1. Penguins Sign F Jayson Megna, Approach 50-Contract Limit

    Pittsburgh signed free agent F Jayson Megna to a two-year entry level contract last Wednesday. Megna, 22, made his name at Penguins Prospect Development Camp last month. The deal will pay him $925,000 AAV on a two-way basis...

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  2. NHL Free Agency: Penguins Can Follow Holmgren's Example, Target RFA's

    If ever there was an offer sheet to finally kill the gentleman's agreement of not poaching another general manager's restricted free agents, it will be hard to do better than the ...

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  3. Penguins' Prospect Development Camp to Showcase NHL's Best Defensive Depth

    The Pittsburgh Penguins will host their prospect development camp this week, July 10-14, as prospects from all levels of the organization are invited to take part in the five-day minicamp at CONSOL Energy Center...

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  4. Pittsburgh Penguins: Trade for Bobby Ryan a Good Backup Plan to Parise

    Productivity around Pittsburgh is sure to be down Monday while the city awaits the decision of free agent forward Zach Parise. As forwards go, the talent pool is going to become very shallow after Parise inks his next deal...

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  5. Evgeni Malkin Wins First Hart Trophy, Becomes Fourth MVP in Penguins History

    Evgeni Malkin won the Hart Trophy Wednesday night, beating out fellow nominees Steven Stamkos and Henrik Lundqvist to be named the NHL 's Most Valuable Player...

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  6. Pittsburgh Penguins Sign G Tomas Vokoun to 2-Year, $4 Million Deal

    Pittsburgh's busy offseason started earlier than expected Monday when GM Ray Shero addressed an area of concern by bolstering the team's goaltending...

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  7. Penguins' Malkin Named Hart Trophy Finalist; Stamkos, Lundqvist Also Nominated

    Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin was announced as one of the three candidates for the Hart Memorial Trophy as NHL MVP on Friday, his third nomination for the award...

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  8. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Marc-Andre Fleury, Pens Defense Have Regained Footing

    The Pittsburgh Penguins haven't allowed an even-strength goal in two straight games against the Philadelphia Flyers . Both wins...

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  9. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Fleury, Penguins Hold On, Beat Flyers 3-2

    Pittsburgh held on through a furious Flyers rally late in the third period to beat Philadelphia 3-2 and send the series back to the other side of the state...

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  10. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins' Offense Erupts, Roster Changes to Stay?

    In the NHL postseason, one game really can change everything. At the least, it felt like a palpable shift occurred Wednesday night...

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  11. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins' Arron Asham, James Neal Receive Suspensions

    The Pittsburgh Penguins' Arron Asham has been suspended for four games , or what could amount to the rest of the first round, for his role in Sunday's Quarterfinals Game 3 match ...

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  12. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Pens' Craig Adams Suspended 1 Game; Dan Bylsma Fined

    The NHL chose Monday to uphold Craig Adams's instigator penalty and automatic one-game suspension for a fight with Scott Hartnell at 15:18 of the third period of Sunday's game with the Flyers ...

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  13. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Pens' Second 8-Goal Shelling Raises Severe Questions

    Let's start with some serious questions. Can consecutive games of eight goals against send as many as three defenseman out of town in one offseason? Will the Pittsburgh Penguins ...

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  14. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins vs. Flyers Game 2 Live Blog

    The Pittsburgh Penguins look to even things up after blowing a three-goal lead Wednesday to the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinals...

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  15. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: 3 Changes Penguins Must Make, Plus Bylsma Post-Game

    Jakub Voracek and the Philadelphia Flyers enjoyed an unlikely overtime win in the first game of last night's quarterfinals with Pittsburgh by following a mantra the Penguins are ...

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  16. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins vs. Flyers Game 1 Live Blog

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  17. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Veteran Penguins Benefit from Age, Playoff Experience

    The Pittsburgh Penguins enter the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs as one of the older and more playoff-experienced clubs in the NHL ...

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  18. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Pens-Flyers Series a Special Teams Affair

    It's not uncommon for any Penguins - Flyers game to be decided by the play of their special teams units...

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  19. 2012 NHL Awards: Evgeni Malkin Sews Up Second Art Ross Trophy

    With 109 points in just 75 games, Evgeni Malkin can count himself a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins ' growing club of multiple-scoring-title-winners. And 50-goal scorers. “I can’t believe it,” Malkin said ...

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  20. Pens-Flyers Fight: Milbury's Comments on Crosby, Bylsma Tasteless. Embrace Him

    “So you know, Crosby gets cross-checked, big whoop. He said after he came back from his 35th concussion, ‘I’m not going to do this anymore, I’m not going to get into these scrums, I’m going to stay away from that stuff...

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  21. Penguins' Recent Scoring Surge Likely to Slow Down, as Planned

    Tuesday night against the Islanders , the Pittsburgh Penguins achieved paradox. They simultaneously grew equal parts cuter—and uglier—by the shift. “We gave up big chances, we can’t give those up," Crosby said...

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  22. Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin Each 3 Points Shy of Milestones Versus Islanders

    The Pittsburgh Penguins face the New York Islanders Tuesday night in their fifth meeting of the season...

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  23. Sidney Crosby Doesn't Need Goals to Put Charge into Penguins' Dynamic Offense

    The early '90s are alive and well in Pittsburgh. The 2012 Penguins aren't the first NHL team since Mario's heyday to score goals seemingly at will...

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  24. Penguins Win Ninth Straight as Malkin Earns Scoring Lead and 500th Career Point

    It was a day of streaks continued, as the Penguins won their ninth-consecutive game Sunday afternoon, landing five goals on a shorthanded Boston club. The final included three helpers from Evgeni Malkin, points 500, 501 and 502 of his career...

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  25. 2012 NHL Trade Deadline: Grading the Penguins' Inactivity in Poor Trade Market

    If Pittsburgh Penguins GM Ray Shero had the luxury of time travel or fortune telling, he might have foreseen Eric Nystrom laying a highly questionable, highly placed elbow to the ...

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