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Hectic times for the Pittsburgh Penguins right now as they have placed James Neal on the injured-reserve. The Pens already have one of their other star players on the IR in Kris Letang, and Neal now joins him. The Pens also have listed winger Beau Bennett as a day-to-day status.
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Penguins forward Harry Zolnierczyk has found his way back into the NHL. After having a solid training camp in Pittsburgh, Zolnierczyk continued his good play for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton in the AHL, recording three goals in his first three games. The 26-year-old was acquired by Pittsburgh from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for defenseman Alex...
Welcome to another edition of "Mad Monday"! All the once again I"m not very mad about the Pittsburgh Penguins right now considering that they are 4-1 to start the season. That start is without key players such as Kris Letang and James Neal being out with injuries. In the Pens' first five games they've outscored their opponents 20-13. The Pens, overall, look...
The Pittsburgh Penguin's captain Sidney Crosby, has been named the third star of the week by the NHL! THIRD STAR – SIDNEY CROSBY, C, PITTSBURGH PENGUINSCrosby led the League with seven points (3-4—7) in three games as the Penguins won two out of three contests. He began the week by collecting two assists in a 5-2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes Oct. 8 and another helper...
Penguins 3 Oilers 2
By: Meesh Shanmugam (@HockeyMeesh)
Dupuis (2) from Crosby, Kunitz
Kunitz (2) from Crosby, Dupuis
Malkin (2) (PP) from Martin, Crosby
First Goal For (Dupuis)
Pascal Dupuis recovers a blocked shot in the offensive zone and taps the puck down the boards. Chris Kunitz chases the puck along the boards, drawing two Oilers’ players to him,...
Evgeni Malkin can't keep track of all his wingers the past two seasons.
The number is closing in on double digits if as coach Dan Bylsma said is likely Chuck Kobasew replaces Beau Bennett to Malkin's right when the Penguins play the Oilers at Consol Energy Center on Tuesday night.
Bennett is day-to-day with a lower body injury that limited him to two shifts in the third...
Panthers 6 Penguins 3
By: Meesh Shanmugam (@HockeyMeesh)
Malkin (1) from Bennett
Adams (3) from Glass, Vitale
Dupuis (1) from Crosby
First Goal Against (Boyes)
Sidney Crosby tries to skate the puck around Tomas Fleischmann at the defensive blue line. Fleischmann steals the puck in the zone, giving the Panthers an immediate 3 on 2 advantage. Fleischmann passes...
1. A healthy Crosby is a productive Crosby Call it bad luck, or call it fragility, for whatever reason, Sidney Crosby has failed to play more than 41 games in an NHL season since 2009-10. In his last full go-round,…Read more →The post Today’s 5: Crosby, Devils keep losing, Kaleta appeals 10 game suspension, and more. appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Evgeni Malkin's power-play goal 7:20 into the third period put the Pittsburgh Penguins in front for good and the Penguins stayed hot at home with a 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.
Pascal Dupuis and Chris Kunitz also scored for Pittsburgh. Sidney Crosby assisted on all three Penguin goals to vault him into the NHL scoring lead. Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 20...
Sidney Crosby's fingerprints -- and even a little of his blood -- were all over the Penguins' 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers tonight at Consol Energy Center.
He had three points as the Penguins improved to 5-1 including 4-0 at home for first time since they opened 7-0 at the Civic Arena in 1994-95.
The Penguins got the only goal of the first period. Crosby from behind...
whoooooops. SHERO, NBC. S-H-E-R-O.
Scouting for the Pens and also for Team USA.
Taking the train to Philly for tomorrow night.
When the Penguins and Flyers resume the Commonwealth Cold War in Philadelphia on Thursday night, it’ll be the definitive case of two foes headed in opposite directions. While the Pens have zoomed to the top of the Metropolitan Division, the Flyers are off to a ghastly 1-6 start.
Indeed, while the Pens are firing on all cylinders, Philadelphia seems to be imploding. In a move that...
With their superstar playing at a high level, the Pittsburgh Penguins have one of the most productive offenses in the NHL once again.
That doesn't bode well for an Edmonton Oilers team that has struggled to keep opponents off the scoreboard.
Sidney Crosby and the Penguins look to win for the 19th time in 21 regular-season home games Tuesday night when they take on the struggling...
Now in the new Metropolitan Division, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers are in the same spots they were most of last season.
The Penguins are at the top as the division's highest-scoring team, and the Flyers are at the bottom due greatly to a woeful offense heading into these rivals' season series opener Thursday night in Philadelphia.
Sidney Crosby has keyed...
The Penguins controlled much of the pace and action in that 1st period as they out shot the Oilers by a total of 15-3. There were definitely signs of why the Oilers are struggling as of late. The passing lanes were plentiful in the Oilers end and LaBarbera did nothing to breed any confidence in the goaltender position.
Neither Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin have...
By: Casey Johnston (@CaseyR82)
Last Game for the Pens: Saturday, a 5-4 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Sidney Crosby scored his first hat trick since 2010, which says all you need to know about how his last couple of seasons has been derailed by injuries. He added an assist on Matt Niskanen’s game-winning goal.
Last Game for the Oilers: Last night, a 4-2 loss to the Washington...