1. Pittsburgh Penguins Prove They're Contenders with Win over Stanley Cup Champs

    After making big changes during the offseason, the Pittsburgh Penguins are aiming to get back into the Stanley Cup conversation in 2014-15...

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  2. Kunitz, Fleury Key Pens' Win over Kings

    Chris Kunitz posted two goals and one assist to back a 36-save performance from Marc-Andre Fleury as Pittsburgh silenced Los Angeles , 3-0, at CONSOL Energy Center...

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  3. Video: Ducks' Fistric Leaves with Upper Body Injury

    Anaheim Ducks defenseman Mark Fistric has left tonight's game in St. Louis with an upper body injury and is questionable to return...

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  4. Video: Malkin Picks Up 400th Assist

    The Pittsburgh Penguins enjoyed a brief 5-on-3 power play midway through the first period against the L.A. Kings and Chris Kunitz buried his fourth of the season...

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  5. How the Pittsburgh Penguins Will Cope with the Absence of Olli Maatta

    Once again, the Pittsburgh Penguins are facing the prospect of a hole in their blue line due to a serious medical issue involving one of their most important players...

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  6. Could Penguins Rally Around Olli Maatta?

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have dealt with more than their fair share of injury issues throughout the past year.....

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  7. Despres Maturing with Each Game

    Penguins defenseman Simon Despres collected the puck in his own zone and took a quick look at the ice. He locked eyes with forward Patric Hornqvist, who had just jumped off the bench and was standing at the opposite blue line...

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  8. Penguins Notebook: Olli Maatta Earns High Praise from Teammates, Rivals

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  9. Malkin and Crosby Lift Penguins to 8-3 Rout

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  10. Penguins Chase Schneider with Four Unanswered Goals

    The New Jersey Devils got off to a fast start tonight and while the Pittsburgh Penguins bounced back in the first period, New Jersey still took a 3-1 lead...

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  11. What Will Maatta Fallout Be?

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  12. Penguins' Maatta to Undergo Surgery for Tumor of the Thyroid Gland

    Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta is scheduled to undergo surgery next week to remove a tumor from his neck that could be a low-grade thyroid cancer...

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  13. Crosby Is the Best Player on Earth and Only Getting Better

    At age 27, Sidney Crosby has already established himself as the greatest player of his generation, if not one of the best ever to lace them up and hit the ice...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 2 months ago 415 reads 0 comments

  14. Penguins' Crosby OK with Neal Comments About Trade

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Sidney Crosby likes James Neal and considers him a friend. The two got together Friday night in Nashville ...

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  15. Penguins Rebound with Shutout of Predators

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  16. Is Patric Hornqvist's 'Tough Areas' Style Sustainable?

    NASHVILLE – Is there a better person to compare differences between current Penguins goal scorer Patric Hornqvist and former Pens sniper James Neal than the best hockey player ...

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  17. Red Wings rally, shock Penguins in overtime

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  18. Penguins Notebook: Red Wings Rivalry Lost Some Intensity

    A few years back, after the Penguins and Detroit had collided in consecutive Stanley Cup finals, their rivalry showed promise of developing into one of the NHL 's finest...

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  19. Wings Cap Comeback vs. Pens with OT Win

    Justin Abdelkader's goal 4:16 into overtime capped a dramatic Detroit rally, giving the Red Wings a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night...

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  20. Bold Predictions for the Pittsburgh Penguins as the 2014-15 Season Begins

    With a new general manager, coaching staff, system and players, the Pittsburgh Penguins entered the 2014-15 season as anything but business as usual...

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  21. Penguins Move Malkin Back to Center

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  22. Pittsburgh Penguins Can't Shake Home Losing Streak to Underdog Flyers

    On paper, it looked like an easy win for the Pittsburgh Penguins . After three days of rest, the Penguins (3-1-0) hosted the Philadelphia Flyers (1-3-2) for NBCSN's "Wednesday Night Rivalry...

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  23. Flyers Remain a Constant Nuisance for Pens

    The Penguins have been tough to beat on home ice since opening Consol Energy Center at the start of the 2010-11 season, posting an impressive .675 winning percentage over 151 games...

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  24. Some Things Never Change. Flyers 5, Penguins 3

    Nick Spaling and Marcel Goc recorded their first goals as Penguins , but it was hardly enough on Tuesday as the Flyers did what the Flyers do, beating the Penguins at home, this time by a 5-3 final...

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  25. Penguins Send '12 First-Rounder Pouliot to Minors

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