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Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins are back at work, eager to put the NHL lockout behind them and focus on making a run at another Stanley Cup.
The Penguins practiced for nearly 90 minutes on Sunday, their first workout as a team since a first-round playoff loss to the Philadelphia Flyers last spring.
The team was greeted by a rousing ovation at a suburban Pittsburgh hockey facility, with more than 500 fans showing up, a sign there appears to be no hard feelings following a four-month work stoppage.
The only player not in camp was forward Evgeni Malkin. The reigning NHL MVP is expected to be on the ice Monday. Malkin spent the lockout playing back home in Russia.
The Penguins open the shortened 48-game season on Saturday in Philadelphia.
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We knew the Penguins schedule was suppose to come out today, but didn’t expect 105.9 The X to be the ones to release it.
Per their website:
Sat. Jan. 19 At Philadelphia 3:00PM
Sun. Jan. 20 At N.Y. Rangers 7:00PM
Wed. Jan. 23 Toronto 7:00PM
Fri. Jan. 25 At Winnipeg 7:00PM
Sun. Jan. 27 At Ottawa 6:00PM
Tue. Jan. 29 N.Y. Islanders 7:30PM
Thu. Jan. 31 At N.Y. Rangers 7...
So this actually happened on Sunday:
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Penguins coach Dan Bylsma says he plans to use Vokoun liberally during the season so as not to put too heavy...
The headaches that plagued Sidney Crosby for the better part of a year and robbed hockey's best player of nearly two seasons have disappeared.
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The headaches are gone. Finally. So are the doubts, the ones Sidney Crosby couldn't outrun as he rehabilitated from concussion-like symptoms that robbed hockey's best player from two years in the middle of his prime.
It's no fun waking up the morning after a punishing workout and have your mind immediately drift to whether or not you'll end the day in a quiet room...
The headaches are gone. Finally. So are the doubts, the ones Sidney Crosby couldn’t outrun as he rehabilitated from concussion-like symptoms that robbed hockey’s best player from two years in the middle of his prime.
It’s no fun waking up in the morning after a punishing workout and have your mind immediately drift to whether or not you’ll end the day in a quiet room with...
With the start of the 2012-13 NHL season finally here, TSN has unveiled the National Hockey League's Top 50 players as selected by a panel of experts. And for the third year in a row, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is on top of the list.
continued and see the list here...
The big news was that Malkin was spotted at the Pittsburgh Airport late Sunday night.
Pens are on top of the TSN Power Rankings.
Shero is taking a wait-and-see approach.
Adam Gretz takes a look at the Pens.
Dejan says Depres ain't ready.
Some AP article about Eric Tangradi.
5 key questions for the Pens at the PG.
Re-signing Malkin and Letang...
“I knew exactly what I was signing myself up for. This wasn‘t about being the starting goalie or statistics. This was about the bigger picture. I wanted to come somewhere that had a winning environment. I probably had better individual opportunities with other teams, but this was the place for me. This is a place where you can win.”
-Tomas Vokoun of the Pittsburgh Penguins...
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Every season, TSN puts out a list of the top 50 players in the National Hockey League.
Just like last season, Pittsburgh Penguins' captain Sidney Crosby tops the rankings. He's followed by teammate Evgeni Malkin in this edition, with another familiar face coming in third.
That's right; the guy who decked Crosby in the playoffs last season comes in at third place in this...