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With the big win last night the Penguins have Ottawa on the brink of elimination and have afforded themselves the opportunity to get their #1 goalie back into the fold.
Many will argue that Tomas Vokoun is the hot hand and the Penguins should leave him in net. On the other side many will argue that Marc-André Fleury has experience under the pressures of Stanley Cup games and...
Semifinals Game 4: Pens 7 Sens 3
Pens Lead Series 3-1
Neal (2), unassisted
Kunitz (4) from Dupuis, Letang
Iginla (3) from Letang, Neal
Neal (3) (PP) from Crosby, Letang
Dupuis (7) (SH) from Cooke
Crosby (7) from Kennedy
Iginla (4) (PP) from Jokinen, Letang
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Shots: Neal (9)
Missed Shots: Martin & Neal (3)
Blocked Shots: Orpik (4)
If you watch this enough times you can actually see Chris Phillips signing his retirement papers. What a disgusting move.
After having their series lead cut in half by a stunning 2 to 1 overtime victory by the Senators Sunday evening, the Penguins were looking to rebound with a decisive victory and take a third game in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Semi-Final. Ottawa, riding the momentum of both the victory and home ice advantage, was looking to tie the series at a two apiece.
Jarome Iginla and James Neal each scored twice and the Pittsburgh Penguins routed the Ottawa Senators 7-3 on Wednesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz and Pascal Dupuis also scored for Pittsburgh, and Tomas Vokoun made 30 saves. Down 2-1 after the first period, the Penguins scored twice in a 40-second span early in...
Good goal according to on-ice officials and Toronto.
During the second period of game five of the Pittsburgh Penguins-Ottawa Senators series, Penguins forward James Neal scored a very strange goal on Senators goalie Craig Anderson. After Neal’s initial shot was stopped by Anderson, Kris Letang picked up the puck and tried to bank it off Anderson. Letang’s shot rolled around and the puck was on edge and got stuck underneath...
The Pittsburgh Penguins are visiting the Ottawa Senators in game 4 of this series. The Penguins lead 2-1 and the Senators need a win in order to avoid an elimination game in Pittsburgh on Friday.
The puck drops around 7:37pm ET and can be watched on NBCSN, CBC and RDS.
Feel free to comment below on the game or anything related to the 2013 NHL Playoffs.
Former NHL prospect Konstantin Pushkarev has signed a one year extension with Barys Astana of the KHL. Pushkarev was drafted in the second round of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings, but traded to the Dallas Stars late in the 2006–07 NHL season in the deal involving former Kings captain Mattias Norström. He played one game for the Kings in [...]
The second round of the AHL playoffs completed yesterday. My first round coverage was here. Here are the results from the second round:
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins defeat Providence Bruins four games to three. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is the Pittsburgh Penguins farm team and Providence belongs to the Boston Bruins. Providence had a 3-0 lead in this series and Wilkes-Barre...
With a 6-2 win over the Ottawa Senators, the Pittsburgh Penguins move on to the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Senators had a tough time finding any momentum and now many will ask if Daniel Alfredsson has played his last NHL game.
The playoffs are about lessons. Some teams learn. Some teams don't. Some teams die.
With an extra day off between games, the anticipation for Game Four was able to reach its maximum levels as we all waited for some questions to be answered.
Was Game Three a harbinger of bad things to come in this series?
Were the Penguins gonna have to deal with another Halak series...
By Matthew Feuerman of TiqIQ,
Following a 7-3 loss at the hands (or should we say flippers) of the Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday night, the Ottawa Senators are on their last leg, down 3-1 to arguably the NHL’s top team.
Has the Senators’ luck run out, or did they simply run into an unstoppable force they couldn’t overpower with grit, hustle and focus, similar to how...