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The return of Sidney Crosby promptly ended the Rangers mini-winning streak as the Pens dropped the Rangers tonight 5-2 at Madison Square Garden. The Blue shirt’s Jekyll and Hyde play in this game ultimately was their undoing. There was a lot of positives to take away from this game as well as quite a few negatives. To the bullets…
The Rangers started off the game trying to establish a physical presence. Boyle and Prust were targeting Malkin relentlessly. Unfortunately, that physical edge would not last long.
It seemed like the Rangers were getting their bearings for the first half of the period. They almost needed to prove to themselves that they could skate with Pittsburgh.
Tough bounce on the Pen’s first goal. Biron made a nice pad save and the rebound went off the crossbar, off Bickel and into the net. 1-0 Penguins.
The PK unit looked great in the first. They were all over Crosby at the point and not allowing the wingers to gain possession along the sidewalls...
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The greatest hockey player on the planet is returning to NHL action tonight and all eyes will be on how he moves, how he handles the puck, handles contact, and, most importantly, how he scores. Everybody knows that the Pittsburgh Penguins are one of the most potent offenses in the league, but tonight they’ll be facing the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers, who have a...
There are currently four teams that have more points than the Pittsburgh Penguins. Don’t let the standings fool you. With Sidney Crosby returning to the lineup, the Penguins are undoubtedly the NHL’s team to beat.The current winning streak the Penguins are on – nine games, by the way – is fascinating. Their level of competition hasn’t been great, but winning that many...
Pens (42-21-5, 18-13-3 road) at NYR (44-18-7, 24-7-2 home), Madison Square Garden, 7:00 pm EDT
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Congratulations to those who had March 15 in the Sidney Crosby comeback date poll â you win! What will you get? Great question.
The Penguins have already won nine straight games without the services of Crosby, or Kris Letang, for that...
Sidney Crosby might not be the only one that could be back in the Penguins lineup tomorrow. It’s rumored that Kris Letang, who was out for the last several games with a recurrence of concussion like symptoms, could dress for Thursday’s showdown with the Rangers. The return of Letang would be a huge boost for the power play and would virtually complete the Penguins’ season...
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Matt Cooke scored a pair of goals and Sidney Crosby had an assist in a triumphant return to the lineup as the red-hot Pittsburgh Penguins extended their winning streak to 10 games with a 5-2 victory over the host New York Rangers on Thursday.Evgeni Malkin, Chris Kunitz and Pascal Dupuis also scored goals as the Penguins whittled Eastern Conference-leading New York's lead to four...
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Looks like the Rangers are listening (via New York Times)...Brian Boyle..."Look, don't get me wrong. I'm happy for him that he's healthy. But our mentality cannot change and it will not change. When we play against Crosby, we have to play him hard."Carl Hagelin...“It’s always fun to go up against the best player. We just have to make sure all our emotion...
With All-Star Henrik Lundqvist still suffering from the flu, New York Rangers goaltender Martin Biron will start Thursday's game against the returning Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
"Especially with how well Marty is playing, it makes sense that he is in there tonight," Lundqvist told the team's website.
In addition, captain Ryan Callahan will sit...
Yinzers couldn’t wait for ConcussionGate to end but no that Sidney Crosby’s resurrection date is upon us, a lot of so-called fans aren’t happy with the way Sid’s return is playing out.
The Penguins are in the home stretch and they just got the best player in the world back with 13 games to play in the regular season. It doesn’t matter when, where or how Sid comes back...
NBC Sports and the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) will be offering a comprehensive slate of college hockey and NHL action over the next week. It all starts tonight as NBCSN has the return of Sidney Crosby as the Penguins take on the Rangers in New York. College hockey takes over Friday and Saturday as the
This is what many hockey folks are wondering when it comes to tonight’s tilt between the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins at Madison Square Garden.
For starters, it is both a divisional- and conference- battle. The Blueshirts currently hold a six point lead over the Penguins as the top spot in both the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference.
On the other side, the Penguins...
Was there a Sidney Crosby return? I could not tell. There were seven other games besides the one that felt like it was shown on 3435 networks. Yes #87 has tons of fantasy ramifications surely but to say it was the motherload would be just inaccurate. Some will say the bigger impact in Pittsburgh may be the return of Kris Letang so take notes fantasy fans...
Glen Sather at GM meetings: with a healthy Sidney Crosby, the Penguins are the best team in the NHL.— Chris Botta (@ChrisBottaNHL) March 14, 2012
...assuming Sather is trying to deflect some pressure off his team, but until the Pens overtake the Rangers in the standings I'm going to continue to say the Rangers are better.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or...