BEAU BENNETT RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Pens are in trouble.
We’re not gonna be rah-rah, the Pens can do anything they set their mind to. With Malkin and Hornqvist out, this is the perfect time for the Pens to see who can step up and make plays. The answer is: NO ONE. How much better would you feel if Max Lapierre or even Beau Bennett scored a goal or even made a play during this stretch? It would be a sign of life...
It was a pretty goal. Especially by recent black-and-gold standards. Beau Bennett cruised into the slot, gathered up a loose puck, and slipped it through the goalie’s five-hole.
Problem is, it was Marc-Andre Fleury’s five-hole.
Bennett’s wrong-way play seems to epitomize the plight of the Penguins, who’ve lost four straight. A team built to score goals suddenly can’t buy...
Beau Bennett’s had a rocky year for the Pens (Photo via PittsburghPenguins.com)
By: Jim Meinecke
Beau Bennett’s young career has been well-documented. He was drafted first overall by the Penguins in 2010 and came highly touted. Aside from the NHL, he has produced at every level thus far. That being said, his injury woes are a sore subject, so to speak, and they date back to...
The Penguins are playing host to the Boston Bruins in this week’s edition of the NHL’s Wednesday Night Rivalry in Pittsburgh. Pens’ forward Beau Bennett was seated near Pierre McGuire as the NBC analyst interviewed Brandon Sutter prior to the game, and Bennett did a good job summing up how most people feel about Pierre
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Beau Bennett may have the Mumps.
And this could turn even worse, because Bennett made a trip to Pittsburgh’s Children Hospital last week as a part of the Penguins annual charity.
#BREAKING Pens say Beau Bennett might have mumps. He visited kids at Children's Hospital last week. Those kids are now being tested.
— DebG_WPXI (@WPXI_DebG) December 15, 2014
What a nightmare.
How will the Penguins lines shake out this season?
There has been great discussion throughout training camp about what the Penguins offense will look like this season.
The Penguins have a ton of new faces to go with a faster, more skill-oriented system under new head coach Mike Johnston, but many are wondering just how the lineup will shake out come game day.
More specifically, what...
Beau Bennett has the worst luck.
After two straight years of wrist injuries and an off-season surgery to repair that wrist, Penguins forward Beau Bennett looked like he was finally about to have the breakout season Pens fans have been waiting for since he was drafted in the first round back in 2010.
Unfortunately, his season will start a little bit later then expected, as the 22...
To call the career of Pittsburgh Penguins forward Beau Bennett "mercurial" is fair, and mercurial is a contextually appropriate assessment of his play given the bevy of talented yet unproductive skaters that have historically dotted the NHL landscape.With today's news that Beau Bennett suffered an apparent knee injury during practice at the Consol Energy Center comes the reality...
By: Melissa Esing (Off_thePost)
Photo Credit: Drew Hallowell/Getty Images
Throughout the 2013-2014 NHL season, I’ll be posting player features each Friday. This week, we’re going to take a look at Beau Bennett.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ fans have seen an asterisk next to Beau Bennett’s name on the roster beginning in late November, but the 22-year-old forward is finally back...
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Beau Bennett was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft and became the highest-drafted California born-and-trained player in NHL history. He is a product of the Gretzky era in California; when Yuppie parents started throwing their kids into roller hockey. When asked in an interview how he got started in hockey, Bennett offered, “My older...