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Penguins defenseman Zbynek Michalek is a good bet to return from a concussion, but while he returns to the lineup, many around the league will be exiting for the same reason.
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Just a little over two weeks ago the Penguins were sitting pretty good with all their stars healthy and back on the ice. Now we are all of a sudden back to the injury shuffle. In a little surprise Evgeni Malkin wasn’t on the ice this morning for the game day morning skate. Coach Dan Bylsma acknowledged that Malkin would be a game time decision but no further details were...
In a troubling year in which Pens stars have sustained major injuries, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury has become the team's rock.
Detroit wins its third game in a row, beating a Pittsburgh team that is without star Sidney Crosby, sidelined with concussion-like symptoms.Detroit wins its third game in a row, beating a Pittsburgh team that is without star Sidney Crosby, sidelined with concussion-like symptoms.
Penguins Practice updates and a look back over the last couple days
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Line rushes from Thursdayâs practice are:
Jordan Staal, Kris Letang, and now Joe Vitale are missing. Defensemen Zbynek Michalek and Brian Strait are both back, according to the Penguinsâ Web site....
Man, Sidney Crosby, injured again. This really underscores the importance of concussion safety. I mean, Crosby is struggling to recover from one of the most brutal, cheapest shots I have ever seen in my life from Dave Steckel. Honestly, he should have been arrested for that hit, let alone a penalty. David Kreijci isn't nearly as dirty a player because he doesn't play for...
The Red Wings could be facing a Pittsburgh Penguins team missing its top three centers tonight at Consol Energy Center, as Sidney Crosby is out for sure, and Evgeni Malkin and Jordan Staal are questionable.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned forward Jason Williams and defenseman Alexandre Picard to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero.
It's tough being a preadolescent sports fan. You can find a team and you can love them, but it's hard to understand that others are allowed to like different teams, and you often find yourself at odds with those that you love.
Case in point: this little Pittsburgh Penguins fan, who wants nothing more than for his parents to join him in cheering on Crosby and company.
Evgeni Malkin scored once, but later hit two posts and was robbed by Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard, as the Penguins ultimately fell to the Red Wings.
Interesting stat via NHL.com
The Senators give up 3.44 goals a game.
The Penguins score 2.97 a game.
The over/under, according to betus.com, is 5 1/2