1. Pittsburgh Penguins' Most Underrated Prospect at Each Position

    The Pittsburgh Penguins haven't always possessed an enviable amount of depth that reaches all the way down to the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL. In the late 1990s, the team struck out with its early-round picks consistently...

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  2. Notebook: Penguins Annoyed by Performance

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  3. Defenseman Niskanen Shaping His Best Season

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  4. Penguins Notebook: Surplus on Defense Forces Bortuzzo to Sit

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  5. Why Sidney Crosby Is Underrated as a Team Leader

    Over the last few years, we've seen a heavy push in the hockey community to quantify everything . From the emergence of C orsi and F enwick as go-to statistics to journalists ...

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  6. Pittsburgh Penguins Goalie Tomas Vokoun to Skate Wednesday

    The Pittsburgh Penguins announced goaltender Tomas Vokoun will skate on Wednesday. Vokoun, who has not played this season due to blood clots in his leg, has been off blood thinners for a week...

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  7. Penguins Notebook: Despres' Demotion Described as Logical

    Simon Despres doesn't need to clear waivers to be sent to the American Hockey League, but that's not the only reason this defenseman was assigned Thursday to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton...

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  8. Pyatt Filling New, Unexpected Roles for Penguins

    The Penguins had a specific niche in mind for Taylor Pyatt when they claimed him Jan. 2 off waivers from the New York Rangers . And it had nothing to do with stepping into a top-six role...

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  9. Penguins Most Top-Heavy Offense Among Playoff Teams

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  10. Penguins' Goalie Fleury Is Back, but Not Old Self

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  11. Martin, Neal Could Return Monday for Penguins

    The Pittsburgh Penguins will likely be the healthiest they've been in nearly two months when they face the Florida Panthers on Monday at Consol Energy Center...

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  12. Ranking the 5 Worst Coaches in Pittsburgh Penguins History

    With a coaching history that includes all-time greats Herb Brooks and Scotty Bowman, one normally equates the Pittsburgh Penguins with great coaches. However, that has not always been the case...

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  13. Crosby to Captain Canada at Sochi Olympics

    Sidney Crosby can keep his “C.” The Penguins captain will fill that role for the Canadian men's ice hockey squad at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, next month...

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  14. Sidney Crosby Named Captain of the Canadian Olympic Team

    Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby was named captain of the 2014 Canadian Olympic Team, it was announced this morning by Hockey Canada...

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  15. Paul Martin Returns to Practice, Close to Playing

    The Pittsburgh Penguins had a productive day off with several of their injured players returning to practice, including defenseman Paul Martin. .....

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  16. Will Pittsburgh Penguins' Injury Woes Be Helpful Come the Playoffs?

    It might seem backwards to think that injuries could actually have a positive long-term impact on the Pittsburgh Penguins this year, given their clear Stanley Cup aspirations...

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  17. Penguins Notebook: Ovechkin Lauds Crosby, Malkin

    The Penguins went into their game Wednesday night against Washington at Consol Energy Center not only in first place in the Metropolitan Division, but also with a 16-point lead over the visiting Capitals and the New York Rangers ...

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  18. Penguins' Sill Embraces Role of Agitator, Checker

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  19. Penguins' Lead Doctor No Longer Traveling with Team

    Dr. Christopher Harner, the Penguins ' lead physician, no longer is traveling to road games, general manager Ray Shero confirmed to the Tribune-Review...

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  20. Penguins Re-Assign Three Players to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned defenseman Simon Despres and forwards Nick Drazenovic and Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League ...

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  21. Pass-Fail Marks for Each Olympic-Bound Pittsburgh Penguin in Sochi

    Few teams in the NHL will be able to boast sending more players to the 2014 Winter Olympics than the Pittsburgh Penguins . In all, seven players from the organization will represent the Penguins once the Games are under way in Sochi , Russia...

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  22. 5 Recent Trends That Should Worry the Pittsburgh Penguins

    Despite an avalanche of injuries that have cost them most of their starting defensemen for long stretches of the season, as well as the immensely valuable and versatile Pascal Dupuis ...

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  23. Pittsburgh Penguins' Resilience on Display in Rivalry Win over Capitals

    Setting a franchise record when you’re the Pittsburgh Penguins gets more difficult all the time. They’re a perennial powerhouse that has accomplished plenty in the past...

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  24. Penguins' James Neal (Upper-Body) out Tonight vs. Capitals

    Tonight's #Pens lines: Kunitz-Crosby-Sutter, Jokinen-Malkin-Pyatt, Glass-Drazenovic-Adams, Leblond-Sill-Engelland...

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  25. How Badly Do the Pittsburgh Penguins Need to Add Depth at Forward?

    Only six members of the Pittsburgh Penguins have played in all 47 possible games this season. While it's a positive that Sidney Crosby seems to have put his injury woes behind ...

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