Found March 30, 2012 on
Bleed Black & Gold:
EA Sports is allowing the fans to choose who graces the cover of the NHL 13 cover this year. They have narrowed it down to 60 finalists, two from each team. For the Penguins you can choose between Marc-Andre Fleury and Evgeni Malkin. Both have been great this year. Fleury has beat his personal best and won a career high 41 games this season. Malkin is on pace to win the Art Ross Trophy this year for the second time in his career, and most believe will be winning the league MVP as well.
You can vote now here, and voting goes until April 11th. At that point the field will be narrowed to one representative per team. The only Penguin to ever grace the cover was Mario Lemieux on NHL 2002.
If you had to choose between Fleury and Malkin, who would you pick to be on the cover?
BEST OF MAXIM
Penguins star Sidney Crosby, back in the lineup for a handful of games after dealing with concussion symptoms, was down on the ice for about a minute when he was bloodied by a puck to the face.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby became the NHL's seventh-youngest player to score his 600th career point.
Crosby achieved the plateau in the second period at Buffalo on Friday night, when he set up James Neal's power-play goal. It was Crosby's third point of the night after he assisted on Evgeni Malkin's goal and also scored in the first period.
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby briefly went to the locker room when he was bloodied after taking a puck to the face during Thursday's game.
Crosby was clipped by a clearing attempt by New York Islanders defenseman Dylan Reese in the first two minutes of the second period.
Playing in his ninth game since making his second comeback from concussion-like symptoms,...
It really seems like the hockey gods don’t want Sidney Crosby out there.Just a few weeks into his extended return, he gets smacked in the nose with an errant puck.He returned to the game a little bit later, so it doesn’t look like he’ll be missing any more time. But still, that can’t feel good.This isn’t the first time Crosby’s taken a puck to the nose. But this time...
After awhile, you just have to feel bad for Sidney Crosby as he suffered yet another head injury during last night's game against the New York Islanders.
Crosby was hit in the face with a puck shot by defenseman Dylan Reese in the second period and left the game with a bloody nose:
Maybe a couple weeks ago, we called out John Phillips about his prediction on Crosby not being able to sustain a comeback. The news winded its way through the Internet and found its way to Phillips, and he has responded. Bring it. We may got with option "A" below, since it involves trolling in some form.
An open letter...
Solid laid-back interview with Ray Shero. Whole podcast is a good listen too.
Only one entry per person/per game
Running Twitter contest for the rest of the season. We will be raising the pot every game.
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.
Big 5-3 win Friday allows Pens to exhale before final exams
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Penguins fans are spoiled. After losing three of four in regulation, Friday proved to be a reprieve from the gnashing of teeth and rumors of fifth place, if only for a night.
Brent Johnsonâs recovery from the old commercial âIâve fallen and I canât get upâ...
Pens (47-23-6, 20-14-4 road) at Isles (32-33-11, 15-16-6 home), Nassau Coliseum, 7:00 pm ET
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Itâs said that loose lips sink ships, but for the Penguins on Tuesday it was loose play rules the day.
Whether it was the Flower playing his worst hockey a day after a Vezina Trophy endorsement from yours truly, or Evgeni Malkin and Sidney...
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (47-23-6) vs. New York Islanders (32-33-11) Where: Nassau Colliseum When: 7:00 PM EST Channel: ROOT Sports The Penguins just may have blown the number one seed in their last outing, losing 5-3 to the Islanders. The schedule gets no easier after this game, so it’s basically a must win in regards to [...]
The goalie is the last line of defense in hockey; it becomes very difficult for the goalie to make key saves though when his own teammates take him out...With the NY Islanders' Frans Nielsen on a breakaway, Penguins defenseman Paul Martin races back to try and make a stop. The only problem is that Marc-Andre Fleury had come way out of the net in an effort to make a play too....