Found January 01, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Pittsburgh Penguins forwards Pascal Dupuis and Arron Asham suffered injuries early into Saturday’s 3-1 loss to the New Jersey Devils.Dupuis left the game with an upper-body injury while Asham was dealt a lower-body injury, both coming early into the first period. Defenseman Deryk Engelland also suffered a foot injury in the opening frame and did not return.Pittsburgh is already thin up front, missing star center Sidney Crosby. The Penguins don’t play until Friday and have listed all three players as questionable.
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December has been a busy month for all the Penguins but no more so than Center Evgeni Malkin. Malkin recorded a 9 game point streak in that time and tallied 20 points in 13 games this month. He also recorded his 7th career hat trick against the Sabres on December 17th. Malkin currently sits at 6th place in points in the NHL with 43 points through 31 games, only 3 points behind...
So what happened?
I'm a few days late with this (Happy New Year!), so I'll keep it brief.
The game, to me, turned on a bad sequence late in the first period. Aaron Asham was pretty clearly (and thoroughly) driven into the boards behind the net. A clear hit from behind. There should have been a call for boarding. Unfortunately, the Clueless Zebras didn'...
Detroit Red Wings fans don't care that Pittsburgh Penguins center/face of the NHL Sidney Crosby is out with post-concussion symptoms. This Wings fan thought this t-shirt would bring him luck at the craps table at Greektown Casino last night.
We didn't stick around to see how it fared.
Numerous calls went against the frustrated Penguins, who lost Arron Asham and Pascal Dupuis in their loss to New Jersey.
The Penguins lost two more players, and nearly a third, against the Devils, as right wings Pascal Dupuis and Arron Asham left and did not return.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned defenseman Simon Despres to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League, it was announced by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero.
Despres, 20, has played in 13 games for Pittsb...
Pittsburgh Penguins star is out indefinitely with concussion-like symptoms
The Pittsburgh Penguins will play in New Jersey for the first time this season, as they visit the Devils for today's Atlantic Division battle at the Prudential Center.
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (21-12-4) vs. New Jersey Devils (20-15-1) Where: Prudential Center When: 3:00 PM EST Channel: ROOT Sports Time to play the boring ass Devils again. Snnnnnnnnnooooooorrrrrrrre. Here is the preview for the first game which includes a wrap of last season’s series. The Penguins beat the Devils 4-1 in that first outing, beating [...]