The Pittsburgh Penguins find themselves up two games to one versus a young Columbus Blue Jacket team. Everyone, except for ESPN’s Barry Melrose, expected the Pens to make this series […]
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By all accounts, the Pittsburgh Penguins have it good right now. They’re up 2-1 in their series against the Columbus Blue Jackets and have gotten both wins in come-from-behind victories […]
Sidney Crosby and Peyton Manning are respected as their league’s best player. They’ve both excelled in the regular season by winning MVP awards. But once the spotlight hits in the playoffs, these two global […]
I did this once before, after the weekend home-and-home with the Philadelphia Flyers back in March. This isn’t so much an article, as it is my take on what ails […]
In 2013, the Pittsburgh Penguins struggled in the first round against a young and confident 8 seed. After four games, they were tied at two games a piece. Those first […]
Breakaway: The Inside Story of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Rebirth by Andrew Conte (2011, Indianapolis: Blue River Press. Hardcover. ISBN 9781935628101) Once upon a time, the Pittsburgh Penguins’ former home, the […]
Brandon Sutter has the ability to score 25 goals a season. But he doesn’t break the top six forwards for his team unless one of them is hurt. He’s top […]
The Vancouver Canucks looked to be dead in the water but they’re going on a little run here. The playoffs probably won’t happen, but at least they’re keeping it interesting. […]
This past weekend, like many hockey fans, I got my rivalry on. I’m not talking about Wednesday Night Rivalry on NBC. I’m talking the Battle of Pennsylvania, Keystone State rivals, […]
No need to remind you all of a pretty lousy weekend (if you happen to be a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins). I’ll be in Ft. Myers for the next […]
If the Pittsburgh Penguins make another splash at the trade deadline, it should be for a big-name center such as Ryan Kesler.
When penning a post-mortem of Russia’s painful exit from the Olympic games, you could point to any one of the main issues that plagued the team: underperforming stars, questionable systematic […]