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The Penguins announced this afternoon that he will visit Ted Carrick this week, and Crosby mentioned last Friday that such a visit was possible. Though most of Crosbys concussion symptoms have cleared up, he is still dealing with what he calls motion issues.
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The Pittsburgh Penguins have ended a six-game losing streak. Now they get a chance to prevent the Tampa Bay Lightning from doing the same.
The Penguins have lost their last four matchups with the Lightning including the playoffs heading into Sunday's contest at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.
Pittsburgh (22-17-4) ended its six-game slide with Friday's 4-1 victory at Florida...
By JEFF MEZYDLO STATS Senior Writer
After enduring their longest losing stretch in six seasons, the Pittsburgh Penguins appear to have turned things around.
The Penguins will try for a third straight win overall and fourth consecutive home victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. on FS Carolinas.
From Dec. 17-27, Pittsburgh (23-17-4) scored 19 goals during...
So what happened?
The Pens went to the shoot out for the first time in seemingly forever (the last time was Saturday, November 5th in Los Angeles).
Prior to that, there was a highly entertaining hockey game.
The Pens and Canes traded chances and generally played end-to-end hockey with no whistles for long stretches. I wouldn't say it had the intensity of a playoff...
Penguins center and captain Sidney Crosby left the team to see concussion specialist Ted Carrick in Atlanta. Top defenseman Kris Letang was medically cleared to play after a concussion and will return to the lineup soon. From general manager Ray Shero's perspective, those are equally welcome developments. Shero on Monday called Crosby's time with Carrick "a good thing."
The headaches and dizziness that made it difficult for him to even get out of bed now gone, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang returned to practice on Tuesday for the first time in nearly two months following a concussion sustained against Montreal in late November.
Evgeni Malkin has played some terrific hockey lately. Quite possibly the finest of his career. But maybe, just maybe, not his best of this season. That, defenseman Brooks Orpik suggested after the Penguins' 2-1 shootout victory against Carolina Tuesday night at Consol Energy Center, might still be coming.
Evgeni Malkin doesn't necessarily go out on the ice with a game plan. The way he's playing, he doesn't exactly need one.
TAMPA, Fla. -- Make that captain with a "K."
Center Evgeni Malkin joined in his team's support of captain Sidney...
Kris Letang, who has not played since absorbing a hit from Montreal's Max Pacioretty on Nov. 26, could be back within the next week.
Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin was named NHL ‘Third Star’ for the week ending Jan. 15. This is Malkin’s third league honor this season after previously being named ‘Third Star’ for the month of December and ‘Thi...
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby will meet with a specialist this week because of lingering concussionlike symptoms.
Penguins defenseman Kris Letang returned to practice with his teammates on Tuesday for the first time in nearly two months.
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Paul Martin had a wide open net, but he refuses to score.
Evgeni Malkin and James Neal scored in a shootout, as the Penguins won their third straight game, a decision over the Carolina Hurricanes.
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (22-17-4) vs. Tampa Bay Lightning (17-22-4) Where: St. Pete Times Forum When: 1:00 PM EST Channels: NHLN-C, ROOT Sports A win???????? WOO WOO WOO! YOU KNOW IT! Finally the Penguins will be going into a game coming off a win and it feels great. Sadly they are going into a game against [...]