during the rivalry night game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night:Too bad for her, the oft-concussed Sid is already taken.

Female Penguins fan wants Sidney Crosby to get a concussion from her headboard (photo)

Haha. It’s funny because Sidney Crosby has suffered through a litany of concussion issues over the years. But this clearly randy Pittsburgh Penguins fan believes that if Sidney Crosby should have to go through the experience of suffering another concussion, what better way to do so than during a sweet, passionate, head injury-causing session of […]The post Female Penguins fan...

PHOTO: Penguins fan wants to give Crosby his next concussion

Sidney Crosby concussion jokes are nothing new, though they usually don’t tend to come from Pittsburgh fans. This female Pens fan let it be known that she wants Crosby’s next head injury to come via her bedroom headboard. Her parents must be so proud. The post This female Penguins fan would like Sidney Crosby’s next concussion to come via her headboard appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

Penguins fan wants to give Sidney Crosby a concussion

Yep, you read that title correctly. Check out the sign this Penguins fan was holding at the Flyers-Penguins game last night: Head injuries are a big deal, Penguins fans: — Deadspin (@Deadspin) November 14, 2013   Uhhh….yeah…alrighty then. Nevermind that one more concussion could leave Sid the Kid a vegetable….but ok, whatever...

Crosby and Co. Come To Town

  The Matchup:  The Pittsburgh Penguins (12-7-0) visit the New Jersey Devils (6-8-5) The Last Meeting: The last time these two teams met was opening night of the 2013/2014 season. Pittsburgh skated away with a 3-0 win and opened our eyes to the many struggles that the Devils might have this season.  Going Into Tonight’s Game: The Devils gave a good effort last...

Josh Yohe & The Beaver County Rib Fest

Tune in at 10:00 tonight and subscribe to the show on iTunes. Twitter: @ThePensNation, @PensNation_Nick, @PensNation_Ken, @PensNation_Andy, CaseyR82  Guest: Josh Yohe from The Tribune Review TOPICS Do the Penguins live and die Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin? What is the difference between winning and losing for the Penguins? If you have questions for Josh Yohe tweet them...

Thoughts: Game 19 – Penguins vs Predators

Penguins 4  Predators 1 By: Meesh Shanmugam (@HockeyMeesh) Goals Dupuis (3) from D’Agostini, Sutter Neal (1) (PP) from Malkin, Crosby Letang (4) from Malkin, Neal Sutter (3) from Jokinen, Martin Goal Assessment   This doesn’t seem very fair for Fleury. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) First Goal Against (Bourque) David Legwand skates into the Penguins zone and takes a backhand...

Penguins look to rebound against struggling Predators

The Penguins have been in one of their worst offensive slumps in recent memory lately,  managing just three goals in three games, and all of which have come on the power play.  Thankfully, they have the opportunity to right the ship tonight when they host the struggling Nashville Predators at Consol Energy Center. The Preds are on the tail end of a seven game road trip that has...

Penguins Forward Tanner Glass Knocks Out Predators’ Eric Nystrom in Bruising Brawl (Video)

Meet Tanner Glass, owner of a titanium jaw. The Penguins and Predators squared off on Friday night in Pittsburgh, and while Pittsburgh’s big guns of Evgeni Malkin, recently returned James Neal and Sidney Crosby all made their mark on the scoresheet to give their team a 4-1 lead before the end of the second period, tough guy Tanner Glass wasn’t content to sit this one out...

Video- No Goal Kunitz, Distinct Kicking Motion

In my opinion, I would have given Chris Kunitz.  Not so sure if this qualifies as a distinct kicking motion. Scroll to the :15 second mark to watch the play start.  

Malkin and Neal: Together Again by @LCJS

Welcome back James Neal! While he returned to the ice earlier in the week against the St. Louis Blues, last night against the Nashville Predators was when he really returned to form. Looking every bit the sharpshooter we've come to know and love, Neal once again seemed at ease skating with Evgeni Malkin. Talent helps make talent better.  Neal would not...

Dana Heinze Twitter Pics of the Week

By: Casey Johnston (@CaseyR82) Pittsburgh Penguins Head Equipment Manager Dana Heinze has a Twitter account (@RealDanaHeinze) that you should all be following.  Every gameday he posts pictures from the arena and locker room.  These are just a few of my favorites from this week. Apparently someone on the Penguins’ staff likes gum.  The gum needs its own bag complete with name...

This Week in Penguins History by @RobUllman

RECAP: Game 18. Pens lose 2-1.

    The Penguins honored veterans before the game. In keeping with the government theme, the Pens’ offense is performing like   Here’s what sticks out:       The Penguins have now gone three games without an even-strength goal.     That is just a troubling...

Penguins-Devils Preview

The Penguins started the season with a home win over the New Jersey Devils, though Pittsburgh did suffer a major blow with the loss of James Neal. Neal has returned, and apparently so has the Penguins' offense. The forward will look to help Pittsburgh continue its recent scoring outburst Saturday night when it goes for a rare win on New Jersey's home ice. The Penguins...

Morning skate: Game 19 at Pittsburgh

Everything you need to know about tonight's contest between the Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins...
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