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Pittsburgh Magazine's December issue features a cover story on Penguins center Evgeni Malkin.
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Chris Kunitz, Tyler Kennedy, Steve Sullivan and Evgeni Malkin scored within a 7-minute stretch of the first period to power the Pittsburgh Penguins past the Ottawa Senators 6-3 on Friday night.
Pascal Dupuis and Jordan Staal also scored for the Penguins while Sidney Crosby collected three assists in his third game back from concussion-like symptoms.
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 24...
Steve Sullivan's stat line on Wednesday nights is interesting:
Via Yahoo's split stats:
Sullivan also has 49 points in 60 games against the Blues.
from Dan O"Neill of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, You could give the Blues credit for a number of things, but timing is not one of them, at least not this week.
Just two days after Sidney Crosby’s return to active duty, the Blues travel to Pittsburgh tonight to play the Penguins. Crosby sat out 320 consecutive days before returning to action in spectacular style, scoring two...
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...
It's still great to see Sidney Crosby in the line-up.
That feeling will probably last for a while. Here are the line combinations for tonight's game.
Pittsburgh Penguins Lines from Penguins.NHL.com:
Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby - Pascal Dupuis
Steve Sullivan - Evgeni Malkin - James Neal
Matt Cooke - Jordan Staal - Tyler Kennedy
By Christopher Decker (@HockeyGuy_Chris)
Photo Credit: Mike Ehrmann/WireImage.com
You are probably one of many people who grew tired of the redundant, nebulous information circulating the blogosphere and of cryptic rumors surrounding Sidney Crosby’s health. After Crosby suffered two consecutive concussions last season, many weren’t sure he’d be able to go this season. And...
Matt Cooke and the Penguins are trying to enhance their focus because of a number of mental breakdowns over the past week.
This was the night after the day after the night Sidney Crosby returned, with all the drastically reduced drama inherent therein, meaning absolute zero until David Backes swung his right fist at Crosby's head in the middle of the middle period.
On a night when Sidney Crosby finally showed some rust, his teammates weren't much better as Alex Pietrangelo scored in overtime to give the Blues a win.
The Penguins' home winning streak came to a halt at six games with a 3-2 overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues tonight at Consol Energy Center.
Matchup: Senators vs. Penguins, 7:08 p.m. today, Consol Energy Center.
TV, radio: Root Sports, WXDX-FM (105.9).
Probable goaltenders: Craig Anderson for Senators; Marc-Andre Fleury for Penguins.
Sidney Crosby thrilled the hockey world in his highly- anticipated return to the ice on Monday and No. 87 will lead Pittsburgh tonight when the Penguins host the St. Louis Blues at Consol Energy Center.