1. Penguins GM Ray Shero Sets the NHL Trade Market

    The Pens' general manager acquired power forward Brenden Morrow from the Dallas Stars and rugged defenseman Douglas Murray from the San Jose Sharks , proving in the process that he's the best general manager in the NHL ...

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  2. Penguins Rally to Defeat Bruins 3-2

    For 52:08, the Penguins ’ league-leading offense was silenced, stifled and smothered. The Boston Bruins , one of the Eastern Conference’s stingiest teams, shut down ...

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  3. Looking Ahead at the Pittsburgh Penguins' March Schedule

    The Pittsburgh Penguins are gearing up for their busiest month of the 2013 NHL season, playing 15 games over 30 days in March. Of the Penguins’ 15 games, 10 are at home...

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  4. Evgeni Malkin's Injury and Why Pittsburgh Penguins Fans Shouldn't Panic (Yet)

    The Pittsburgh Penguins bounced back from a heartbreaking 6-5 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night to take down the Florida Panthers 3-1 at Consol Energy Center...

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  5. Previewing Tonight's Flyers vs. Penguins Game

    The struggling Philadelphia Flyers travel to Pittsburgh tonight to take on the red-hot Pittsburgh Penguins . This brutal rivalry always brings out the best play (and, often, worst discipline) in both teams...

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  6. Pittsburgh Penguins: Examining a Busy Week of Roster Moves

    General manager Ray Shero and the Penguins front office has been busy the last seven days making several roster moves that speak to their plans for the future. They have: Traded defenseman Ben Lovejoy to the Anaheim Ducks ...

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  7. Matt Cooke Injures Erik Karlsson, Was It Intentional?

    By now you know Erik Karlsson left Wednesday night’s contest against the Pittsburgh Penguins late in the second period after suffering a lacerated Achilles tendon on a hit by Matt Cooke ...

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  8. Pittsburgh Penguins: Ben Lovejoy Traded to Anaheim Ducks

    According to TSN.ca , the Pittsburgh Penguins have traded defenseman Ben Lovejoy , 28, to the Anaheim Ducks for a fifth-round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft...

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  9. 6 NHL Teams That Have Goaltending Controversies Brewing

    It's a 48-game dash to the postseason, and with so few games coaches and general managers don't have the luxury to let their goaltenders play through early-season struggles...

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  10. Pittsburgh Penguins Claim Zach Boychuk off Waivers from Carolina Hurricanes

    The Pittsburgh Penguins claimed 23-year-old forward Zach Boychuk off waivers from the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday...

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  11. Penguins Crushed by the Islanders: Time for Panic in Pittsburgh?

    The 3-3 Pittsburgh Penguins face some questions heading into a three-game-in-four-day stretch that will see them host the New Jersey Devils in between visiting Madison Square Garden and the Verizon Center...

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  12. Predicting the Pittsburgh Penguins' Lines for Saturday's Opener

    The Pittsburgh Penguins ' roster is down to 23 men after yesterday’s flood of moves. What’s left is to figure out how the remaining players will fit in to the starting lineup Saturday...

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  13. Pittsburgh Penguins Roster Moves; Dupuis, Strait on Waivers

    The 23-man roster for Saturday’s opener is set as the Penguins made a handful of moves on Thursday afternoon...

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  14. Chris Rainey and the Steelers Depth Chart Justice

    Let this not be known as another morally outraged article about professional athletes and their often thick-headed off-field antics. This is about an organization that has the right to fire an employee based on a reputation and a false accusation...

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  15. Five Penguins Prospects That Could Transform the Pens' Defense

    The sportsbooks in Las Vegas have the Pittsburgh Penguins as the odds-on favorites to take home the 2012-2013 Stanley Cup at 8-to-1 ...

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  16. The NHL Lockout and the Damage Done to the Fanbase

    Sports lockouts frustrate fans in such a fantastic way. Typically, it goes like this: 1) Talk of a lockout or strike begins during the season. Pensive fans try to ignore the possibility of a work stoppage...

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  17. Pittsburgh Steelers Reinstate Alameda Ta'amu Showing Stunning Lack of Vision

    Nose tackle Alameda Ta’ amu , the fourth-round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2012 NFL draft, has been reinstated by the team after serving a two-game suspension ...

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  18. Jaromir Jagr and the Art of Alienating an Entire City in Less Than One Day

    When it was announced last Friday that Jaromir Jagr had signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Flyers, local Pittsburgh radio personality Mark Madden asked his listeners, without ...

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  19. San Francisco Giants: Buster Posey Injury Prompts Call for Rule Change

    Reigning National League Rookie of the Year Buster Posey , catcher for the San Francisco Giants , suffered a broken bone in his left leg last night during a home plate collision with Florida Marlins outfielder Scott Cousins...

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  20. Penguins vs. Lightning: Three Keys to Victory for the Pens in Game 3

    The Pittsburgh Penguins were humiliated by the Tampa Bay Lightning in game two on Friday night. They took untimely penalties, made bad decisions, were sloppy with the puck, and could not generate anything with their power play...

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  21. NHL Playoffs 2011: Power Ranking the Eastern Conference Goaltenders

    Defense wins championships. We all know that. And the most important defensive hockey player on every team is the man who guards the six-by-four. If a team is weak between the pipes, don't expect them to go far in the playoffs...

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  22. 2011 Masters Predictions: Why Nick Watney Could Take Home the Green Jacket

    Nick Watney is off to as good of a start to 2011 as anyone on the PGA Tour. In seven events this year he has earned five top-10 finishes, including a victory last month at the ...

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  23. Pittsburgh Pirates: The Art of Being Out of the Playoffs Before Game 1

    October 14th, 1992. This is the date of the last meaningful game the Pittsburgh Pirates played. Doug Drabek versus John Smoltz. Drabek had held the potent Atlanta offense to no runs through eight innings...

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  24. Anze Kopitar's Injury and What It Means for the L.A. Kings Playoff Hopes

    Heading into today's game against the Colorado Avalanche the L.A. Kings had points in eight of their last 10, and found themselves in a tie for fifth in the Western Conference with the Nashville Predators ...

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  25. Vancouver Canucks: While You Were Sleeping They Have Taken over the NHL

    The Vancouver Canucks have all but locked up the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference as they barrel toward the Stanley Cup Playoffs. They have won eight of their last 10. Roberto Luongo is having arguably the best season of his career...

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