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One of the words of the decade is the word of the day for Jonas Gustavsson.
Tonight against the Pittsburgh Penguins Gustavsson makes his fourth consecutive start for James Reimer, a victim o...
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The Igloo, also known as Pittsburgh Civic Arena and the former home of the Pittsburgh Penguins, is being demolished from the inside out.
The Pens now play their home games at the nearby Consol Energy Center and The Igloo, which was built in 1961 and the first retractable roof venue in major pro sports, was marked for demolition by the Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh...
The Toronto Maple Leafs plan on being extra cautious with goaltender James Reimer, who has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the New York Rangers.
In his place, Jonas Gustavsson (1-2-0, 4.86 goals-against average) will receive the start versus the fellow Original Six franchise.
Reimer sat out for Monday's contest versus the Philadelphia Flyers after suffering a...
The Penguins roster of defensemen posed a problem when training camp opened last month: Too many players on NHL contracts. Matt Niskanen, a 24-year-old who looked a step behind after being acquired from Dallas in February, seemed to be the most likely odd man out. Then, Niskanen started turning heads.
As Sidney Crosby gets closer to returning from the concussion that has prevented him from playing since Jan. 5, it's worth pointing out that he won't necessarily be the same player. Not immediately, anyway.
Realignment is coming to the NHL for the 2012-13 season, because (spoiler) Winnipeg is not located in the southeast United States. How dramatic that realignment gets — the number of teams switching divisions, and the number of divisions they'll switch to — is the real question.
Back in June, a Gary Bettman-endorsed plan to realign the NHL into four "conferences"...
Phil Kessel scored his league-leading 10th goal midway through the third period to lift the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 4-3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night.
Mikhail Grabovski, Tim Connolly and Clarke MacArthur also scored for the Maple Leafs (7-2-1).
Matt Cooke, Chris Kunitz and Evgeni Malkin scored for the weary Penguins (8-3-2), who were playing for the 13th time...
The Pittsburgh Penguins‘ Evgeni Malkin shimmied past a sprawling Rick DiPietro on Thursday night during the Pens’ 3-2 shoot out win over the New York Islanders.
Malkin’s highlight reel of a goal was the difference-maker.
Here’s the video:
The Pittsburgh Penguins held their annual Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Night on October 27 when the team hosted the New York Islanders. The month of October highlights Hockey Fights Cancer (HFC), a league-wide initiative to raise awareness ...
If you picked up on anything from the first two periods it was that James Neal was determined to put one in the net, finally he did. So because of that you get the return of: Chris Kunitz was also able to pot his third of the season, which is even less surprising then James [...]