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The Penguins are pushy, and they don't care who knows it. After all, it has brought them a perennial contender on the ice, a new arena and what appears to be an expanding string of premier events. The latest to be announced is the 2012 NHL draft, even though it had been known for some time that the team, city and Consol Energy Center had lassoed the June event.
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Even though it hasn’t been officially announced (supposed to be tomorrow) the NHL will be holding the 2012 draft in Pittsburgh this year. The draft will take place on June 22-23 which will probably be a couple weeks after the Penguins win the Stanley Cup. Of course I’m being optimistic, I always assume we’ll win. Pittsburgh won out over a bid from Tampa Bay. The...
PITTSBURGH--Talk to Sidney Crosby and the answer is the same. "There's really nothing new," he said today. But speculation about the possible return of the NHL's best player is starting to heat up if only because the Pittsburgh Penguins, after...
NEW YORK (October 27, 2011) – The Pittsburgh Penguins® have used Draft Day expertise to build two generations of championship teams, one of the NHL’s most passionate fan bases and one of North America’s most robust youth hockey communities. In June, all those elements will be on display when the Penguins and the City of Pittsburgh host the 2012 NHL Draft™ at the CONSOL Energy...
How do you measure Jordan Staal? By height, he's 6 feet 4. By his place in the Penguins lineup, he's a third-line center. Unless the team is experimenting with him as a second-line winger. Or unless one or both of the centers ahead of him are hurt as has been the case the past several months.
The Penguins get some good injury news today as prospect Tom Kuhnhackl is in the lineup tonight in the OHL.
The Pittsburgh Penguins held their annual Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Night on October 27 when the team hosted the New York Islanders. The month of October highlights Hockey Fights Cancer (HFC), a league-wide initiative to raise awareness ...
The Penguins came from behind to secure their fifth win in a row, 3-2, in a shootout against the New York Islanders tonight at Consol Energy Center.
Evgeni Malkin scored the lone goal in the shootout to propel the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 3-2 win over the Islanders on Thursday night at Consol Energy Center. Rick DiPietro, who entere...
WHEN: Oct. 29, 2011 - 7:00 p...
The Pittsburgh Penguins will aim for a fifth straight victory and a sweep of a home-and-home series when they host the New York Islanders tonight at Consol Energy Center.