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According to the Pittsburgh Penguins' official website, Steve MacIntyre has been recalled from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.
The best part of the news release is where they try to make him look like an actual hockey player by listing statistics:
Last year the 32-year-old MacIntyre split the season between Pittsburgh and WBS. MacIntyre played 12 games with Pittsburgh, collecting six penalty minutes. He appeared in 24 contests with WBS, totaling one goal and 59 penalty minutes.
A native of Brock, Saskatchewan, MacIntyre has played 90 career NHL games for Pittsburgh, Edmonton and Florida, tallying two goals, two assists, four points and 163 penalty minutes.
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No. This is not a typo. On Thursday, April 18, 2013, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that they have recalled forward Steve MacIntyre from their AHL affiliate; Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (WBS). MacIntyre, who has played 12 games in a Pittsburgh Penguins uniform, has played all of the games with WBS in the 2012-2013 season. Although this is newsworthy, [...]
Brenden Morrow scored two goals for the second straight game and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-4 on Wednesday night to move closer to clinching the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Brandon Sutter added two goals for Pittsburgh, and newly acquired Jarome Iginla and Doug Murray also scored for the Penguins, who had little trouble with the Canadiens...
I don't think I"m exaggerating to say the greater hockey world was eagerly anticipating Eugene Melnyk's next interview following this little number (which Graeme had some fun with here). Eugene talking into a microphone is pretty much always notable, but this instance went viral in ways past curious comments stayed a local footnote.
The above video was shot today...
The Pittsburgh Penguins haven't missed a beat despite the absences of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, and they're on the verge of securing the Eastern Conference title as a result.
The Penguins have won five in a row and can eliminate the heavy hearted Boston Bruins from contention for the top spot in the Eastern Conference when the teams meet at TD Garden on Friday night...
By Matthew Albright The Pittsburgh Penguins will face off against the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday April 17, 2013 at Consol Energy Center (CEC). This game is one of the last three regular season games that will be played at CEC. Furthermore, this is the final match-up between the Penguins and Canadiens in the regular season. The [...]
With the Boston Marathon bomber still on the loose in the Boston area, the Bruins have postponed their game tonight vs. the Pittsburgh Penguins at the TD Garden. It has been tentatively been changed to Saturday at 12:30 pm. According to Joe Haggerty from CSNNE.com, if the Boston Marathon suspects are still on the loose tomorrow, it's doubtful the game will be played. Final...
If you're new to DOY, then you have no idea why this is here. We have always equated hockey and wrestling. For some reason, they seem to fit well together. Ever since the Iginla thing went down - the Bruins/Penguins have acted like a WWF storyline so we figured we would actually write it like a WWF storyline. Enjoy today's preview - I worked hard on it, ha.
NEW YORK/TORONTO (April 19, 2013) -- The game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins scheduled for tonight at TD Garden has been postponed, the National Hockey League announced today.
The game has been tentatively rescheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, April 20, at TD Garden beginning at 12:30 p.m., Eastern time. The game's status will be formalized no later than 8...
The Bruins, who currently sit in fourth place in the Eastern Conference standings, will host the conference-leading Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday night at TD Garden. But playoff positioning is but a small part of what makes this matchup so compelling.
Along with perennial All-Stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh’s offense has been further bolstered by the addition...
Montreal Canadiens (26-11-5) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (30-10-0)
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The Pittsburgh Penguins are in first place in the Eastern Conference. The Montreal Canadiens are in second. Seven points separate the two teams. The Pens could put some distance between themselves and their opponents with a win in...
It means so much less than so many things in the grand scope of everything, but it will be nice to have hockey. Go Pens. Go Boston.