Found December 07, 2011 on
The Penguins will see a few new faces in the lineup for the revamped Philadelphia Flyers Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center. But one of the newest Flyers will have a familiar grin staring back at the Penguins: Maxime Talbot.
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In the offseason, Jaromir Jagr signed for 3.3 million with the Flyers.
The Penguins had that money available but they decided to pay Tyler Kennedy 2.0 million and Steve Sullivan 1.5 million.
Basically, the Pens got two players instead of one. And based on the stats it is a dead heat.
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We'll start with ol' Double...
The NHL's new realignment plan brings memories of the old Patrick Division flooding back and that brings us to this clip of the 1992 Patrick Division Final:
With Mario Lemieux out of action following an Adam Graves slash, the Penguins entered game four of the series trailing the Rangers 2-1. A loss here likely would have spelled the beginning of the end of...
Penguins center Sidney Crosby did not skate with his teammates today at practice at Consol Energy Center after colliding with teammate Chris Kunitz in the third period of a 3-1 loss to the Boston Bruins last night.
With the 2012 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic only a few weeks away, the preparations involved in transforming Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park from a stadium designed for baseball into an acceptable and functional venue for an NHL hockey game have been stepped up to breakneck speed. Look how fast the workers are getting after it in [...]
Danny Briere, Wayne Simmonds and Scott Hartnell each scored to lift Philadelphia to a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh.
A friend passed this along. Pretty interesting read.
RMU president Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. leveled the boom on the PG for their lack of coverage of RMU sports.
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PHILADELPHIA -- Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said today that center Sidney Crosby "took a couple of hits" against Boston Monday night and "didn't feel 100 percent after the game."
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby did not suffer a concussion after taking his latest big hit and should skate again by Friday.