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High-scoring defenseman Kris Letang missed three Penguins game with concussion-like symptoms. Finally the team got around to diagnosing him with a concussion and placed him under the league’s protocol for such injuries. As Pens fans learned with the long-running Sidney Crosby saga, Letang now faces an uncertain immediate future.So does defenseman Zbynek Michalek, who was also diagnosed...
The Philadelphia stop on Sidney Crosby's comeback tour was going to be appointment hockey on Thursday night. Alas, Crosby will miss that game and their game at the New York Islanders for precautionary reasons. From the Penguins:
"Sidney took a hard hit during our game against Boston Monday night and wasn't feeling 100 percent," Penguins General Manager Ray Shero...
He's been back for just eight games since he ended his 10-month absence because of a concussion, but Sidney Crosby won't play tomorrow in Philly or Saturday at the Islanders, the Penguins have announced. More »
The NHL Board of Governors approved the realignment of the league into four conferences. Two conferences will have eight teams in it, and two will have seven. It's a stark departure from the current format of two conferences with three divisions each.The Conferences break down like this:New Jersey/Philadelphia/Pittsburgh/NY Rangers/NY Islanders/Washington/CarolinaBoston/Montreal...
It's only precautionary after Penguins star collides with teammate during Monday's loss to Bruins. Crosby says it's 'nothing major.'It's only precautionary after Penguins star collides with teammate during Monday's loss to Bruins. Crosby says it's 'nothing major.'
The Penguins say Sidney Crosby, who recently returned from a concussion, will sit out two games as a precautionary measure after he took a bit hit in Monday's game.
Sidney Crosby will sit out the Penguins' next two games as a precaution after taking a hard hit in Monday's game against the Bruins, the Penguins said on their website.
The Penguins will stay close to their most familiar foes, including the rival Philadelphia Flyers, in the sweeping NHL realignment announced tonight.
The Penguins visit the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center, and Max Talbot has found a new home in Philadelphia, posting six goals and six assists in 25 games.
Who woulda thought the matchup would have been Brian Boucher vs. Brent Johnson? Who also would have thought it would have been such a low scoring affair? And last but not least who would have thought that Craig Adams, Arron Asham, and Pascal Dupuis would have been your three goal scorers? Not this guy, but [...]
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The Penguins are going back to the future. At least that’s sort of how the NHL’s new realignment and playoff format is shaping up following Monday evening’s 26-4 vote by the Board of Governors in approving a new four-conference a...