NHL Hockey: Neal, Malkin lead Pens past Rangers
James Neal scored twice, Evgeni Malkin assisted on three Pittsburgh goals, and the Penguins chased reigning Vezina Trophy winner Henrik Lundqvist from the net in the second period of a 6-3 victory over the Rangers in New York’s home opener last night.
Hockey in Pittsburgh: Energetic Pens hit the ice running
Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma was in the midst of a little speech during his first day at his normal job in eight months when his players stopped suddenly and raised their sticks in the air.
Pittsburgh Pay Day: Pens sign Sidney Crosby to $104 million contract
Sidney Crosby wants to be a Pittsburgh Penguin "forever." For the moment he'll have to settle for the next 13 years. The Penguins and their superstar center agreed to a 12-year, $104.4 million contract Thursday that will keep Sid the Kid in a black sweater until he's Sid the Old Man.
Penguins, UPMC plan sports, medicine complex in Cranberry
The Pittsburgh Penguins are teaming up with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to establish a sports medicine and practice facility in the suburbs. The team and the region’s dominant hospital network hope to open the facility in Cranberry Township, about 20 miles north of the city, in the summer of 2014, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported yesterday.
Penguins deal C Jordan Staal to Hurricanes
Jordan Staal wanted a family reunion, and the Pittsburgh Penguins obliged. The Penguins traded the talented center to the Carolina Hurricanes for two players and Carolina’s first-round pick in the NHL draft on Friday night.
McCaffery: Flyers finish off Pens in series that might have ended too soon
The "Na-Na, Hey-Hey, Goodbye" sing-song had given way to a roaring exhale Sunday, with 20,127 in the Wells Fargo Center desperate to see the Flyers-Penguins series end. Some day, maybe soon, they will wonder why they were in such a rush.
Fleury stonewalls Flyers to send series back to Philly
The Flyers waited until the third period Friday night to give it their best shot against the Pittsburgh Penguins, and just when they least expected or wanted him to, Marc-Andre Fleury turned the Flyers away. Again and again and again.
Ron Cook: Crosby lets his play serve as answer to his critics
That was a really nice gesture Wednesday by Philadelphia Flyers forward Max Talbot, rushing to the defense of Penguins star Sidney Crosby after the Philadelphia Daily News put out a cover sheet that was more juvenile and embarrassing to the newspaper profession than it was humorous or hurtful to Crosby.
NHL Playoffs: Fleury the weak link for struggling Penguins
While his teammates were coughing up jargon, explaining why their goaltender is still a better alternative against the Flyers than a cardboard cutout in his likeness, Marc-Andre Fleury idled for a few moments, alone in a corner.
NHL Playoffs: Flyers rally to top Pens, take 2-0 series lead
The Philadelphia Flyers fell behind. Again. And it didn’t matter. Again. Who needs the first period anyway? Not the Flyers, who keep finding increasingly inventive ways to stun the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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