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According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, Craig Adams will be suspended for Game 4 for his instigator role in the last 5 minutes of Game 3. That's an automatic 1 game suspension and it's upheld by the league.
Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma was also fined $10K by the league.
Penguins forwards Aaron Asham and James Neal will have hearings with the department of player safety on Tuesday. Neal will have 2 separate hearings and Asham will have one for these actions in Game 3.
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Pittsburgh Penguins forward Craig Adams has been suspended by the NHL for Game 4 of their playoff series against Philadelphia for instigating a fight.
Penguins coach Dan Bylsma also was fined $10,000 on Monday for the same fight. Adams went after Flyers forward Scott Hartnell late in the third period of Game 3. Hartnell was involved in an altercation with Sidney Crosby when Adams...
The NHL suspended Pittsburgh forward Arron Asham for four games - the remainder of his club's series with the Philadelphia Flyers - and gave a one-game ban to Penguins teammate James Neal on Tuesday night for separate infractions.
Asham was punished after being given a match penalty for attempting to injure Philadelphia forward Brayden Schenn with a cross-check on Sunday in...
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Craig Adams was suspended one game Monday for instigating a fight in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Philadelphia Flyers.
The incident occurred late in the third period of the Penguins' 8-4 loss Sunday when Adams drew a minor penalty, a fighting major and a game misconduct.
Adams will miss Thursday's Game 4 of the series...
Hey...Hey...There's no hair-pulling in hockey except when the Philadelphia Flyers face the Pittsburgh Penguins in the playoffs.
Check out Pittsburgh's Craig Adams who decides to grab Scott Hartnell's curly locks during a fight in the third period:
The Flyers would win game three and take a three games to nothing series lead.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have played, by the admission of a lot of their beat writers, the worst hockey of the year at the worst possible time...A Friday 13th game ended 8-5 in favor of the Flyers for a 2-0 series lead. That led to today's game three and an, almost, identical result...The game completely degraded into what happened below with 5 minutes or so to go in regulation...
Coming into the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, there was a league wide consensus that the series between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers would be one of the best series that the opening round had to offer.Even with all the lead up, what has unfolded in the first three games could not have been seen by anyone.Through three games there has been 32 goals scored...
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, This probably is just the echo of the Child of the ’60s conspiracy-theorist rattling inside my brain, but is it wrong to wonder whether Gary Bettman’s campaign on behalf of Sidney Crosby amplified by a tribute to his “greatness” on Monday is part of an effort to co-opt No. 87 when the collective bargaining talks commence in earnest following...
After the mayhem that was game 3 the Penguins will be without 3 forwards tonight for a critical game 4.
James Neal will be suspended for one game after two consecutive hits he placed on Flyers players in the third period on Sunday.
Craig Adams will be suspended also for one game for instigating a fight in the third period on Sunday.
Aaron Asham will be suspended for 4 games after...
Arron Asham should be gone for the rest of the NHL playoffs for this cross check and then punch on Brayden Schenn. There was nothing wrong with Schenn's hit on Paul Martin, yet Asham attacks Schenn.
Penguins forward James Neal should have been thrown out of the game for this questionable blindside on Sean Couturier. The refs really blew this call and their inaction...
Nothing we can say on this blog that hasn't been said already elsewhere.
NHL is in a cultural breakdown of violence, Pens will be without Adams, Asham, and James Neal for game 4.
Hossa taken out of Game 3 of his series on a stretcher tonight. Unbelievable ****.
The Penguins will determine tomorrow evening if they have a handle on reality and we'll be there either watching...
Danny Briere recorded his second two-goal performance of the series and added an assist as the host Philadelphia Flyers outslugged the Pittsburgh Penguins 8-4 to seize a commanding 3-0 lead in their Eastern Conference quarterfinal matchup.Rookie Matt Read and Max Talbot tallied twice and fellow former Penguin Jaromir Jagr notched three assists. Claude Giroux collected a "Gordie...
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By Charlie O’Connor (@THG_Charlie)
Wondering why the Pittsburgh Penguins are behind three games to none in their first round series against the Philadelphia Flyers?
A five minute stretch by Chris Kunitz late in the second period helps to explain.
With 7:30 remaining in the second period and Pittsburgh trailing by only one goal, Kunitz dragged...