1. Pittsburgh Penguins-Washington Capitals Game Seven: The Red...Got Rocked!

    Firstly, whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Now that that's out of the way... It has been said that Game Sevens are where heroes are made. Well what happens if you were a hero before Game Seven...

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  2. Penguins—Capitals: Set to Do Battle in Game Seven

    You woke up this morning knowing that it all could end today. The losing streaks in December, January, and February, the dressing of almost two full lines of AHL'ers for a month of ...

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  3. Pittsburgh Penguins-Washington Capitals Game Five: Varla-soft

    This is my first recap in what feels like forever. Let's just say that the end of another semester combined with the big screen outside of Mellon Arena and large amounts of frost brewed beverages ...

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  4. Penguins-Capitals Preview: Leonsis and Talent and Bylsma, Oh My!

    Game One of the Eastern Conference Semifinals series between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Washington Capitals is set to commence this Saturday afternoon at 1:00 PM on NBC...

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  5. Penguins-Flyers Game Six: Max Talbot Owns Philadelphia as Pittsburgh Wins Series

    Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals was everything that a hockey fan could have hoped for.The momentum swung more than Mike Emrick's wife...

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  6. Penguins-Flyers Game Five: Philippe Boucher Loves Philly Cheese Steaks

    You hear people talking about "pointing the finger" after a team loses a big game. Right now, we'd much rather give the finger than point it...

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  7. Penguins-Flyers Game Five Preview: Petr Sykora Out, Miroslav Satan In

    Pittsburghpenguins.com has announced that Petr Sykora will be a healthy scratch for tonight's Game 5 against the Philadelphia Flyers at Mellon Arena...

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  8. Pittsburgh Penguins-Philadelphia Flyers Game Four: Marc-Andre Phleury

    Unless you are Martin Biron or Jose Theodore, you have heard people say that a goaltender can “steal a game.” When it happens on the road, it’s a big deal. When it happens in the playoffs, it’s an even bigger deal...

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  9. Penguins-Flyers Game Three: NBC Embarasses Itself During Flyers' Victory

    I, like most of you here on Bleacher Report, have watched a lot of professional sports on television in my lifetime. While I tend to indulge in the NFL world only when the Pittsburgh Steelers ...

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  10. Pittsburgh Penguins-Philadelphia Flyers Game One: Mar-ty, Mar-ty, Mar-ty, Mar-ty

    A bottle of Maple Syrup might be hard to come by tomorrow morning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Penguins started the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals with a bang by pouring the metaphorical ...

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  11. Pittsburgh Penguins-Philadelphia Flyers: Stanley Cup Round One Preview

    It's no secret that the Penguins-Flyers rivalry is not only one of the biggest rivalries in hockey, it is one of the biggest rivalries in the world. It even gives Mr. Draft Dodger himself the shakes...

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  12. Let the Playoff Beards Begin: Pittsburgh Penguins Clinch Playoff Berth

    It wasn't easy, but what has been this season? The Pittsburgh Penguins finally locked up a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference with a 6-4 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning last night in Florida...

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  13. Penguins-Panthers: Pittsburgh Fails to Clinch Playoff Berth in Florida

    As soon as FSN opened its' telecast of the game with a shot of a bunch of flamingos chilling outside of an ice hockey arena in Florida, you knew you were in for two and a half of the longest hours of your life...

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  14. Penguins-Hurricanes: Cam Ward Stuns Penguins in Overtime Loss

    It's not often that you can call a 3-2 game a goaltending duel, but last night was one of those occasions.Marc-Andre Fleury turned aside 27 of 30 shots in the game...

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  15. Pittsburgh Penguins-New Jersey Devils: Martin Who?

    The only thing that has chased Marty Brodeur more than the Pittsburgh Penguins in recent history is his sister-in-law's husband...

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  16. NHL 2008-09 in Retrospect: 29 Players I Have A New Respect For

    Tonight, I am undertaking what I deem to be quite a daunting task. Considering my reputation as an extremely biased, often close-minded, relentless supporter of the Pittsburgh Penguins, this ...

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  17. Penguins-Rangers: Go With the Flow, Go With the Flow, Come On, VOGUE

    1990: Vogue Singer/Songwriter2008: VOGUE Intern/Joke Apparently the Rangers win a lot more when Sean Avery is in their lineup...

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  18. Penguins-Flames: You're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat

    The aptly-named "USS" Hal Gill has had a bit of an up and down career as a Pittsburgh Penguin. There have been times that Gill has looked like nothing more than a seventh or eighth defenseman on the Pens' depth chart...

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  19. B/R NHL Fans: Fantasy Hockey Owners Needed for 2009-10 Season

    Attention: All those Bleacher Creatures who reside in the NHL Community. This is an open invitation to any member of the B/R NHL Community to take over a Fantasy Hockey team for the 2009-10 season...

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  20. The End of an Era of Excellence: Gary Roberts Announces Retirement from NHL

    "W.W.G.R.D.?" Those five letters have become much more than a catchy slogan or a witty show of fan support for a professional athlete. "What Would Gary Roberts Do?" has become a nigh-unfallible problem-solving philosophy...

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  21. The Pittsburgh Penguins' Playoff Push: Balls to the Wall

    You talk about solid 80's one-hit wonders, you talk about ACCEPT There are many people who wrote the Pittsburgh Penguins off after their four game losing streak in late December/early January...

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  22. Pittsburgh Penguins Place Miroslav Satan on Waivers

    TSN continues to be the best source of trade deadline coverage this season.This article informs us that the Pens have placed RW Miroslav Satan on waivers, in a possible attempt to free up some cap space for a pending trade...

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  23. Penguins-Stars: Everything's Bigger in Texas, Including the Stars' Losing Streak

    The Dallas Stars are a fragmented version of an NHL hockey team right now. It really isn't even worth it to make fun of them.Losing Brendan Morrow for the season would hurt any team in the league...

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  24. Chris Kunitz, Welcome to Pittsburgh; Sayonara, Ryan Whitney!

    I promised more about the Pens' newest acquisition, so here you go. Chris Kunitz is a 6'1, 198-pound, 29-year old left winger, who was born in Regina, Saskatoon...

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  25. Pittsburgh Penguins Shutout Islanders, Embark on Five Game Road Trip

    Petr Sykora scored the Pens' lone goal in a 1-0 shutout victory over the New York Islanders.The tally came with just under three minutes remaining in regulation...

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