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1) Steven Stamkos, C, Lightning – He scored 60 goals for a team possessing the 25th-best power play. Tampa Bay has taken steps to improve with the man advantage.2) Evgeni Malkin, C, Penguins – He elevated his game when Sidney Crosby missed much of last season. Then he dominated the KHL during the lockout.3) Sidney Crosby, C, Penguins – He missed 101 games during the past two NHL campaigns. But when he plays, he piles up multi-point games.4) Daniel Sedin, W, Canucks -- He was rolling along last season with 64 points with a plus-19 rating in his first 63 games before getting knocked out. The lockout gave him extra time to heal.5) Claude Giroux, C/W, Flyers – Be blossomed into 93-point scorer last season while centering the top line. He piled up 38 power-play points.6) James Neal, W, Penguins – He failed to fit into the Pittsburgh lineup the year before, but he clicked with Malkin last season during his 40-goal, 41-assist season. He put 329 shots on goal.7) Alex Ovechkin, W, Capitals ...
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"You realize over that period of time that you just want to compete and be with your team and go through all the normal things that an NHL season brings. I'm just excited for that," Crosby said.
"I always thought I appreciated the game; I'd be the first one to say that I don't think I took it for granted. I've always worked hard and realized...
After one whole day, Evgeni Malkin finally spoke to the press so the Beaver County Times can call off it's goons.
Here is the video via the Pens:
Malkin talked about how great it is to be back in Pittsburgh. Pretty boring interview. Sounds like Guy Junker asked a question that Malkin didn't understand. We didn't hear any whiny babies in the background so...
An NBC commercial promoting the NHL season opener between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers got its facts mixed up by claiming that the Penguins defeated the Flyers in last year's playoffs. The ad sells the game with this:
Sid "The Kid" (Crosby) and the Penguins face off with rival Philly...and Claude Giroux and the Flyers have their sights set on revenge...
The headaches are gone. Finally. So are the doubts, the ones Sidney Crosby couldn't outrun as he rehabilitated from concussion-like symptoms that robbed hockey's best player from two years in the middle of his prime.
It's no fun waking up the morning after a punishing workout and have your mind immediately drift to whether or not you'll end the day in a quiet room...
The headaches are gone. Finally. So are the doubts, the ones Sidney Crosby couldn’t outrun as he rehabilitated from concussion-like symptoms that robbed hockey’s best player from two years in the middle of his prime.
It’s no fun waking up in the morning after a punishing workout and have your mind immediately drift to whether or not you’ll end the day in a quiet room with...
from Scott Butherus of the NaplesNews,
It wasn't all hard work for the Tampa Bay Lightning during their time in Southwest Florida. Following Thursday's practice, the team spent some time at Fort Myers Beach to get to know each other a little bit better off the ice, enjoy the gorgeous weather, and have a little bit of fun.
Part of the team-building activities included...
Evgeni Malkin's first media availability since returning from the KHL:
A lockout shortened season will be a true test for the Bolts. Listed below is the 2013 roster, offseason moves, players to keep an eye on, and how they may finish this season. Roster Forwards # Name 89 Cory Conacher 19 B.J. Crombeen 18 Adam Hall 76 Pierre-Cedric Labrie 4 Vincent Lecavalier 12 Ryan Malone 67 Benoit Pouliot 16 Teddy Purcell 11 Tom...
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There are few teams in hockey as loaded offensively as the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The trouble for the Penguins is, there are plenty of teams better at the other end of the ice. Following two first-round playoff exits, including a six-game loss to Philadelphia last spring, Pittsburgh is hoping a renewed focus on defense will lead to the franchise's fourth Stanley Cup.
Every season, TSN puts out a list of the top 50 players in the National Hockey League.
Just like last season, Pittsburgh Penguins' captain Sidney Crosby tops the rankings. He's followed by teammate Evgeni Malkin in this edition, with another familiar face coming in third.
That's right; the guy who decked Crosby in the playoffs last season comes in at third place in this...
It’s time for yet another installment of “It’s Not About You Theatre”. Weeks after the BBWA made Baseball Hall of Fame voting about no one but themselves, Beaver County Times Writer Chris Bradford has come out gun ablazing to one up them. How dare Evgeni Malkin not talk to Chris Bradford! Do you know who [...]