1. Pittsburgh Penguins Offseason Report: Evgeni Malkin Says Extension is on the Way

    While the rest of the NHL is making out with Pierre McGuire over the trade rumors swirling around, Evgeni Malkin, Gino, and Pens fans have a very different idea on the matter...

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  2. NHL Announces 2007-08 All-Star and All-Rookie Teams

    At the NHL end-of-season awards ceremony, all eyes were on Alexander Ovechkin as he added some impressive hardware to his personal trophy case. The NHL also announced its 2007-08 first and second team All-Stars as well as the All-Rookie team...

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  3. Pittsburgh Penguins: Agents and Illness and Charity, Oh My!

    The off-season is barely a week old and already there is almost, too much news to catch up on. The city of Pittsburgh, and the Penguins' organization received some good news following their Stanley Cup Finals loss to the Red Wings...

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  4. Open-Mic: Greatest Sports Achievements—Do You Believe in Miracles?

    Sports have provided us with some of the most memorable moments we have ever witnessed in our lives. Being a hockey fan, there are numerous team/individual accomplishments that stand out in my mind as being "great...

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  5. Pittsburgh Penguins' Top 10 Most Memorable Moments of the 2007-08 Season

    The Pittsburgh Penguins' 2007-08 season provided fans with many great moments. Whether it was a memorable game, performance, or transaction, Penguins' fans were never left longing for ...

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  6. NHL: So, I'm an Off Season Penguins Fan, What Do I Do Now?

    This week, for the first time in over 8 months, hockey fans will awake each and every morning knowing that there is no hockey to be played around the NHL that night...

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  7. Pittsburgh Penguins Offseason Report: Hossa Stresses "Cup Over Cash"

    Certain information and quotes taken from the context of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review article "Pens' Hossa emphasizing Cup over cash" by Kevin Gorman. The Pittsburgh Penguins made one final visit to the Mellon Arena on Friday afternoon...

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  8. 2008 Stanley Cup Finals: The Pittsburgh Penguins' Long Road to Ruin

    The Pittsburgh Penguins' road to the championship finally came to an end on Wednesday night, as they were defeated by the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2...

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  9. Pittsburgh Penguins Fans, Don't Stop Believin'

    As we approach Game Six of the Stanley Cup Finals, the Pittsburgh Penguins are one win away from achieving the chance to play for hockey's ultimate prize: the Stanley Cup...

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  10. 2008 Stanley Cup Finals, Game Five: Hey, Fat Lady, Take a Seat

    They were out shot by an almost 2:1 margin. They were 35 seconds away from an off-season full of disappointment. By the end of the first overtime, they looked as though they had nothing more to give...

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  11. 2008 Stanley Cup Finals: Game Five Preview

    The age old cliche holds as true today as it did when the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs erased a 3-1 deficit to beat the Detroit Red Wings in three consecutive games to win the Stanley Cup: It ain't over 'till it's over...

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  12. Stanley Cup Finals: Game 5 Preview

    The age-old cliche holds just as true today as it did when the 1942 Maple Leafs erased a 3-1 deficit to beat the Red Wings in three consecutive games and win the Stanley Cup: it ain't over 'till it's over...

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  13. Stanley Cup Finals: Game Five Preview

    The age old cliché holds as true today as it did when the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs erased a 3-1 deficit to beat the Detroit Red Wings in three consecutive games, and win the Stanley Cup: “It ain't over 'till it's over...

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  14. Red Wings-Penguins: Where the Hud(ler) At?

    Jiri Hudler scored the eventual game-winning goal for the Red Wings early in the third period. By becoming the first team to defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins on their home ice during these playoffs, Detroit took a commanding 3-1 lead in the series...

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  15. Stanley Cup Finals: Game Four Preview

    Game four of the Stanley Cup Finals is slated to get underway tonight at 8:00 PM at Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh, where the Penguins haven't lost a game since February 24...

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  16. Stanley Cup Finals Game Three: In-A-Gadda-Da-Mellon, Baby

    The Pittsburgh Penguins finally found their offense, and it was right where they left it after a 6-0 decimation of the Philadelphia Flyers in the Eastern Conference Finals: the Mellon Arena...

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  17. Darryl Sydor Capable of Giving the Penguins the Spark They Need?

    Sid The Kid has been unable to do much to light a fire underneath his fellow Penguins. So, Michel Therrien is trying another "Syd," older and more playoff-savvy than his 20-year-old captain...

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  18. Stanley Cup Finals: Pittsburgh Penguins' Hole Deeper After Another Shutout Loss

    Gary Roberts was solid in his return to the Penguins' lineup, the officiating was poor, and the Penguins were robbed of two power-play opportunities...

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  19. Michel Therrien Makes Lineup Changes, Penguins Look to Bounce Back in Game 2

    First off, I would like to wish everyone a happy, and safe Memorial Day. I know it's not a directly sports-related event, but if it weren't for all the brave men and women who have, ...

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  20. Red Wings-Penguins: Welcome to the Jungle, It Ain't Fun and Games

    To recreate the feeling Pens fans had while watching this game, have someone punch you in the head fifty times Then, take all your clothes off, and belly-flop off the roof of your shed into a pile of pine needles...

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  21. Pittsburgh Penguins Get Biblical in Preparation for Battle for Stanley Cup

    Gary Roberts created everything that God disregarded during his seven day dominance of the universe. Then, on May 23, 1966 in North York, Ontario, Gary Roberts came into the flesh...

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  22. Mario Lemieux Foundation to Sponsor Penguins Watch Parties for Finals Road Games

    While the Detroit Red Wings are struggling to put people in the seats at Joe Louis Arena when there are games actually going on, the Pittsburgh Penguins can't seem to keep fans away from the Mellon Arena...

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  23. Pittsburgh Penguins Are the Youth Gone Wild with Roster of 20-Somethings

    Enter: Sebastian Bach, former lead singer of Skid Row. "They call us problem child We spend our lives on trial We walk an endless mile We are the youth gone wild We stand and we won't ...

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  24. Stanley Cup Final Set: Penguins vs. Red Wings in a Battle For the Ages

    The 2008 Stanley Cup Final has been set. The Western Conference Champion Detroit Red Wings will meet the Eastern Conference Champion Pittsburgh Penguins in what should be one of the most entertaining final series in recent history...

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  25. Penguins-Flyers: Philadelphia Goes Home After Game Five

    Led by Marc-Andre Fleury's third postseason shutout, a four-point night from Marian Hossa, two goals by Ryan Malone, and another stellar performance from their underrated core of defensemen, ...

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