Found January 10, 2012 on
The Penguins lost for the fifth game in a row, 5-1, against the Ottawa Senators tonight at Consol Energy Center.
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Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has resumed skating for the first time in more than a month.
Crosby skated for 27 minutes Friday at the end of the Penguins morning skate. Pittsburgh, which has lost six straight, faces the Florida Panthers later Friday.
Out with lingering concussion symptoms, Crosby hasn't played since Dec. 5. He was sidelined for nearly 11 months...
The Penguins got some good news yesterday morning when they learned that their crack medical team misread the X-ray on James Neal’s foot; turned out to be just a bruise and not a break that would’ve kept him out for a month.
Neal manned up and said since playing on it couldn’t make things worse, why not give it a go…that’s hockey. It’s just too bad the Pens aren’t...
So what happened?
Are the wheels off of the wagon at this point? The Pens were the victims of more bad luck as Simon Despres left with what looked like a leg injury of some kind. Every other defenseman had to play over 21 minutes. That may have played a role in the lack of defenseman jumping into the play for the Pens.
The Pens did carry the play for much of the first...
Pittsburgh Penguins Coach Dan Bylsma said that Sidney Crosby would skate with the team on its current road trip, which ends Sunday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Penguins have removed forward Dustin Jeffrey from the injured-reserve list and put defenseman Simon Despres on it.
PITTSBURGH (AP) The Ottawa Senators are on such a roll that even one of their most spectacular goals of the season was met
with little more than a shoulder shrug.
With top scorers Jordan Staal and James Neal added to the injured list, more will be asked of Tyler Kennedy by the Penguins.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Penguins have placed left winger Steve MacIntyre on waivers.
With Sidney Crosby watching from the press box and Alex Ovechkin mainly just watching, the Capitals handed the Penguins a sixth consecutive loss.
Defenceman Matt Carkner says the Senators are benefitting from a "new energy" that has helped them rise into playoff contention just past the season's halfway point (Photo b...
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is ready to resume skating.
The Ottawa Senators will face off against the Pittsburgh Penguins in NHL betting action on Tuesday night this week.
Pittsburgh could be in danger of falling out of a playoff position for the first time this season if they don’t start to pile up some wins, losing four of their last five. The Senators have gone the other way as they now sit fifth in the Eastern...
Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun discuss whether the Ottawa Senators will alter their rebuilding strategy now that they are fighting for home ice in the playoffs, and what the Nashville Predators will do at the trade deadline.
Burnside: Good day, my friend. Well, it looks like there really is going to be a Battle of Ontario instead of the battle of the ragamuffins that has marked...
After posting a 3-0-1 record, Senators goaltender Craig Anderson was named the NHL's third star of the week. He is the league's leader in games played, shots faced and saves (Francois...