Pittsburgh Penguins

Caps fall to Pens, again

After losing what Coach Adam Oates called  “a clearly winnable game” the night before, the Washington Capitals traveled north to Pittsburgh to finish what was started. Unfortunately, they did not pick up where ...

Flyers Address Needs, Draft D-Men

BY JOSH GIBBLE Every NHL team produces a high amount of intrigue heading into the NHL Draft, but no team is surrounded by the same infamous level of entertainment than the Philadelphia Flyers year-in and year-...

New Additions Help Rangers Rout Pens

April 4, 2013 The trade deadline is always hectic and full of surprises and this year, for the New York Rangers, it was no different. The team quietly dealt power forward Marian Gaborik to the Columbus Blue Ja...

Malkin’s Ascension to Greatness

With his most recent Hart Trophy win as league MVP, Evgeni Malkin has quickly established himself as one of the best Russian players to ever play in the NHL. Over the years we have seen a number of great player...

Star-Struck Devils Lose to Pens

The last time this writer has ever heard of a team that was so star-struck they actually just handed the game over to the other team was when Jaromir Jagr was still playing for the New York Rangers. Players on ...

The Comeback Kid Inspires Win

In the long awaited return, Sid “the Kid” Crosby played in his first game back since the he was knocked out of the December 5th game against the Boston Bruins.  Plagued with a concussion he received back on New...
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Sidney Crosby to Sit Out vs Panthers

SUNRISE, FL – Sidney Crosby will not play against the Florida Panthers Saturday night, coach Dan Bylsma announced after the team’s practice at the BankAtlantic Center Friday morning. Crosby skated in the practi...

Devils On The Rise?

With Sidney Crosby (concussion) and Evgeni Malkin (undisclosed injury) out of the Pittsburgh Penguins lineup on Thursday night, along with Marc-Andre Fleury given the night off, the cards were in the Devils’ ha...