Found October 16, 2013 on
whoooooops. SHERO, NBC. S-H-E-R-O.
Scouting for the Pens and also for Team USA.
Taking the train to Philly for tomorrow night.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Penguins defensive situation looks much different just 6 games into the start of the season than it did at the beginning of training camp. Tomas Vokoun's injury and some creative accounting allowed Ray Shero to keep all of his defensive players in the system when it looked certain that Matt Niskanen would be playing elsewhere. Despite being in the early stages of the season...
Penguins 3 Oilers 2
By: Meesh Shanmugam (@HockeyMeesh)
Dupuis (2) from Crosby, Kunitz
Kunitz (2) from Crosby, Dupuis
Malkin (2) (PP) from Martin, Crosby
First Goal For (Dupuis)
Pascal Dupuis recovers a blocked shot in the offensive zone and taps the puck down the boards. Chris Kunitz chases the puck along the boards, drawing two Oilers’ players to him,...
1. A healthy Crosby is a productive Crosby Call it bad luck, or call it fragility, for whatever reason, Sidney Crosby has failed to play more than 41 games in an NHL season since 2009-10. In his last full go-round,…Read more →The post Today’s 5: Crosby, Devils keep losing, Kaleta appeals 10 game suspension, and more. appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Evgeni Malkin's power-play goal 7:20 into the third period put the Pittsburgh Penguins in front for good and the Penguins stayed hot at home with a 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.
Pascal Dupuis and Chris Kunitz also scored for Pittsburgh. Sidney Crosby assisted on all three Penguin goals to vault him into the NHL scoring lead. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 20...
Sidney Crosby's fingerprints -- and even a little of his blood -- were all over the Penguins' 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers tonight at Consol Energy Center.
He had three points as the Penguins improved to 5-1 including 4-0 at home for first time since they opened 7-0 at the Civic Arena in 1994-95.
The Penguins got the only goal of the first period. Crosby from behind...
The Pittsburgh Penguins host the Boston Bruins in this week's featured National Hockey League game of the week. This game is a rematch of last year's Eastern Conference Finals series, which Boston won, and these are still two of the best teams in the NHL. Boston returns the core of a team that has made the Stanley Cup finals two of the last three years. But a game six loss...
Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Flyers, 2-1, in overtime in the final meeting between the two teams in 2013.
A rivalry is renewed with the first of four meetings between the Flyer and Penguins on Thursday night. The Battle of Pennsylvania is always anticipated.
For the Flyers, there is no good timing for this game. They are off to the worst start in franchise...
1. Berube’s 1st Battle With The Pittsburgh Penguins It could be argued, you’re not truly the coach of the Philadelphia Flyers until you’ve gone head-to-head with bitter rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tonight, newly appointed head coach Craig Berube will get…Read more →The post Today’s 5: Berube vs Pens, Thomas vs Bruins, Yakupov, and more. appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
The Wells Fargo Center crowd remains among the most hostile in the NHL and the team based there can be ill-humored much of the time too.
Doesn't appear to bother the Penguins much though.
Fact is they seem to love coming to the far side of the Commonwealth and with good reason:
After their 4-1 victory Thursday night against Philadelphia the Penguins are 11-2-1 in their past...
Now in the new Metropolitan Division, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers are in the same spots they were most of last season.
The Penguins are at the top as the division's highest-scoring team, and the Flyers are at the bottom due greatly to a woeful offense heading into these rivals' season series opener Thursday night in Philadelphia.
Sidney Crosby has keyed...
The Penguins controlled much of the pace and action in that 1st period as they out shot the Oilers by a total of 15-3. There were definitely signs of why the Oilers are struggling as of late. The passing lanes were plentiful in the Oilers end and LaBarbera did nothing to breed any confidence in the goaltender position.
Neither Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin have...
#9 Massachusetts Lowell (1-1-0, 0-0-0 HEA)
vs #14 Quinnipiac University (1-1-0, 0-0-0 ECAC)
When: Friday, Oct. 18 at 7:15pm ET
Where: Tsongas Center, Lowell, MA
Notes: Non-Conference Game
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By: Casey Johnston (@CaseyR82)
Last Game for the Pens: Saturday, a 5-4 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Sidney Crosby scored his first hat trick since 2010, which says all you need to know about how his last couple of seasons has been derailed by injuries. He added an assist on Matt Niskanen’s game-winning goal.
Last Game for the Oilers: Last night, a 4-2 loss to the Washington...
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