Tanner Glass got rocked in Music City.
Glass was credited with five of the Penguins' 17 blocks — including a couple against howitzer-firing defenseman Shea Weber in the first period — to spark a 3-1 victory over the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday.
Glass was exactly what the Penguins, winless in three previous games and lethargic in an outdoor loss at...
Late in the first period against Nashville on Tuesday night, the Penguins were on a penalty kill. Tanner Glass and Craig Adams jumped over the boards for their portion. And then something remarkable happened.
Tanner Glass laid in front of three Shea Weber slap shots.
Weber's shot has been recorded at 106 mph btw.
The first one, he did not block. Then he lost his...
By: Melissa Esing (Off_thepost)
Photo Credit: Bruce Bennett/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 Tanner Glass.
Notorious for his physical presence on the ice, 30-year-old Tanner Glass was a huge disappointment his first season with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ray Shero...
How about Pittsburgh Penguins forward Tanner Glass?! Quite possibly the most improved player on the entire team. Glass was dreadful last season, only tallying two points wasn't as big as a physical presence as the Pens were hoping for. After all, Glass was making $1.5 million per-year and the expectations were for him to be a good third-or-fourth line player.Go ahead, read the rest »
A Tanner Glass postgame interview Saturday night on Root Sports was videbombed by … well, a dongshot. The Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Saturday, and Glass had an assist in the game. He was interviewed after the contest, but the interviewer chose a poor location nearby what looked like the training room. […]
Glass Eyes Return Tonight (Photo: ECAC Hockey)
Tanner Glass will play tonight against the Carolina Hurricanes. Glass hasn’t played since breaking his hand in a 3-2 loss against Montreal on November 23.
Pascal Dupuis will likely miss time with a lower-body injury suffered in Ottawa – no word yet as to how long he will miss. Harry Zolnierczyk has been recalled from Wilkes-Barre...
The loss of Bennett is just the latest in a long list of Penguins injuries.
When it comes to injuries and the Pittsburgh Penguins, the question does not seem to be if, but rather when and who.
A Penguins roster that has been struggling to find consistency all season took another serious blow last night and this morning, when it was announced that forwards Tanner Glass and Beau Bennett...
Welcome to another edition of "Mad Monday". Coming into today, the Pittsburgh Penguins are back in first place and went 3-1 since last Monday. Hard to be mad about anything involving your favorite team during a span like that, especially considering the teams that they played during that four-game stretch.The loss in Saturday night's game to the Montreal Canadians...
Shero brought in Tanner Glass last season, he was looking for a solid 4th line
contributor -- someone with some versatility and physical toughness at a
relative bargain. In his years with
Vancouver and Winnipeg, Glass scored a handful of goals but was mainly known
for his physical presence. That puts him
in a large pool of potential 4th line players like Craig...
Tanner Glass offered to replace jerseys with his old number with jerseys with his new number after he offered up his old number to the newly acquired Brenden Morrow.