JAMES NEAL RUMORS & GOSSIP
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Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) and Chris Shannon (@ChrisShannon16) make their predictions for the first round of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs. Near the end of the show, the pair give their thoughts...
James Neal #18 of the Nashville Predators celebrate a goal with the bench against the Winnipeg Jets during an NHL game at Bridgestone Arena on February 12, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Mandatory Credit: John Russell/Getty Images)
Although one could argue that James Neal was the beneficiary of playing with Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the fact that...
If you hate diving and embellishment in the NHL, you’ll be pleased to know that the league has handed out their first fine for diving. James Neal of the Nashville Predators was the lucky recipient of the $2,000 fine for embellishment after he dove against the San Jose Sharks back on December 13th.
Neal was slapped in the pants with a stick and received a minor penalty for embellishment...
Will James Neal be traded?
Did Pittsburgh Penguins winger James Neal asked to be traded? The answer differs depending on who you listen to.
Late Thursday night, several reports surfaced indicating that right wing James Neal asked General Manager Ray Shero for a trade midway through the 2013-2014 season. Neal, who has become the subject of some pretty serious trade rumors since...
From time to time NHL teams will loosen their belt and allow fans brief access to a player on social media. Yesterday, the Penguins featured such an event with #AskNeal People were invited to submit questions on Twitter for Neal to then answer during a predetermined period of time.Go ahead, read the rest »
If we had to describe the Penguins twitter account in a phase, it would be “out of touch with reality.”
To further that point, the account asked for questions for James Neal. Yikes
Have you always wanted to know Nealer's favorite thing about Geno? Ask him this (or anything else) using #AskNeal! pic.twitter.com/fyg3p5wRPR
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) March 24, 2014
Pittsburgh Penguins winger James Neal played in his 400th career game on Thursday night, but his actions during the second period might result in him missing a few of his team’s upcoming contests. Neal was given a minor penalty after cross checking Detroit Red Wings forward Luke Glendening in the head. The NHL’s Department of Player Safety likely will review the hit and determine...
I think it's safe to say that it might end up being a rough week for Pittsburgh Penguins' winger James Neal. First, Neal had an outside shot to replace Steven Stamkos on Team Canada for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. He was not chosen...Martin St. Louis was. Not a big surprise, but obviously still a let down for Neal and Pens fans. Go ahead, read the rest »
When Hockey Canada announces it’s roster for the upcoming 2014 Olympics in Sochi on January 7th, Penguins forward James Neal will most likely not be on it.
But he should be.
Neal, along with fellow teammate Chris Kunitz, are both considered bubble players to make Team Canada, which boasts a stacked roster, especially at forward, and many perceive Neal to largely be the beneficiary...
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James Neal has emerged as an elite goal scorer once again.
Tuesday’s Penguins game vs. the New Jersey Devils was Pittsburgh’s 41st of the season, the exact halfway point of the 2013-2014 season, and what better way to commemorate the mid-season mark than with a mid-season report card.
Where they stand:
With a 29-12-1 record, the Penguins sit atop the Eastern Conference as well...