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Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang will be sidelined for the next two games with a lower-body injury.
Letang also sat out Tuesday's loss to the New York Islanders after he was hurt in Sunday's game against New Jersey.
The 24-year-old Letang has played in 47 of the Penguins' 76 games this season. He missed action for two extended stretches because of concussion issues.
Letang has nine goals and 27 assists for Pittsburgh, which entered play Wednesday trailing the New York Rangers by three points for the top seed in the Eastern Conference with six games to play.
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Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Ben Lovejoy will miss 3-4 weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Tuesday. Lovejoy injured the knee in the first period of a 5-2 win over New Jersey on Sunday. The injury means Lovejoy would likely miss Pittsburgh's first-round playoff series.
Coach Dan Bylsma says defenseman Kris Letang will not play on Tuesday against...
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,...
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:
Solid laid-back interview with Ray Shero. Whole podcast is a good listen too.
The Rangers and Penguins are seemingly locked in what will be an epic battle for first place in the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference. The Rangers currently lead the Penguins by a single point, both with seven games remaining in the season. While many are panicking about how the Penguins could catch up so quickly (more on that in a second), the Rangers have two distinct advantages...
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...
There is a little over a week left in the regular season for the Buffalo Sabres and the final push to clinching a playoff spot starts Friday against the Pithe home stretch is here. tsburgh Penguins at First Niagara Center. Pittsburgh, in a lot of people’s minds, is the toughest remaining team on Buffalo’s schedule. However, the Sabres may catch a bit of a break. Star defensemen...
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 [...]