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Marc-Andre Fleury made a number of remarkable saves and bailed out a Penguins team that played perhaps its worst defensive game of the season.

Crosby press conference scheduled, then called off? Confusion city.

A very strange turn of events as confusion seems reigning around Sidney Crosby this afternoon. Here is what we know. There was a report that the Penguins were going to release a statment on Sidney Crosby this afternoon. From there, reports of a press conference developed. This from Bob Pomp:   And then 27 minutes later:   Welcome to the...

#PaulMartinPowerball: 01.31.12

Running Twitter contest for the rest of the season.  We will be raising the pot every game. We're looking for someone to create a Paul Martin Powerball song, and if anyone is interested in sponsoring the Paul Martin powerball let us know.     How to play: 1. Get yourself a Twitter account...

Penguins' Staal hits the ice at Consol Energy Center with teammates

Jordan Staal, who has been out since Jan. 7 with an MCL tear in his left knee, skated with Sidney Crosby before the Penguins' workout.

Positive News for Crosby, Pens on Neck Injury

The Penguins said in a statement that there is no evidence that Penguins captain Sidney Crosby had a past or present neck fracture, but he is suffering from a soft-tissue injury of the neck that could be causing neurological symptoms. Doct...

Johnson's long wait likely to end tonight

At least one thing did not change over the NHL's All-Star break: Goalie Brent Johnson was in his usual position at the end of the Penguins bench Tuesday when their game against the Toronto Maple Leafs began at Consol Energy Center. Marc-Andre Fleury made his 23rd consecutive appearance - all but two of them as a starter - to extend the longest such streak of his career.

Pens' Crosby in danger of neurological problems

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is suffering from a soft tissue injury in his neck that could lead to neurological problems.

Malkin ties it late, leads Pens past Leafs in SO

Evgeni Malkin tied it with 6 seconds left in regulation and then scored the lone shootout goal to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 5-4 victory over Toronto on Tuesday night.

Malkin, Penguins storm back to knock off Leafs

After tying the game with a goal in the third period, Evgeni Malkin won it in a shootout, giving the Penguins their eighth straight win.

No miracles left in bag

The Penguins have been living on the edge lately. A lot. Just about every time they reported for work, really. And when a team spends enough time on the edge -- as the Penguins had done by going to overtime or a shootout in five of their previous six games -- it eventually falls off. Like the Penguins did in a 1-0 loss to Toronto Wednesday night at the Air Canada Centre.

Pens’ Social Media Revolution Continues

The Pittsburgh Penguins are continuing their rapid social media growth on all platforms, recently passing 1.25 million followers combined on Facebook and Twitter, 100,000 on the Pens Mobile Club and 30,000 on the unique Student Rush text program...

The Penguins' midseason report card is in

Here are some grades for the Penguins, who begin the unofficial second half of their season at home against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Evgeni Malkin Named NHL ‘Second Star’ for the Month of January

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Streaking Penguins surging into second half

The Pittsburgh Penguins milled quietly about their dressing room deep inside Consol Energy Center on Monday, slowly getting back to work following a welcomed few days off for the All-Star break.
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