Found February 07, 2012 on
Good period of hockey. Paul Martin almost hit the powerball, Subban is still a dick.
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Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby returned to practice Monday, but there is still no timetable for when the former MVP will return from a neck injury.
The 24-year-old skated with his teammates in Montreal for the first time since being forced out of the lineup in early December following a brief return. He has been skating on his own in recent weeks.
Last Tuesday, the Penguins...
This one is tough. Gonch was an aging defenseman. He came off a not-so solid playoff ( see Travis Moen's goal in game 7)
Paul Martin was the puck moving defenseman from the New Jersey Devils. He was younger, much less of a risk.
From Rob Rossi that summer:
The Penguins prefer a two-year term at no more than his previous $5 million annual salary, and Barry...
In what could be the longest article we've ever read on the Internet, ESPN's Stephania Bell goes into tremendous detail about Sidney Crosby's injury and looming return to the ice. Definitely worth a read. [ ESPN ]
Used to be that a bad game would rattle Marc-Andre Fleury, causing him to follow it with one that wasn't much better. Not anymore, though. He proved that again Tuesday night, when he did just about everything possible to earn a victory for the Penguins against Montreal at the Bell Centre.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby practiced Monday but said he is no closer to returning from a concussion and neck injury that have sidelined him for most of the season.
PHT: Sidney Crosby wears a non-contact jersey and skates with the Penguins in practice. It's a start.
MONTREAL (AP) -- Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby practiced Monday but said he is no closer to returning from a concussion and neck injury that have caused him to miss most of the NHL season.
MONTREAL (AP) -- Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby practiced Monday but said he is no closer to returning from a concussion and neck injury that have sidelined him for most of the season.
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MONTREAL, Quebec – Two steps forward, one step back.
The Penguins inched a little closer in the health department as center Jordan Staal and defenseman Simon Despres, both working through knee injuries, returned to team practice Monday at...
He didn't look bad on a line with Steve Sullivan and Cal O'Reilly, even though he was playing out of position. He added a nice dimension to the No. 2 power play, as well, even though the second unit isn't exactly his natural habitat.
One thing you can set your watch to. No matter the season, the record, or time of year, a loss in Montreal will drive you crazy. Losing in Montreal makes you think thoughts that aren't rational. It drives you to your kitchen where you just start eating things because you're so jammed up. You take your dog for a real long walk after losses in Montreal. You probably...