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NHL Analyst Brian Engblom Hit In Head With Puck, Returns To Game (Video)

PITTSBURGH — NBC Sports Network analyst Brian Engblom needed stitches after taking a puck to his forehead late in the second period of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ 3-2 shootout victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night. Penguins star Sidney Crosby tipped Brenden Dillon’s outlet pass over the glass with 1:42 left in the period. The puck deflected right at Engblom, who was...
Via NESN.com
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brian Engblom is busted open after taking a puck to the forehead

Your browser does not support iframes. It’s amazing that this doesn’t happen more often. During Penguins-Sharks over the weekend, NBC’s between the glass analyst Brian Engblom caught a puck square to the forehead when it got redirected off Sidney Crosby’s stick.  Engblom was rushed away from the bench area with a towel covering his face, then returned a few moments later...
Via Awful Announcing
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Thoughts: Game 75 – Downie fights and scores to lead Pens to 3-2 win over Coyotes

By: Meesh Shanmugam Here’s a link to the Postgame Thoughts archive, in case you want to catch up on what you may have missed. Pens 3  Coyotes 2 Record: 41-23-11 Goals Winnik (9) from Martin, Crosby Downie (14) (PP) from Crosby, Malkin Crosby (25) from Pouliot, Malkin Click here to read the goal assessments Penalties Lapierre (roughing) – Inconsequential (gets into a shoving...
Via The PensNation
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kris Letang released from hospital, but has concussion

  Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang has been diagnosed with a concussion as a result of a scary hit he received Saturday from Arizona Coyotes captain Shane Doan. Letang was released from a hospital Sunday. “Like anything else, we’ll just take it as a day-to-day thing and we’ll see how he reacts and recovers from it,” coach Mike Johnston said. Letang, who...
Via Sports-Glory
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Thoughts: Game 74 – Pens look lost in 5-2 loss to Hurricanes

By: Meesh Shanmugam Here’s a link to the Postgame Thoughts archive, in case you want to catch up on what you may have missed. Hurricanes 5  Pens 2 Record: 40-23-11 Goals Sutter (17) from Crosby, Lovejoy Cole (5) from Adams, Bennett Click here to read the goal assessments Penalties Lapierre (roughing) – Inconsequential (gets into a little shoving match with Malone in front...
Via The PensNation
4 days ago  |  Discuss

RECAP: GAME 68. Penguins lose Crosby and Malkin within minutes. Lose 2-0.

So, there is no need to go into much detail about this game. Two events occured that probably decided the outcome about 90 seconds into the game. 1.) Sidney Crosby was a late scratch. He was said to be ill. Their was no other detail. If we were betting men we’d say it sounds like an appendix. 2.) Evgeni Malkin went down about 90 seconds into the game when he collided with some...
Via The Pensblog
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Sidney Crosby gets leveled in open-ice hit

Sidney Crosby might want to keep his head on a swivel. The Pittsburgh Penguins superstar usually steers clear of big hits and bruising defenders. In Sunday’s matchup against the Columbus Blue Jackets, however, Sid the Kid found himself on the wrong end of a crushing blow, courtesy of Jackets forward Ryan Johansen. That sound you heard was the entire city of Pittsburgh gasping as...
Via NESN.com
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Sidney Crosby catches teammate’s stick (VIDEO)

Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is a jack of all trades. He scores goals, sets up scoring opportunities and also manages equipment, apparently. During Wednesday night’s Penguins-Capitals game, Patric Hornqvist had his stick knocked out of his hand. So it sure looked like his team would be at a disadvantage while he played stick-less. Wrong. Crosby managed to catch...
Via The Sports Daily
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Sidney Crosby catches teammate's stick in mid-air

Here’s a pretty awesome highlight from last night’s Penguins-Capitals game that you may not have noticed in real time. Patric Hörnqvist had his stick knocked out of his hand during a Capitals’ player’s shot on net, sending the lumber sailing through the air.  Most of the time when this happens, the player in question is forced Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

GIF: Sidney Crosby receives a lucky bounce on his shootout goal

It looked like Sidney Crosby failed on his shootout attempt against the Chicago Blackhawks, but one huge bounce changed that thought in a hurry. Crosby backhanded a puck towards the frame but Corey Crawford got his left arm on it. The puck bounced into the air and had enough momentum to carry into the net. Via Reddit Hockey: Crosby knew he got pretty lucky. The post GIF: Sidney...
Via Puck Drunk Love
February 15, 2015  |  Discuss
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