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With about 7 minutes left in the first, Brooks Orpik redefined the term FREE CANDY.
Brandon Sutter unwraps a Tootsie Roll Orpik left for him, and he beats MAF on a crap backhand. 1-0.
That is from our recap on October 24, 2009, Brandon Sutter scored his first NHL goal that night:
What seems like a million years later, Brandon Sutter is now a Penguin.
Here are his stats the last three years (click to enlarge):
Solid NHL citizen who has his best hockey in front of him. Pens may go all-in with Crosby the next few seasons, since they are now entering the traditional primes of their careers. Sutter may hover around his career average in TOI. Staal played 20 minutes a game last season.
Hockey Analysis broke it down:
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Brandon Sutter realizes his role as a checking-line center won't be changing with the Pittsburgh Penguins. He does have reason to believe it's a job that might have become a little easier.
After spending the past four seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes having to defend against Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, Sutter now counts both as teammates. Better still, he noted...
Brandon Sutter realizes his role as a checking-line center won't be changing with his new team, the Pittsburgh Penguins. He does have reason to believe it's a job that might have become a little easier.
After spending the past four seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes having to defend against Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, Sutter now counts both as teammates.
Here's audio from today's media conference call with Brandon Sutter:
We’re a week away from NHL general managers making it rain on unrestricted free agents. Come July 1, anyone without a contract is officially on the market. With the Penguins’ current cap situation, Ray Shero is probably going to be about as busy in free agency as he was at the Trade Deadline.
Good news for Pens fans though is all of the assets the Pens need are locked up at...
Yesterday we made the case for Ryan Suter.
Today it is Zach Parise.
A Parise scenario implies a couple of things:
-The Penguins make signing Parise their top priority.
-Crosby has done an effective job selling the Penguins to Parise.
-Parise in effect resists the huge cash money that some teams will throw at him...
Roger Goodell should take a page out of the NHL’s book because Gary Bettman’s boys went through six rounds of drafting about as fast as an NFL fantasy draft. It. Was. Awesome.
After the Day 1 moves Ray Shero made, it was hard to think Day 2 would be anywhere near as exciting. Exciting: not so much. But Shero was impressive with his picks. His first two were a little questionable...
from Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic, So when a trade executed at the NHL draft on Friday paved the way for his return, Michalek was just as eager as the Coyotes to reunite.
“That team’s really close to my heart; so is the city, and I know they have great fans,” Michalek said. “I’m really happy to be back, and hopefully I can continue playing the way I was when...
NHL experts have long believed Jordan Staal could develop into a true No. 1 center is he could escape the shadow of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin in Pittsburgh.Now he gets that chance. The Penguins reunited him with big brother Eric Staal by dealing him to the Carolina Hurricanes in a trade that helped both teams.Staal was a year removed from restricted free agency. The Penguins...
The Pittsburgh Penguins made the biggest noise at the NHL entry draft yesterday trading Jordan Staal to the Carolina Hurricanes for Brandon Sutter, the 8th overall pick which they used to draft defenseman Derrick Pouliot and defense prospect Brian Dumoulin.
Essentially this trade comes down to the Penguins trading their 3rd line center Jordan Staal, who wants to be a first or second...
By Ryan Holmer (@RyanHolmerNHL)
Day one is completed, and the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft was interesting to say the least.
Several trades highlighted the evening, as Pittsburgh traded Jordan Staal to Carolina in exchange for Brandon Sutter, the eighth overall selection, and Brian Doumulin. The Washington Capitals acquired Mike Rebeiro for Cody Eakin and the 54th overall...