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Pittsburgh Penguins star is out indefinitely with concussion-like symptoms
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Jaromir Jagr had a huge game in his return to Pittsburgh with the Philadelphia Flyers. He only scored one goal but had plenty of other opportunities, so many that he said earlier in his career that would have been five goals easily. Well the Penguins faithful didn’t take to kindly to him scoring a goal, one going as far as to flip him off as he skated by.
Here’s that video...
from Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Penguins still are better off without Jagr.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, ridiculous as it must seem on the day after Jagr and the Flyers were the better team for the second time in three weeks, this time, thanks in large part to Jagr’s goal, which put the Flyers ahead to stay, 2-1, in the second period, and an empty...
Sidney Crosby's situation could be discouraging for anyone. He's back to sitting out practices and games, back to dealing with concussion symptoms. According to others with the Penguins, though, their captain and best player is keeping his spirits up. "Sid knows how to handle a lot," winger Tyler Kennedy said. "He's handling it great.
We're pretty sure we made Max Talbot cry last night so that's the sum achievement of the Penguins against the Flyers this season, aside from a badass play by Malkin and Tyler Kennedy we guess.
We (PH Staff) were at the game last night and seeing that moment from Max and the Pittsburgh fans prompted many difficult emotions.
Ultimately, we feel okay for tugging heartstrings...
Detroit Red Wings fans don't care that Pittsburgh Penguins center/face of the NHL Sidney Crosby is out with post-concussion symptoms. This Wings fan thought this t-shirt would bring him luck at the craps table at Greektown Casino last night.
We didn't stick around to see how it fared.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned defenseman Simon Despres to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League, it was announced by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero.
Despres, 20, has played in 13 games for Pittsb...
The Penguins have reassigned defenesman Alexandre Picard and forwad Jason Williams to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League.
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 by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero.
Williams, 31, ha...
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"Drew. I know we just met, but I love ya. You're already number one in my heart."
In the days leading up to Darryl Sutter taking...
A loss in their last game kept the Pittsburgh Penguins from moving into a first-place tie in the Atlantic Division and snapped their four-game winning streak. They'll look to get back on track by keeping their run against the New Jersey Devils intact.
The Penguins go for their fourth straight victory in the series as the teams meet for the second time this season Saturday at...
The Pittsburgh Penguins will play in New Jersey for the first time this season, as they visit the Devils for today's Atlantic Division battle at the Prudential Center.
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (21-12-4) vs. New Jersey Devils (20-15-1) Where: Prudential Center When: 3:00 PM EST Channel: ROOT Sports Time to play the boring ass Devils again. Snnnnnnnnnooooooorrrrrrrre. Here is the preview for the first game which includes a wrap of last season’s series. The Penguins beat the Devils 4-1 in that first outing, beating [...]
Also, coach Pete DeBoer says he's been happy with Travis Zajac since center's return