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Thoughts: Game 46 – Pens limp into the all-star break with 3-2 (SO) loss to Chicago

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. Blackhawks 3  Pens 2 (SO) Record: 26-12-8 Goals Sill (1) from Ebbett Downie (8) from Goc, Arcobello Click here to read the goal assessments PenaltiesTeam (too many men/Arcobello) – Stupid (Arcobello steps on the ice for a change before the puck has...
Via The PensNation
5 days ago  |  Discuss

RECAP: Game 42. The Wild are a mess.

“Hey Mike, will I get fired too?” The Wild are a disgrace. At no point was this game even close. – It looked like the Wild’s controllers broke on the Pens’ opening goal. Hack Sill (yes, we are calling him Hack Sill) finally got his first point as a Penguin, and the Pens were off and running. The worst part is people using this goal against the worst team in the Northern...
Via The Pensblog
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Suter knocks out Steve Downie with nasty elbow to face (Video)

Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter knocked Pittsburgh Penguins forward Steve Downie out of Tuesday night's game at CONSOL Energy Arena with a nasty elbow to the face.It happened early in the second period in front of the Wild net, and Suter was not called for the penalty on the play, making you wonder how the referees could have missed this obvious call. If there is justice,...
Via Holdout Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

GIF: Ryan Suter elbows Steve Downie in the face

Ryan Suter may be in hot water with the NHL after he delivered a pretty nasty elbow to the face of Steve Downie. As Downie tried to pass, Suter tried to get a piece of him and his elbow flew up high into Downie’s face. It’s difficult to decipher intent, but it looks like a hit worthy of a suspension. Was there a penalty on the play? Of course not. This is the NHL and nothing...
Via Puck Drunk Love
13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ryan Suter delivers ugly elbow to Downie's face

Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter typically isn’t considered a dirty player around the National Hockey League, but he’ll likely be getting a call from the Department of Player Safety after this play on Tuesday night. During the Wild’s contest against the Penguing in Pittsburgh, Suter caught Pens forward Steve Downie up high with an elbow Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Thoughts: Game 32 – Hockey and Panthers make Downie go crazy in Pens 3-1 win

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  Panthers 1 Record: 22-6-4 Goals Spaling (5) from Downie, Goc Pouliot (1) from Downie, Spaling Crosby (10) from Letang, Despres Click here to read the goal assessments Penalties Harrington (high-sticking) – Careless (tries to lift his stick...
Via The PensNation
December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Pens Initiative Exclusive: Steve Downie Training Video

We sneaks at Pens Initiative are at it again.  This time we've obtained exclusive video of new Penguin Steve Downie training for this coming season.  Click below!Go ahead, read the rest »
Via PensInitiative
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Downie and Neal at Hockey Night in Barrie! by @VeryBarrieColts #HNIB

Last night in Barrie, Ontario Steve Downie and James Neal took part in an annual event that raises money for the RVH which is a local hospital. The event, which also featured Steven Stamkos, Aaron Ekblad, Tanner Pearson and many more current and former NHL players topped its highest total raised at one event this year bringing in $251,000. In the 7 years the event has been held the...
Via PensInitiative
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Rick Tocchet and Steve Downie Reunited in Pittsburgh by @ChicksDigHockey

Rick Tocchet knows all about being a bad ass. Search him on YouTube and you can find enough scrums to keep you occupied all day.  No one would ever accuse Tocchet of being a goon but he began his career mainly known as a fighter. He worked hard to hone his skills and became known as a power forward who also happened to take zero crap. He topped the 30-goal mark four straight years...
Via PensInitiative
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Downie out 7-10 days with upper-body injury

Steve Downie will be out for 7-10 days with an upper-body injury. (Photo Courtesy of Some news on the injury front surfaced just hours before puck drop of tonight's game for the Philadelphia Flyers against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Flyers GM Paul Holmgren announced that forward Steve Downie will be out for 7-10 days with an upper-body injury. Downie practiced with the...
Via Flyerdelphia
December 21, 2013  |  Discuss

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