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Similar to Sidney Crosby, the other part of the Penguins dynamic duo, Evgeni Malkin, is just as hard of a super star to like when he continues to make dirty plays like chopping Marc Staal in the head last night...
...and to truly confirm what a punk Malkin is, at the :22 mark you see him sucker punch Staal as both players are on the ice being broken up by the linesman. Classless.
...assuming he gets suspended. Oh wait, he plays for the Penguins, nevermind.
These type of actions are par for the course for Malkin who normally does his damage via the slewfoot...
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Sadly, one of the league's best players, Sidney Crosby, has earned the unfortunate reputation of being the league's biggest baby and it was on full display last night...
And don't get me started on the tantrum he threw after Dan Girardi bumped him after the whistle in the second period. Although I did love watching him get so worked up he actually lost his edge...
With two victories at Madison Square Garden and one each at Philadelphia and Ottawa, the Pittsburgh Penguins might be one of the best road teams in the NHL.
At home, however, things are different. Very different.
The Penguins are the only team in the league to not collect a point at home this season. Pittsburgh is 0-2 at Consol Energy Center and have been outscored 9-3 on their...
Neutralizing the two best players in the world is always a tough task; Crosby had 3 points Saturday. (Clydeorama).
The Washington Capitals will welcome the Pittsburgh Penguins to Verizon Center this afternoon for their traditional Super Bowl Sunday matinee game. Pittsburgh, who won their last game against the Devils 5-1 on Saturday, are 5-3-0 for ten standings points; this...
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LIGHTS ON JAMES NEAL TOTALLY SCORED LIGHTS OUT AND THE GOALIE ROBBED HIM.
I mean get real.
Dan Bylsma remembers when Consol Energy Center opened a couple years ago and the Pittsburgh Penguins struggled to get comfortable in their fancy new digs.
The Pittsburgh Penguins coach heard the clamoring for the team to pack up and head back across the street to the decidedly antiquated - though plenty intimidating - Igloo. He couldn't miss the chatter about how the "House...
NEW YORK -- James Neal scored his fifth goal of the season and Simon Despres got his first as the Pittsburgh Penguins broke out of a mini-slump to defeat the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden for the second time in as many weeks. Evgeni Malkin added his second goal of the season for Pittsburgh and goalie Tomas Voukon made 28 saves in a 3-0 shutout of the Rangers on Thursday...
The New York Rangers (3-3-0) host the Pittsburgh Penguins (3-3-0) at MSG starting at 7:00 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
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Both Evgeni Malkin and Marc Staal received 2 minutes for roughing after this scrum last night.
Bergen Record - Rangers blanked by Penguins, 3-0, at the Garden
Bergen Record - Rangers notes: Marc Staal upset about non-call on Malkin
New York Post - Penguins shut out sloppy Rangers
New York Post - Blueshirts miss Callahan’s hard-nosed play
Daily News - Pens get to Rangers, Hank early in 3-0 win
New York Times - Inattention Contributes to Problems for...
The Washington Capitals have experienced their share of struggles early in the season, but that hasn't been the case in recent matchups with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Sidney Crosby and company have been pretty solid on the road, though.
Washington looks to gain at least a point for the 16th time in the last 17 meetings as Pittsburgh seeks its fifth victory in six road games...