1. From Bylsma to Hlinka: Ranking the Pittsburgh Penguins Head Coaches

    In their 43 years of existence, the Pittsburgh Penguins have had 20 different head coaches. Some have been fired. Some have voluntarily left. And sadly, three have left us, but they are still beloved in many circles...

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  2. My Size Hockey Player: The Top 15 Undersized Players in the NHL

    Go to the website of your favorite NHL team, or any NHL team for that matter, and take a quick peek at the roster. You'll see a bunch of players listed at various larger than life heights: 6'0", 6'2", 6'3", and some even as tall as 6'6"...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about almost 5 years ago 33,335 reads 28 comments

  3. Blue Line Special: Ranking the Top 15 NHL Defensive Pairs

    As the saying goes, "Offense wins games, but defense wins championships." OK, so it's impossible for all 30 teams in the NHL to share the Stanley Cup. No problem. But that doesn't make defense any less crucial to a successful NHL team...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 9,400 reads 25 comments

  4. A.J. Burnett: The New York Yankees' Problem Child

    On an episode of the hit FOX television series “Glee," highly competitive and aggressive cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester calls three of her cheerleaders into her office to express ...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 976 reads 15 comments

  5. The Top 10 Pittsburgh Penguins Moments in Mellon Arena History

    The Pittsburgh Penguins may not have closed the Mellon Arena in the way they were hoping to, since they were unable to clinch the 2010 Stanley Cup. But that doesn't mean that The Igloo will be forgotten...

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  6. Chris Conner and Brett Sterling are Larger Than Life for the Pittsburgh Penguins

    As the saying goes, good things come in small packages. The Pittsburgh Penguins have proven that true after Chris Conner agreed to terms on his qualifying offer and Brett Sterling signed a one-year deal...

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  7. George Steinbrenner: A True New York Yankees Legend

    Ironically enough, I was in the Yankees Clubhouse Store in New York City when I heard about the passing of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner...

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  8. NHL Free Agents: 10 Teams That Would Love to Land Jose Theodore

    Goaltender Jose Theodore is one of the NHL free agents who is still without a home after free agency started two weeks ago. Theodore has had a lengthy career playing for the Montreal Canadiens, Colorado Avalanche, and the Washington Capitals...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 2,574 reads 3 comments

  9. Bob Sheppard: A Tribute To a Man I Barely Knew

    This morning, I logged into Twitter and saw on the top of my news feed that legendary Yankees announcer Bob Sheppard had died at the age of 99. Although I just started getting into baseball a year or two ago, I felt saddened by this loss...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 507 reads 3 comments

  10. 99 Percent of the People You Will Meet at an NHL Game

    No matter how little or how frequently you go to an NHL game, there is a strange variety of people you will come across. Regardless of how weird they may seem, they are all fans of the team or the game in general...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 3,446 reads 24 comments

  11. Players To Watch at Pittsburgh Penguins Development Camp

    The Pittsburgh Penguins prospect development camp will kick off this coming Monday, July 12th, and run until July 17th...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 607 reads 7 comments

  12. A Look at the Pittsburgh Penguins' Revamped Defense

    The Pittsburgh Penguins gave their defense a makeover in this free agency, adding Zbynek Michalek and Paul Martin. Besides those new additions, other players left the Penguins organization, while someone is set to come up from the minors...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 1,515 reads 4 comments

  13. NHL Free Agency: 10 Free Agents To Avoid

    Free agents. Every NHL team has at least a few of them every year. Some are prime players who seem to have no problem getting signed right away. Others...well...it's a little harder...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 3,331 reads 17 comments

  14. Pittsburgh Penguins: For Sergei Gonchar, The Price Is Wrong

    Since the end of their season in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs, the status of Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Sergei Gonchar has been up in the air...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 1,032 reads 12 comments

  15. Ranking Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin Among All-Time Penguins Players

    Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin are two of the players that have helped shape the Pittsburgh Penguins into one of the most dynamic franchises in the NHL today...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 3,293 reads 14 comments

  16. 2010 NHL Draft: Team by Team Grades and Analysis

    The 2010 NHL Draft came to a close on Saturday afternoon. When it was all said and done, 30 NHL teams came out of it with anywhere from five to 13 new prospects for their systems...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 13,510 reads 25 comments

  17. 2010 NHL Draft Results and Grades: Live Blogging and Grading the Picks

    Welcome to day one of the 2010 NHL Draft. Tonight, Bleacher Report will be live blogging all the action of the first round, which airs on Versus and TSN. 11:00 P.M...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 7,046 reads 20 comments

  18. Five Pittsburgh Penguins Matchups To Watch in 2010-2011

    The NHL released their 2010-2011 season schedule on Tuesday afternoon. There will be plenty of exciting games to watch when the season gets underway this October, and the Pittsburgh ...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 1,049 reads 1 comments

  19. 2010 NHL Draft: Five Things the Pittsburgh Penguins Need

    Since 2005, the Pittsburgh Penguins have become one of the most successful young teams in the league. They have gone to the Stanley Cup Finals in back-to-back years and came out with a title over the Detroit Red Wings in 2009...

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  20. Pittsburgh Penguins Fans Should Leave Mike Yeo Alone

    When the news came out on Tuesday night that Pittsburgh Penguins assistant coach Mike Yeo was leaving the organization to take a head coaching position with the Houston Aeros of the ...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 1,560 reads 7 comments

  21. 2010 NHL Mock Draft: A Run Down of Round One

    With the 2010 NHL Draft just a week and a half away, there are several questions and debates that have yet to be answered...

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  22. 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs: The Top 10 Games

    Now that the Stanley Cup has been awarded and the Chicago Blackhawks’ parade has been held, it is time to look back at this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs. There were upsets...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 3,046 reads 22 comments

  23. 2010 Stanley Cup: Reflections on the Chicago Blackhawks' Big Victory

    I watched Game Six of the Stanley Cup Finals last night with no emotional investment in who won the game. Although I must say that since the Philadelphia Flyers are my team’s ...

    Alison  Myers Written by Alison Myers about 4 years ago 268 reads 0 comments

  24. For the Chicago Blackhawks, the Stanley Cup Is Theirs To Lose

    Barring an epic catastrophe between now and the final horn of the final game, whether that is on Wednesday or on Friday, I cannot see the Chicago Blackhawks faltering in their quest to get their 16th win of the playoffs and hoist Lord Stanley's Cup...

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  25. Stanley Cup Finals 2010: Whose Series Is This Anyway?

    Are the Chicago Blackhawks losing steam? Or did both the Blackhawks and the Philadelphia Flyers just hold serve on their home ice? After game four of the Stanley Cup Finals, the answers to these questions remain unknown...

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