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Earlier last week Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland and the Toronto Maple Leafs Colton Orr threw down their gloves in what was the best fight of this young hockey season. For those who did not see it take a gander. It was one for the ages. In between periods Deryk Engelland was interviewed and this is what his black eye looked like four days later. I thought that I was a man because I went to Home Depot once in the last month and threw away my Christmas tree but Engelland takes his dudeness to a whole other level. I’m pretty sure 99.5% of non-hockey players would be on the Mike Hampton-like DL with an injury like this but not Engelland. He was back in the lineup and even logging more minutes today because of an injury to another Penguins defender. The next time you complain about tweeking your back while getting out of bed or turning your ankle while grocery shopping think about WWDED – What Would Deryk Engelland Do? OTHER ARTICLES YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Which NBA players would make good fighters on Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out? 5 really dope NHL videos to get your juices flowing! Want to see us jump into freezing cold Lake Michigan and video tape it? The post Deryk Engelland’s super gnarly post fight black eye appeared first on Bacon Sports.
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For the past couple of seasons I’ve watched with increasing alarm as the Penguins have downsized (and defanged) in order to better fit Dan Bylsma’s “damn-the-torpedoes, full-steam-ahead” system.
It’s no secret that Bylsma’s approach is predicated on wearing the other team down with a relentless attack. While speed certainly is an asset in today’s up-tempo NHL, it can’t...
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Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and James Neal scored in the shootout to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 2-1 victory against the Ottawa Senators on Sunday.
Neal also scored in regulation to help the Penguins snap a two-game skid.
Colin Greening scored a second-period goal for the Senators (3-2-1), and Jason Spezza and Kyle Turris beat Marc-Andre Fleury in the shootout. But Milan Michalek...
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After a tough loss in Tampa Bay on Friday evening, Paul MacLean's team headed back to Ottawa for a Sunday affair against a familiar foe in the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Penguins, like the Senators, are coming off a road defeat of their own. The Penguins were stymied by the Winnipeg Jets at the MTS Centre on Friday, and currently...
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It wasn't pretty hockey for either team on Sunday evening, but after sixty-five minutes and the shootout, the Pittsburgh Penguins left with a 2-1 road victory.
All three Pittsburgh shooters -- James Neal, Sidney Crosby, and Evgeni Malkin -- beat Craig Anderson in the shootout, and Marc-Andre Fleury's lone stop of Milan Michalek...
The Pittsburgh Penguins already lost two straight games due to poor puck management and team defense. They ensured there would not be a third result in the same fashion.James Neal scored and Evgeni Malkin clinched the victory in a shootout as the Penguins snapped a brief losing streak of two games, defeating the Ottawa Senators 2-1, Sunday night. Marc-Andre Fleury made 32 saves...
The Pittsburgh Penguins are one of two Eastern Conference teams without a home win, but they've only had one opportunity to take the ice at Consol Energy Center.
They have to like their chances in their second.
The Penguins look for a 14th win in the last 15 visits from the New York Islanders on Tuesday night.
Pittsburgh (3-2-0) played four of its first five away from home...
OTTAWA, Ontario -- The offensively dynamic Pittsburgh Penguins stopped their losing skid at two by playing a stellar defensive game Sunday. And they did so with a depleted blue line. Marc-Andre Fleury matched Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson save-for-save through 65 minutes -- then made one more stop than his opposite number in the shootout -- as the Penguins left Scotiabank...
OTTAWA, Ontario -- Evgeni Malkin's shootout goal was the difference as the Pittsburgh Penguins ended their two-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators Sunday at Scotiabank Place. Senators goalie Craig Anderson, who had allowed three goals in nine periods leading up to the shootout, couldn't make a save in the tie-breaking procedure, as James Neal...
After their offense keyed consecutive victories to open the season, the Pittsburgh Penguins' poor defense has led to back-to-back defeats.
The Penguins likely have to tighten things up Sunday night when they visit the Ottawa Senators, one of the highest-scoring teams in the Eastern Conference through the first week.
Playing on the road for the fourth time in its first five...
Interesting round up by our boy @Brian_Metzer on the Despres rumor front. Rob Rossi rumor alert though.
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With Pittsburgh eager to move Chris Kunitz back to a line with Evgeni Malkin and James Neal, the Penguins could be in the market for a right winger to skate with Sidney Crosby and Pascal Dupuis.