Trevor Daley Out For Postseason


Daley to Miss Postseason With Ankle Injury The playoffs are all about attrition and the Pittsburgh Penguins are experiencing that the hard way. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said that Daley suffered a broken ankle in their Game 4 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning and will miss the remainder of the season. It’s a huge loss for the Penguins and ...

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Shawn Michaels to Support Penguins in Game 5

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Wrestling Superstar Headed to Game 5 The Pittsburgh Penguins are going to get some unexpected support when they take on the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals tonight. Maybe in the form of some “sweet chin music”. WWE wrestling legend Shawn Michaels will be in the building on Sunday to cheer on the Penguins after ...

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Kevin Stevens Facing Drug Charges

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Former Penguin in Trouble Former NHLer Kevin Stevens is in a lot of trouble after being charged in federal court with conspiring to sell oxycodone. According to the Boston Globe, the 51-year-old Stevens, is charged along with another man with conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute oxycodone. They both face a detention hearing on Tuesday. Stevens played in 874 ...

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Penguins Topple Caps in OT to Win Series

Penguins Deal Caps Yet Another Disappointing Playoff Exit Another year of regular season results, another playoff with an early exit. Such is the way of life for the Washington Capitals. Despite overcominh a 3-0 hole to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6, the Caps couldn’t hold on for the win, losing in overtime and ultimately dropping the series 4-2. The ...

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Has Murray Made Fleury Expendable?

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Murray Making Pens Future Plans Tougher In sports, it doesn’t take long to stir controversy or conversation. And Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Matt Murray has certainly been generating a lot of conversation recently. As of this writing, the Pittsburgh Penguins — once on the very fringe of the playoff picture — sit just one win from the Eastern Conference Final. They ...

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Kris Letang Suspended One Game For Illegal Check

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Penguins Defensemen to Miss Game Four It didn’t take long to find out what would be the fate of Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang. He will be suspended one game for an illegal check delivered to Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson during the first period of Monday night’s Game Three. Obviously, that means he will miss Game Four against the ...

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This Is Ovechkin’s Year To Pass Crosby


Ovechkin Could Take Lead in Competition Between Generational Superstars Since the beginning of the 2005-06 season, one of the NHL’s preeminent storylines has centered around two men. A pair of number one overall draft picks, they were to be the new Wayne Gretzky vs Mario Lemieux, the rivalry of dominant superstars that would lead the NHL for the next 15 ...

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Matt Cullen scores unbelievable goal from unbelievable place


Matt Cullen delivers dagger from unlikely place For just about everyone other than the Washington Capitals and those long removed from playoff contention, every single game is starting to feel like a playoff game. That is especially true for Metropolitan Division rivals, the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins. So it should come as no surprise that most of these ...

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Marc-Andre Fleury carving out HOF career

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Sports fans have a tendency to overreact at times. Okay, they have a tendency to overreact a lot of the time. That’s one of the major reasons that fans don’t run the professional teams they root for. If that were the case, there’s a pretty good chance Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury would not have been given the opportunity to ...

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Who is to blame for Pittsburgh Penguins problems?

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Things are not right with the Pittsburgh Penguins That’s about the only thing we can say for certain when it comes to the black and gold. Coming into this season, hopes were very high for the Penguins. With dynamic centers Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin back in the fold, it seemed pretty hard for things to be bad in any ...

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