Found February 27, 2012 on
Thanks to my bud Benson for sending over his latest. It's a shot-for-shot redo of the classic opening from Law & Order: SVU. But with the Pittsburgh Penguins. It's exclusive to Facebook, so follow this link and make sure you've "liked" Benstonium if you haven't already.
I never got into any Law & Order. But Christopher Meloni was unreal in Wet Hot American Summer as the Vietnam vet/camp chef Gene. So there's that.
*mixed vegetables quote*
BEST OF MAXIM
Huge thanks to GetToOurGame.com for this new PaulMartinPowerball song:
How to play:
1. Get yourself a Twitter account and guess the time and period Paul Martin will score a goal.
Using this screenshot, the goal is scored at 13:51 of the second period.
NOT 6:09 of the second.
2. Copy and paste the following into...
Matt Niskanen is not a guy who often draws attention to himself. But he made it clear that the Penguins game tonight in Dallas is a lot more to him than just No. 63 of his team's 82 games this season.
Evgeni Malkin scored his 37th goal of the season, Brad Thiessen made 21 saves in his NHL debut and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Sunday. Pascal Dupuis, Kris Letang and Joe Vitale also scored for Pittsburgh, which woke up from a slow start to win for the ninth time in their last 10 home games.
Evgeni Malkin scored his 37th goal of the season, Brad Thiessen made 21 saves in his NHL debut and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Sunday.
Pens GM Ray Shero has stated on countless occasions that he is pleased with his lineup and that he doesn't believe the current market boasts players who can augment his roster.
Yesterday, the Pittsburgh Penguins cruised to easy home win against the Tampa Bay Lightning by the score of 8-1.
The most memorable goal from the game came from star Evgeni Malkin who sped past the entire Tampa Bay Lightning defense to score:
(Courtesy of Red Light District Hockey)
When Penguins defenseman Matt Niskanen sees his former teammates with the Dallas Stars, he might greet them with a friendly shoulder check into the boards.
Neither the Pittsburgh Penguins nor the Dallas Stars made any trades this week, but a deal they struck before last season's deadline should still be the talk of the rink Wednesday night.
James Neal has blossomed into a star since Dallas sent him to the Penguins, but the surging Stars are hoping to spoil his initial return to Texas and claim a fifth straight victory.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero predicted on Sunday afternoon that he likely would not make any deals before the NHL trade deadline, and he did not.
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (35-21-5) vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (18-36-7) Where: Consol Energy Center When: 1:00 PM EST Channel: ROOT Sports No rest for the Pens after yesterday’s dominant performance against the Lightning. The Pens will face Columbus for the first time this year, and they really should win this one too. Last year the [...]
Pascal Dupuis scored the go-ahead goal as the Pittsburgh Penguins used a three-goal third period to top the Columbus Blue Jackets, 4-2, at CONSOL Energy Center.