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SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Brenden Morrow scored two goals to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 3-1 victory over the Florida Panthers on Saturday.
Kris Letang also scored for Pittsburgh and Marc-Andre Fleury made 25 saves. Morrow also had an assist.
Pittsburgh center Evgeni Malkin missed the game with an upper body injury. The Penguins were also without Sidney Crosby, who is out indefinitely with a broken jaw.
The Penguins won for the 19th time in 21 games. The Panthers have lost three of their past four.
Scottie Upshall scored for Florida and Jacob Markstrom stopped 19 shots.
Trailing 2-0, the Panthers closed to 2-1 on a goal by Upshall in the second. After his initial shot was blocked, Upshall charged the net and was able to poke in the rebound at 4:10.
Morrow added an empty-netter with 21 seconds left.
Pittsburgh scored two goals in the first period.
The Penguins took a 1-0 lead on Letang's goal. Morrow brought the puck out from behind the net to Beau Bennett, who passed f...
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When Penguins GM Ray Shero acquired veteran Jussi Jokinen from Carolina at the trade deadline for a conditional draft pick it almost seemed like an afterthought. After all, Shero had spent the previous week snatching up three of the hottest commodities on the market—Jarome Iginla, Brenden Morrow, and Douglas Murray.
But make no mistake—Jokinen’s the real deal. A quick, versatile...
Numerous reports flowing in via Twitter that Malkin will miss tonight's game in Florida due to a serious sunburn.
#Pens center Evgeni Malkin will not play tonight vs. Florida due to an upper-body injury
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) April 13, 2013
In his first game back since getting re-injured on March 26th, and only his 2nd game since March 17th, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang had one of the best hits of the year. Letang drilled Tampa Bay Lightning forward Alex Killorn who went flying right into Martin St. Louis after he had just passed St. Louis the puck. Letang’s momentum then carried him into the two...
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Hyped Up Hockey is happy to introduce and welcome our newest writer Matthew Albright! Matt will primarily be writing about the Penguins, but as he is an avid Pittsburgh sports fan, he is flexible to write about all things Burgh related. He has been writing for us for about a week now, so it is [...]
The rink managers at the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Console Energy Center seem to have a sense of humor. They copied the iconic Notre Dame motto “Play Like A Champion Today” and made their own. When you Zamboni the ice, it’s commonly known as “flooding” the ice, hence the motto.
Speculation is a killer. Before the game some members of the media speculated Evgeni Malkin had a sunburn:
In Molinari's defense he may have been joking, and he wasn't the only one.
But it turned into this:
'sunburn' is now trending in #Pittsburgh trendsmap.com/us/pittsburgh
— Trendsmap Pittsburgh (@TrendsPGH) April 13, 2013
While they're still missing several key players, the Pittsburgh Penguins have had little trouble generating offense the last two games as they continue their push for the best record in the Eastern Conference.
That trend could continue Saturday night as they visit a last-place Florida Panthers team that's allowed the most goals in the conference by far.
Seeking their fourth...
By Matthew Albright 4/13/2013 Following a huge 6-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Pittsburgh Penguins are set to face the Florida Panthers on Saturday at 7:30 P.M. This match-up will close out the Penguins’ three-game road trip. In the match-up against the Lightning, the Penguins received offensive power from familiar faces, sleeping giants, and [...]
from Mike Zeisberger of the Toronto Sun,
Here is a look, in no particular order, at 10 of the more prominent UFAs who are poised to hit the market.
1. F Jarome Iginla, 35, Penguins
Iginla’s streak of 11-consecutive 30-goal seasons is about to come to an end, but he could still provide some pop and leadership even in this, the downside of his career. Interesting to see...
The Pittsburgh Penguins are good. The Florida Panthers are bad. I could end this preview now and it would probably be sufficient to describe what is going to happen tonight. The brilliant folks who write the schedule for the NHL should probably stop giving Florida home games by about mid-season at this point. There will…
Pittsburgh Penguins (31-10-0) @ Florida Panthers (13-21-6)
ROOT, SUN - 7:30 pm/et
BB&T Center - Sunrise, FL
It's the 1st-place team in the Eastern Conference against the 15th-place team. Will the Pens stay focused against a weaker opponent?
Season Series: 1-1-0
Last meeting that counted: February 26, 2013. Penguins lost 6-4.
A funny thing happened after the Dallas Stars ditched veteran forwards Brenden Morrow, Jaromir Jagr and Derek Roy to clear payroll space and add future assets.They started winning games. A five-game streak has vaulted the Stars into eighth place in the Western Conference and squarely into the playoff sprint. Who knew that trade deadline sellers could also become winners? Stars general...
Rewind back to the end of the Flyers series last season. What would your brain have done if you could've seen the Pens' stat lines in this game? Jussi Jokinen: 2G, 1A. Jarome Iginla: 2A. Brenden Morrow: 1A. Douglas Murray: 1A. wtf.
Three things about this game.
1. The Pens are the deepest they've been since the '09 Cup run.
2. Tampa Bay sucks.