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Kris Letang returned from being bloodied by a hit late in regulation to score 2:09 into overtime, giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night. Letang scored his third goal after James Neal poked the puck free from Carey Price as Pittsburgh improved to 3-0-1 since Sidney Crosby returned to the lineup.
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Good old Brian Murray, GM for the Sens, was talking to the media before the Sens-Canes game on Sunday night. After fielding a bunch of questions, the session was coming to a close, but then Brian Murray asked something along the lines of, "No one wants to ask me about Sidney Crosby's comments?"
The fun begins at the 4:02 mark.
He goes out...
The Penguins were arguably the NHL's best team without Sidney Crosby. After his successful return, a case can be made to remove the "arguably" and not just because of Crosby's individual talents.
In the hours following Sidney Crosby's stellar season debut on Monday, so much of the media scurried to remove the "arguably" from "the Penguins are...
Sidney Crosby is still the best, particularly at inspiring hyperbole. The Penguins' center returned this week after missing nearly a year with a concussion sustained in early January. His debut Monday was everything...
Penguins defenseman Kris Letang is questionable for Tuesday's road game against the Rangers as a result of facial injuries he suffered Saturday in Montreal.
Let’s face facts: In his first full week back, after missing an entire year, Sidney Crosby was the best player in the league. His line for the week: 2G/6A/+7/8PIM/2PPP/15SOG. That’s called game changer. If you own him, your team BC (before Crosby) was an entire notch below where your team is at now. Borderline playoff teams that own him are now in the playoffs. ...
Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty, who became well-known amongst Bruins fans for Zdeno Chara's hit on him last season, has received a three-game suspension for delivering an illegal hit to the head of Penguins defenseman Kris Letang. Pacioretty hit Letang with an elbow during the third period of Saturday night's game at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Letang was skating across...
It was a week of Thanksgiving... and you can bet for sure that the good folks at the NHL.com Pun Headline Writing Department are thankful that Sidney Crosby is back where he belongs... on the front page.
Good thing NHL.com didn't blur his mouth.
Click here to check out the best and worst Sidney Crosby NHL.com headlines from the past 11 months!!!
By now, everyone knows...
Sidney Crosby may be OK with head shots as long as they're done with elbows on Senator Nick Foligno.
You just have to expect elbows to the head in hockey. The NHL will even name you Star of the...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Penguins center Sidney Crosby capped his first seven days back in uniform by being named the NHL's 'First Star' for the week that ended Sunday.
Kris Letang returned from being bloodied by a hit late in regulation to score 2:09 into overtime, giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night.
NEW YORK (November 28, 2011)—Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, Vancouver Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider and St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliott have been named the NHL ‘Three Stars’ of the week.
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from Adrian Dater of the Denver Post, The “NHL on NBC” really ought to be renamed “NHL, So Long as The Game is Played by Eastern Teams in an Eastern Time Zone,
Listen, I understand why Eastern teams get on national TV more. The league’s two most marketable players — Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin — play in the East. NBC is based in New York, and so primarily is...
Penguins defenseman Kris Letang and Montreal Canadiens winger Max Pacioretty made nice Saturday night.