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Pascal Dupuis is known for being a defensively responsible forward, but so far this season he’s being rewarded for his efforts on the stat sheet. With 19 points (6G-13A) in 24 games, Dupuis is on pace to have his most productive NHL seas...

Sidney Crosby Trolls Still Not Impressed

Bloggers and the media learned a long time ago that a great way to get attention is to mention Sidney Crosby. This works because Crosby is a pretty polarizing figure: Either you love him or you hate him. If you say something that is pro-Crosby, you'll get a bunch of people jumping all over you for supporting him and if you say something negative about him you'll find...

Brian Murray on Foligno/Crosby

Good old Brian Murray, GM for the Sens, was talking to the media before the Sens-Canes game on Sunday night.  After fielding a bunch of questions, the session was coming to a close, but then Brian Murray asked something along the lines of, "No one wants to ask me about Sidney Crosby's comments?"  The fun begins at the 4:02 mark.   He goes out...

Penguins' Neal fined $2,500

Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal has been fined $2,500 for high sticking Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban Saturday in Montreal. Neal was assessed a minor penalty on the play. The Penguins defeated the Canadiens, 4-3. The money from the fine, which is the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, goes to the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund. Neal has...

Ratings: NHL on NBC, Crosby’s Return, Bayou Classic

Recent sports TV ratings notes, including numbers for Friday’s Bruins/Red Wings game on NBC, local ratings for Sidney Crosby‘s return, and a decline for college football’s Bayou Classic. Bruins, Red Wings, Are the 1%: Friday’s Bruins/Red Wings NHL regular season game earned a 1.0 overnight rating on NBC. The game was the first of the annual ‘Black Friday’ NHL telecasts...

Pens' Letang questionable against Rangers after broken nose

Penguins defenseman Kris Letang is questionable for Tuesday's road game against the Rangers as a result of facial injuries he suffered Saturday in Montreal.

Penguins Crosby Surges to Fourth Place Among Forwards in All-Star Fan Balloting

Pittsburgh Penguins fans around the country took notice of Sidney Crosby’s successful return to the lineup by casting 132,335 votes last week in an effort to elect Crosby to the 2012 NHL All-Star Game as part of All-Star Fan Balloting presen...

Cooke, With Just Four Penalties, is a Changed Player

Matt Cooke wanted to be a different player this season. Through 24 games, he's practically unrecognizable. The 33-year-old left wing made a name for himself for all the wrong reasons during his first three seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins. ...

Letang: Punishment fit the crime

The blind-side blow to the face defenseman Kris Letang absorbed Saturday from Montreal's Max Pacioretty broke his nose and compelled him to spend a lot of time with medical personnel the past few days. Even so, Letang doesn't seem to be carrying a grudge and said he believes the three-game suspension Pacioretty received Monday is reasonable punishment.

Crosby named NHL 'First Star' in first week back

Penguins center Sidney Crosby capped his first seven days back in uniform by being named the NHL's 'First Star' for the week that ended Sunday.

Pundays: Sid Vicious

It was a week of Thanksgiving... and you can bet for sure that the good folks at the Pun Headline Writing Department are thankful that Sidney Crosby is back where he belongs... on the front page. Good thing didn't blur his mouth. Click here to check out the best and worst Sidney Crosby headlines from the past 11 months!!! By now, everyone knows...

Pens' Neal fined $2,500 for high sticking Subban

Pittsburgh Penguins forward James Neal has been fined $2,500 for high sticking Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban Saturday in Montreal.

Sidney Crosby is OK with Headshots as Long as They're Done with Elbows on Nick Foligno

Sidney Crosby may be OK with head shots as long as they're done with elbows on Senator Nick Foligno. You just have to expect elbows to the head in hockey. The NHL will even name you Star of the... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

It Took All Of 16 Seconds For Sean Avery To Get Into A Fight With The Penguins

Calling it a "fight" is a bit misleading—the participants were only assessed two minute roughing minors—but the efficiency by which it was commenced is worth noting, especially since Sean Avery didn't appear to actually start this fight with the Penguins' Tyler Kennedy. (He took a more active part in restarting the bout as...

Dominant Second Period Enough For Rangers To Extend Wining Streak To Three

The Rangers scored four straight goals during the second period held on for a 4-3 win over Pittsburgh. The win extended Rangers wining streak to three games and making another early statement in the Eastern Conference. Callahan started the Rangers scoring and Mitchell, Richards and Gaborik followed to turn a 1-0 deficit into what seemed like a comfortable 4-1 lead. The Penguins...

Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New York Rangers – Game 25

Now you see why I hate Montreal so bad.  What a bunch of scum bags these guys are.  Cheap-shotting, diving fairies.  They are awful, and frankly they get every call in Montreal.  The fans might as well referee the games there. Still the Penguins came out of this one with two points.  Why?  Because they [...]
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