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Dejan was busy on the Internet Monday night, and it culminated with his latest column asking why the Pens even got Jarome Iginla. Good read.
BEST OF MAXIM
Penguins coach Dan Bylsma lost the game last night. It wasn’t a bad play, it wasn’t a better team, it’s wasn’t poor play by his team, it wasn’t the drop play that Bylsma kept referring to in his post game interview.
It was bad coaching.
It is 100% Dan Bylsma’s inability to go for the kill is what lost last night’s double overtime game against the Ottawa Senators. ...
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Ottawa Senators were in a scoreless tie of their game three match-up for almost two full periods of play. With 1:07 left to play in the second period, Penguins forward Tyler Kennedy buried the puck in to the back of the net past Senators goaltender Craig Anderson. This came after a [...]
Colin Greening scored the biggest goal of his career against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday night in Ottawa. The goal, which gave the Senators a 2-1 double-overtime win against Pittsburgh, sent Scotiabank Place into a frenzy.
Greening may actually have a keepsake from his memorable goal that’s a little bit different than just a stick or a puck. If the Sens have good doctors...
The Pittsburgh Penguins are hoping that they will play their final game in the Scotiabank Place tonight against the Ottawa Senators in Game 4 of this semi-final series. If the Penguins can win tonight in Ottawa and defeat the Senators at CONSOL Energy Center on Friday night, Pittsburgh will move on to the Easten Conference Finals. Therefore, the Penguins would prefer to avoid playing...
During game three with the Ottawa Senators, Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin crashed into the net while trying to create a scoring chance. In a rare occurrence, Malkin looked directly at the camera before exiting the net and gave us this beauty of a GIF.
Semifinals Game 3: Sens 2 Pens 1 (2OT)
Pens Lead Series 2-1
Kennedy (2) from Cooke
| TPN Recap |
Shots: Malkin (10)
Missed Shots: Letang (3)
Blocked Shots: Martin (8)
Hits: Adams & Cooke (6)
Takeaways: Malkin, Neal, & Sutter (3)
Giveaways: Crosby (2)
Ice Time: Martin (37:16) … Glass (9:56)
Faceoffs: Sutter (21/36) … Adams (1/5)
This is the hit that Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Brooks Orpik put on Ottawa Senators forward Chris Neil. There was no penalty called on the play, in my opinion, this was a dangerous hit, but not necessarily dirty, but dangerous.
If you're a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins you probably think this is a good hockey play. If you're a fan of the Senators, you probably wanted...
The Penguins hit the road again, crossing the border back into Canada as the stage was set for game three of their Eastern Conference Semi-Final series against the Ottawa Senators. Having taken a 2 to 0 series lead for the first time since 2009, the Penguins were looking to take a commanding 3 to 0 lead . The Senators, for their part, with superstar Jason Spezza back in the lineup...
So running some google searches on this:
He had a knee-to-knee hit with Marty Reasoner? This explains why we saw Tanner Glass in Game 3, but is there even a injury update on Jokinen?
The Pittsburgh Penguins are visiting the Ottawa Senators in game 4 of this series. The Penguins lead 2-1 and the Senators need a win in order to avoid an elimination game in Pittsburgh on Friday.
The puck drops around 7:37pm ET and can be watched on NBCSN, CBC and RDS.
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Both Washington's Eric Fehr and Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin won their first round vote-offs for their respective plays, now they're up against each other.
Pittsburgh Penguins @ Ottawa Senators
Penguins Lead Series 2-1
NBCSN, CBC, RDS - 7:30 pm/et
Scotiabank Place - Ottawa, ON
Game four is another game that is a big deal. At the end of the night, the Ottawa Senators could be on the brink of elimination or completely back in the series. The Senators showed that they have life left in game three. Is it enough to...
Jarome Iginla and James Neal each scored twice and the Pittsburgh Penguins routed the Ottawa Senators 7-3 on Wednesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz and Pascal Dupuis also scored for Pittsburgh, and Tomas Vokoun made 30 saves. Down 2-1 after the first period, the Penguins scored twice in a 40-second span early in...