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The Penguins are not disappointed in center Dustin Jeffrey's play, but simply think he needs significant ice time before contributing at the NHL level.
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When you really think about it, boy have we been taking Sidney Crosby for granted.
Come to think of it, just about everyone's been taking Sidney Crosby for granted.
For six years now, we've seen Crosby face the cameras at nearly every conceivable media opportunity.
Off-day? There's Sid. Practice Day? There's Sid. Game-day...
A fix may have been in Sunday night at Evgeni Malkin's flight team Lokomotiv benefit at Bossa Nova.
A framed Los...
Real different level right now for James Neal. The pucks that weren't going in last year are all going in this year. It probably doesn't hurt that he has pretty decent linemates.
In this game, it was another great example of the Penguins, eventually, grinding down their opponent with the new wrinkle of scoring huge power...
Defenseman Brooks Orpik and forward Craig Adams each have taken a new role with the Penguins, and it centers on their ears and mouths. They are the new representatives for the NHL Players Association, replacing Max Talbot, now with Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh Penguins (10-3-3) at Carolina Hurricanes (5-8-3)RBC Center, 7 p.m.TV: FS-Carolinas, ROOT Sports
Remember what I said yesterday about trying to be optimistic? The Canes are making it hard for me to do that. It's not just because they have lost five in a row and failed to score more than two goals in each of those games, but also the fact that injuries are piling on...
In a meeting of the NHL's conference leaders, the Penguins got two goals from former Dallas winger James Neal in a 3-1 win over the Stars tonight at Consol Energy Center.
The Penguins have won seven of nine games and will look to extend a two-game winning run tomorrow at Carolina.
Penguins center Jordan Staal's two goals led to a frantic third-period rally, but his big brother had the last laugh in the third period.
James Neal scored two power-play goals against the team that traded him nine months ago and led the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 3-1 win over the Dallas Stars on Friday night. Neal netted his 10th and 11th goals of the season to pull within one of the NHL lead, and Matt Cooke scored on a penalty shot in the third period as Pittsburgh won for the seventh time in nine games.
That is what you witnessed if you watched the Penguins kick the crap out of the Stars last night. It may not have been evident by the score, but that’s what happened. The Pens snapped Dallas’ four game win streak last night, and allowed just one goal. The goal was actually a sort of strange [...]
We support writing in Deryk Engelland and Matt Cooke for 2012. Go Pens.Also: vote for Ryan Whitney tomorrow, if you have a heart.Maybe also write in Johan Hedberg.yeahhhhhhh.
PITTSBURGH (AP) James Neal scored two power-play goals against the team that traded him nine months ago and led the Pittsburgh
Penguins to a 3-1 win over the Dallas Stars on Friday night.