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The Pittsburgh Penguins will sponsor their 20th annual “Score Against Hunger” food drive on Tuesday, November 15 when the Penguins meet the Colorado Avalanche at the CONSOL Energy Center at 7:30 pm. This year, the drive will be present...

Pens Rally For 6-3 Win

The Penguins rallied from two multiple goal deficits by scoring four times in the 3rd period to win Tuesday night at the Consol Energy Center.  The Penguins played a careless first period falling down 2-0 and 3-1, but they showed signs of pulling it back together by cutting the Colorado lead in half going into the 3rd.  In the final period, the Pens were absolutely dominant...

Penguins' Malkin hosts Lokomotiv benefit

A fix may have been in Sunday night at Evgeni Malkin's flight team Lokomotiv benefit at Bossa Nova. A framed Los...

No Sidney Crosby tonight

PITTSBURGH – The Avs will avoid the return of Sidney Crosby, as the Penguins star still isn’t ready to return to the lineup. Here is some video I shot of him at the morning skate just now at the very pretty Consol Energy Center: Tyler Kennedy and Steve Sullivan will be game-time decisions for the Pens. Off to see the Avs skate now.

Jeffrey returns from minors to Penguins

The Penguins recalled forward Dustin Jeffrey from his conditioning assignment with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Tuesday, but that does not mean he will become a regular in the lineup. He is still dealing with the effects of April surgery on his right knee.

POTG NHL Seven Stories: "Goon" It Up Edition

The beat goes on as it was announced that Sidney Crosby will not play against the Avalanche in Pittsburgh tonight. Since it has been said that he will play his first game at home, that moves the next possible date to next Monday against the Islanders.If you missed last night's Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony,'s HHOF blog has all the details and the videos of...

Penguins vs. Avalanche Scouting Report

Pittsburgh Penguins Overall: 10-4-3-23 Home: 5-1-1-11 Road: 5-3-2-12 WHEN: Nov. 15, 2011 - 7:3...

Penguins Recall Forward Dustin Jeffrey

The Pittsburgh Penguins have recalled forward Dustin Jeffrey from his conditioning assignment with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero.   Jeff...

Penguins take step forward on injury front

The Penguins will be checking the status of three injured forwards -- players whose talent would make for a strong top line -- for the home game tonight against Colorado.

Three Penguins Prospects Earn Weekly Honors

The Penguins have built impressive depth throughout their entire organization – not just in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, but with their amateur prospects as well. That was showcased this past week as three Penguins prospects earned weekly honors f...

From Pittsburgh Elite to Ivy League

By Mark Boyle Last Friday, two former Pittsburgh Penguins Elite goaltenders lined up at opposite ends of the ice as Cornell University and Katelyn Pippy took on Lindsay Holdcroft and the Dartmouth Big Green at Cornell’s home in Ithaca, Ne...

Gameday 18 - Avalanche

Colorado Avalanche (8-8-1) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (10-4-3) 7:30 pm/et TV: Versus, TSN2 CONSOL Energy Center, Pittsburgh, PA It looks like Tyler Kennedy may be in the line-up tonight, proving once and for all that his brain is tougher than Sidney Crosby's brain. Of course, Kennedy isn't a Ferrari, so he can probably just go to a regular mechanic to...

your ******* civic duty

We support writing in Deryk Engelland and Matt Cooke for 2012. Go Pens.Also: vote for Ryan Whitney tomorrow, if you have a heart.Maybe also write in Johan Hedberg.yeahhhhhhh. 

Don't Call It a Comeback

It’s said that actions speak louder than words. But on Tuesday, those components came together to play an equal role in Pittsburgh’s comeback win over Colorado. The Penguins scored five unanswered goals, including four in the third ...

Penguins stay hot, rally by Avalanche 6-3

James Neal had a goal and two assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins rallied past the Colorado Avalanche 6-3 on Tuesday night.

Penguins rally from 3-1 down to blow out Avs

James Neal had a goal and two assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins rallied past the Colorado Avalanche 6-3 on Tuesday night.
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