1. On the Penguins: The Dupuis Question

    As the 2013 NHL trade deadline approached, it was suggested in this space that even though Penguins general manager Ray Shero had a history of making high-impact moves near the deadline ...

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  2. First Ever Moms' Trip a Big Success

    The team went 1-1 on the first-ever Moms' Trip, a record that means Penguins general manager Ray Shero may need to bring them back again next year – much to the dismay of the dads, who went 0-2 on their last trip two years ago...

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  3. Penguins Winger Neal Working on Hitting the Net More Frequently

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  4. Penguins' Hartzell Named CCM/AHL Goaltender of the Month

    The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins , in conjunction with the American Hockey League, announced today that Eric Hartzell has been selected as CCM/AHL Goaltender of the Month for January...

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  5. Coyotes Hand Pens Rare Pacific Division Loss

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Zbynek Michalek scored against his former team, his first goal in 83 games, and the Phoenix Coyotes became the first Pacific Division team to beat the Eastern Conference-leading ...

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  6. Rossi: Letang Absence Not Trade-Talk Related

    LOS ANGELES – Kris Letang is sick. That is the official stance by the Penguins , anyway. He did not look sick Thursday morning, as Letang was – per usual – one of the last...

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  7. Letang Scratched vs. Kings for Undisclosed Reason

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  8. The Hottest and Coldest Pittsburgh Penguins Right Now

    Just as any NHL season has its ups and downs, so too does a team's roster with some players warming up as some are cooling off...

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  9. What to Make of the Trade Speculation Surrounding Kris Letang

    The number of defensemen in the NHL that can rival Kris Letang 's offensive prowess are few in number. You have Erik Karlsson . P.K. Subban is on that same elite level, regardless of what Michel Therrien thinks or says...

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  10. Pens Believe Defenseman Maatta Deserves Top Rookie Consideration

    History says Olli Maatta has little chance to win the Calder Trophy. His teammates believe he should be strongly considered...

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  11. 2014 NHL Draft: 5 Perfect Fits for Pittsburgh Penguins

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have seemingly mastered the art of snagging blue-chip prospects in the later stages of the first round...

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  12. Quote 'Em: Pens on Their Moms

    Hockey moms are special women. In addition to balancing having careers while raising a family and everything that comes with that, they sacrificed so much time and energy (and money!) ...

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  13. Penguins Give Young Right Wingers a Chance

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  14. Healthy Left Wing Glass Is Thriving During Penguins' Uneven Play

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  15. Penguins Notebook: Goalie Vokoun Faces Shots in Practice

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  16. Breaking Down Pittsburgh Penguins' Recent Defensive Struggles

    Until recently, the blue line of the Pittsburgh Penguins had been devastated by injuries. There was a highly publicized point in the season when the team was missing four of their ...

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  17. Analysis: Lack of Scoring Depth Penguins' Most Pressing Problem

    Scoring depth is a problem for the Penguins, and Pascal Dupuis' projected season-ending surgery will not make correcting it easy on general manager Ray Shero...

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  18. On the Penguins: Despres Still Part of the Plan

    The Penguins obviously thought pretty highly of Simon Despres back in 2009, because they made him their first-round draft choice...

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  19. Jussi Jokinen Nicely Fits in on Second Line for Penguins

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  20. Penguins Notebook: Traveling to Sochi Games a Concern

    Penguins general manager Ray Shero, assistant general manager of Team USA, will head to Sochi, Russia, next month for the 2014 Olympics...

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  21. NHL.com: Gibbons Expected to Skate on Penguins' Top Line

    Sidney Crosby most likely will have a new right wing when the Pittsburgh Penguins play the Buffalo Sabres on Monday at Consol Energy Center (7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, TSN2, RDS2)...

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  22. Gibbons to Return Monday; Fleury Starts vs. BUF

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  23. The Biggest Concern for Each Pittsburgh Penguin Headed to Sochi

    Perhaps nothing causes the kind of internal conflict in the minds of NHL fans as the Olympic Games. Having cheered for players from various countries who all wore the same NHL ...

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  24. Penguins Re-Assign Forward Zach Sill to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned forward Zach Sill 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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  25. Kovacevic: Trade Letang? Sure, Why Not?

    Let's get this out of the way: I'm anything but a Kris Letang basher. There's no bigger admirer of his skill set, his unparalleled combination of speed and stamina and, maybe above all, his dedication to the Penguins...

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