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Your complete guide to the Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New York Islanders 2013 First Round Playoff series. New York Islanders 2013 Regular Season Stats # POS PLAYER GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW 91 C JOHN TAVARES 48 28 19 47 -2 18 9 0 5 26 L MATT MOULSON 47 15 [...]
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The Pittsburgh Penguins wanted Jarome Iginla. Jarome Iginla wanted the Pittsburgh Penguins. So far neither party has been disappointed. Since Iginla arrived in Pittsburgh he has raved about the players, the organization, and the city. He has rewarded Penguins nation with exceptional play and leadership in the absence of Sidney Crosby. So aside from playoff [...]
NHL.com The National Hockey League announced the dates, times and national broadcast information on Sunday for the 2013 Stanley Cup Conference Quarterfinal round, which begins Tuesday, April 30th.
The New York Islanders have called up Johan Sundstrom from their farm system Sunday to several other players including Brock Nelson, Matt Donovan, John Persson, Aaron Ness, Anders Nilsson and Calvin de Haan. All will be representing the Black Aces squad.
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PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Penguins appear to be getting healthy at just the right time.
James Neal scored three goals in his first game back from a concussion and the Penguins snapped a two-game skid with an 8-3 victory over Jordan Staal and the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night.
"It was nice to get out there and get a game in before the playoffs," Neal said. "...
And so it starts.
As we near the beginning of another year of NHL Playoffs with the Penguins facing the Islanders, many of the prognosticators list the Penguins as a strong contender, if not favorite, to win the Stanley Cup.
It's certainly not an outlandish prediction: The Pens went 36-12 in this shortened regular season, not to mention GM Ray Shero bolstering an already...
Or will we see another Islanders upset bigger than the Penguins ousting of 1993? Many people are looking forward to a Stanley Cup Final featuring the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Chicago Blackhawks. How can you blame them? Two incredibly dominant teams with epic star power and recent Cup success, why even play the other games? [...]
When the puck drops Wednesday night in downtown Pittsburgh you can throw the 15 game win streak, the finishing first in the Eastern Conference and the Penguins beating the Islanders four out of the 5 games played this season out the window. Get rid of the pre-conceived notion that the New York Islanders are just going to roll over and hand the Pittsburgh Penguins the series. This...
James Neal scored three goals in his first game back from a concussion and the Pittsburgh Penguins snapped a two-game skid with an 8-3 victory over Jordan Staal and the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday.
Evgeni Malkin had a goal and two assists for the Penguins, who had three third-period goals in 5:24 to turn a tie game into a rout. Brenden Morrow and former Hurricane Jussi Jokinen...
I visited some websites this morning and read a few tweets and have come to the conclusion the Pittsburgh Penguins are the overwhelming favorite to win the Stanley Cup.
Things are about to get really, really busy on the sets of TSN, but that didn’t stop the Canadian sports network from having a little fun lately.
TSN is about to kick up its already stellar NHL coverage in a big, big way with the Stanley Cup playoffs set to begin Tuesday night, and to celebrate, the boys on the TSN panel showed off their acting game.
In advance of the playoffs...
Carolina Hurricanes (19-24-4) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (35-12-0)
ROOT, FS-CR - 7:30 pm/et
Consol Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA
The last game of the regular season. You can almost taste the playoffs. Jordan Staal returns to Pittsburgh for the first time since his trade. Jokinen and Sutter are also facing their old team.
There will be approximately 203 Staals...
The 2013 season mercifully came to a close for the Hurricanes last night and they ended things in painful fashion by getting blown out 8-3 by the Pittsburgh Penguins. It's somewhat of an appropriate ending for what has been an excruciating year for the Canes but at the very least, it clinched them a spot in the top-five of the NHL Entry Draft which they will hopefully put to...
This season. What to even say about it? It feels like a strange dream, an alternate universe. In which Jussi Jokinen, Jarome Iginla, Brenden Morrow, and Douglas Murray are all Pens. (It's a shame they're here for a short time--we've only just gotten used to their fuzzy faces burrowed in our hearts.) Being tops in the East is a weird feeling. Being "regular...
Now that you’ve seen what I think about all of the Western Conference series, let’s move on to the Eastern Conference. (1) Pittsburgh Penguins VS (8) New York Islanders: Pittsburgh: 36-12-0, 72 points, 33 regulation/overtime wins, first in the Atlantic Division, second in the NHL. 18-6-0 at home, 18-6-0 on the road. 3.38 goals per [...]
Eastern Conference 1. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. 8. New York Islanders Finally the Islanders have made the playoffs. It seems after years and years of high draft picks, they have finally paid off. Led by John Tavares, the Islanders are going to have a tough time in their return to the playoffs. The Penguins are led more »