1. Surge in Game 2 Shows Sidney Crosby Is Capable of Carrying Penguins Past Rangers

    NEW YORK — Oh right. Sidney Crosby is the best hockey player in the world. A year ago, Crosby was quietly hampered by a wrist injury, which was a contributing factor in his being held to one goal in 13 postseason games in 2014...

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  2. Pittsburgh Penguins on Twitter

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  3. Pens Remain Without Ehrhoff, Pouliot for Gm 2

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  4. Will Penalty Problems Continue to Sink ThePenguins?

    If the Penguins could change anything about their performance in tonight's 2-1 loss to the New York Rangers .....

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  5. Adam Bittner: Penguins Shouldn't Count on Health of Four Expensive Stars

    The Penguins ' four big stars — Marc Andre-Fleury, Kris Letang, Evgeni Malkin and captain Sidney Crosby — all played well this past regular season.....

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  6. Prospect Matt Murray Named AHL's Top Goalie

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  7. Penguins' Poor Period Hands NY Rangers Game 1 Win

    It was a parade down Broadway, but not one the Pittsburgh Penguins wanted to participate in. Four times in the first period, their players skated to the penalty box; and while ...

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  8. Near Victory Despite Invisible Sidney Crosby Gives Penguins Upset Hopes

    NEW YORK — Let's make this clear: The New York Rangers were the much better team at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night and probably should've won by more than the 2-1 ...

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  9. Pens Suffer from Penalty Disparity in Game 1 Against NY

    NEW YORK — The Penguins lived down to their reputation in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first-round series against the Rangers ...

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  10. Ehrhoff, Pouliot Confirmed out for Game 1

    Mike Johnston confirmed that Taylor Chorney and Brian Dumoulin will be the team's bottom-6 pair of defensemen. Both will be making their career postseason debuts. Christian Ehrhoff and Derrick Pouliot were both ruled out due to injury...

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  11. Ehrhoff, Pouliot Confirmed out for Game 1

    Mike Johnston confirmed that Brian Dumoulin and Taylor Chorney are in and Christian Ehrhoff and Derrick Pouliot are out, but progressing...

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  12. Penguins a Lively Underdog vs. Rangers

    If you are an underdog team looking to go on some unexpectedly deep run to the Stanley Cup, this is probably the year to do it. Quite frankly, there aren't any heavy favourites expected to advance – Tampa Bay and St...

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  13. Pittsburgh Putting Playoffs on Public Big Screens

    The City of Pittsburgh and the Penguins announced Thursday that they will hold watch parties for all home games of the team's opening-round series against the New York Rangers ...

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  14. Window Might Be Closing on Penguins as a Contender

    The Pittsburgh Penguins ' first-round playoff matchup against the New York Rangers could also be viewed as a battle to keep the band together. There's growing concern in Pittsburgh that the team's window as a Stanley Cup contender is closing...

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  15. Value of Pens' Special Teams Could Increase vs. Rangers

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  16. Penguins Must Play to Strengths to Upset Rangers

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  17. All Eyes on Penguins Goalie Fleury as Playoffs Kick off

    On the night of May 7, 2013, inside a small visitors locker room in old Nassau Coliseum, Marc-Andre Fleury sat alone.....

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  18. Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin: Who Has More Pressure to Win Stanley Cup in '15?

    Washington Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin may have won his third consecutive Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy with 53 goals this season, but unlike his Pittsburgh Penguins foe, Sidney Crosby , he still is without a Stanley Cup ring...

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  19. Pittsburgh Penguins Putting Rough Finish to Regular Season in the Past

    PITTSBURGH -- Mike Johnston never has been a coach in the Stanley Cup Playoffs and doesn't want his first trip to end prematurely...

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  20. Staal, Nash Will Be Good to Go for Game 1

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- New York Rangers defenseman Kevin Klein is not expected to play in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference First Round against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday (7 p...

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  21. Help on the Way? Pens Clear Ehrhoff for Contact

    Positive development for the Pens just two days prior to their playoff opener against the Rangers — d-man Christian Ehrhoff has been cleared for contact and listed as day-to-day, per head coach Mike Johnston...

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  22. Ehrhoff Cleared for Contact, Is Day-to-Day

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  23. Columnist Says Penguins' Talk of Culture Change Is 'windowdressing'

    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Rob Rossi ripped the Pittsburgh Penguins ' management for “The Collapse”.....

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  24. Penguins Weather Injury Storm to Reach Postseason with Help on Way

    The first time the Penguins were forced to play with just five defensemen, Ben Lovejoy logged upward of 27 minutes of ice time.....

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  25. Penguins CEO 'Very Happy to Be Where We Are'

    The Pittsburgh Penguins may have nearly missed the playoffs with one of the highest payrolls in the NHL , but their CEO, David Morehouse, remains pleased with how the injury-ravaged team has fared this season...

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