1. Penguins Re-Assign Forward Jayson Megna to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned forward Jayson Megna to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League (AHL), it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero...

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  2. The Goalie Who Bounced Back

    We're two days away from the one year anniversary of our beloved SBN Hockey blog manager Travis Hughes' article entitled: "Marc-Andre Fleury, the worst playoff goalie in hockey"...

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  3. Bortuzzo Unlikely Setup Man for Crosby

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  4. Pens' Fleury flawless in goal again

    NEW YORK — Defenseman Matt Niskanen wasn't with the Penguins when goalie Marc-Andre Fleury backstopped their drive to the Stanley Cup in 2009...

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  5. Bylsma: Fleury Was Best Player on Ice Tonight

    #Pens coach Dan Bylsma on Marc-Andre Fleury: "I think there was no question he was the best player on the ice tonight...

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  6. Rookie Winger Gibbons' Intensity Not Waning

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  7. Letang Makes Impact as Game Improves During Playoffs

    Kris Letang insists he's still ramping his game back up to 100 percent after missing 10 weeks while recovering from a stroke...

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  8. Marc-Andre Fleury Steps Up Exactly When Penguins Need Him in Game 2 vs. Rangers

    PITTSBURGH — "Marc-Andre Fleury was really good tonight except for that one bad goal he allowed" should be a trademarked statement by reporters covering the Pittsburgh Penguins ...

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  9. Crosby's Scoring Struggles Are Baffling

    PITTSBURGH -- It is human nature, at least human hockey nature, to ascribe too much importance to one game in a playoff series, especially the first game in a best-of-seven series....

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  10. Tight Schedule Exacts Toll on Rangers

    PITTSBURGH — The Rangers played their fourth game in six days on Sunday, and it looked as if the workload had caught up to them. Unable to keep up with a Pittsburgh team intent on making them expend precious energy, they lost, 3-0...

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  11. Kris Letang slowly gets up to speed for Penguins

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  12. Goals Missing but Not Leadership from Pens' Malkin, Crosby

    Their burden is the expectation for greatness. They are judged against legends, rivals, challengers and — sometimes — one another...

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  13. Rangers vs. Penguins Game 2: Keys for Pittsburgh to Win

    It's not a series until a road team wins a game. There's a lot of conventional wisdom swirling around the NHL at this time of year as the emotions of the postseason kick into high gear...

    Franklin Steele Written by Franklin Steele about 3 months ago 2,752 reads 31 comments

  14. Pittsburgh Penguins' Struggles in Overtime Could Prove Costly in Postseason

    SOUTHPOINTE, Pa. — One of the longest running and least meaningful clichés in the world of hockey-speak involves the need to “play a full 60 minutes...

    Dave  Lozo Written by Dave Lozo about 3 months ago 3,063 reads 14 comments

  15. Gene Collier: Getting everyone on same page at same time a struggle for Penguins

    Seven games into an increasingly skittish postseason, there is still no persuasive evidence that the Penguins intend to put three really professional periods together on any given night...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 months ago 39 reads 0 comments

  16. 5 Ways the Pittsburgh Penguins Must Improve to Go on a Deep 2014 Playoff Run

    Despite yet another first-round scare, the Pittsburgh Penguins have advanced to the second round to face the New York Rangers...

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  17. Orpik (Undisclosed) to Miss Third Straight for Pens

    Pittsburgh was without Brooks Orpik to finish the Columbus series, and it'll be without him again to open against the Rangers ...

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  18. Winter is Coming

    Evgeni Malkin is a big fan of Henrik Lundqvist. “(He's my) favorite goalie to watch,” Malkin said. “I like him a lot...

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  19. Rangers vs. Penguins Game 1: Keys for Pittsburgh to Win

    The Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers both fought off considerable adversaries to make it to the second round, and the level of play is just going to get higher from here...

    Franklin Steele Written by Franklin Steele about 3 months ago 1,100 reads 3 comments

  20. Penguins Efficient 5-on-5 Play Leading to Postseason Success

    It was special-teams play that earned the Penguins a 109-point regular season and Metropolitan Division title. It was 5-on-5 play that won them their first playoff series...

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  21. Penguins Seek Faceoff Improvements in Next Round of Cup Playoffs

    Penguins coach Dan Bylsma has options. He probably wouldn't mind results, too. Though the Penguins have plenty of flexibility in the faceoff circle — with Marcel Goc's ...

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  22. Penguins Notebook: Sutter, Vitale Return to Practice

    Two days after they were unable to finish Monday's Game 6 victory at Columbus , center Brandon Sutter and right wing Joe Vitale were back on the ice for practice...

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  23. Penguins Ready for New York Rangers in Second Round Series

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have won all four Stanley Cup Playoff series they've played against the New York Rangers ...

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  24. Are Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin's Slow Playoff Starts Officially Over?

    With great power comes great responsibility. Everyone's favorite Webhead learned this lesson the hard way. When you're among the most talented and highly paid players in the NHL , cold streaks are no longer a luxury...

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  25. Why Sidney Crosby Got Booed in Pittsburgh

    Let's mince no words here in saying that Sidney Crosby , the greatest active hockey player in the universe, is the reason that the Pittsburgh Penguins are not currently playing their home games in Kansas City...

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