The Pittsburgh Penguins have won five out of their last seven games. Their power play is starting to click. Evgeni Malkin has nine points in his last four games. Sidney […]
Rick Moldovanyi Rick Moldovanyi is a Toronto-based freelance journalist, a specialized senior case manager with experience in working with a variety of national and international clients, a lover of social media and a blogger.He is skilled in creating and preparing journalistic and artistic content for print, web and television. He is experienced at research and editing and has a unique ability to create entertaining, original content.
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The Pittsburgh Penguins are the defending Stanley Cup Champions and yet the team is struggling. Why?
The boos rain down from the orange-clad stands of the Wachovia Center. Sidney Crosby stands at center ice with the puck on his stick. As he skates forward, the crowd’s […]
Sidney Crosby has improved his game in a number of areas, and it’s showing in his statistics.
The 2000s have been an up-and-down decade for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Today we look at the best players to suit up for the Penguins over the last decade and name the “Team of the 2000s.”
It’s gotten to the point where it seems strange to hear positive news on the Pittsburgh Penguins injury front.
On Saturday night Evgeni Malkin returned to the team and helped the Penguins defeat the Boston Bruins in a thrilling overtime game.
Then, last night, Sergei Gonchar and Max Talbot made their returns to the line-up as well. A 6-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators likely isn’t the way they planned their returns, but the fact that they were on the ice was good news for a Penguins team that definitely needs it.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are currently lacking a great deal of scoring power due to injury, but they’re not the only ones.
Last season Sergei Gonchar missed significant playing time at the beginning of the season and the Penguins struggled without him. They rapidly fell down the standings and soon found themselves […]
The NHL season is underway! Most teams have played at least five games and so it seems completely rational to assume that any emerging trends visible at this point will play out over the course of the entire 82 game schedule.
The last time the Pittsburgh Penguins were in the Wachovia Center is a night the Philadelphia Flyers would like to forget.
While it’s impossible to accurately predict what will happen this season, here is a list of five reasons why the Pittsburgh Penguins won’t repeat as champions next year, followed by a list of five reasons why they will.
The Pittsburgh Penguins ended the 2008/2009 season the way every NHL team wants to: holding the Stanley Cup over their heads. But all that means now is that they were […]