A timeline to start us off: Tuesday, May 13th: Penguins lose Game Seven at a home to the New York Rangers 2-1, after holding a 3-1 series lead thanks to […]
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Ray Shero has been in the crosshairs of Flyers fans for some time now. He’s taken the arch rival Pittsburgh Penguins from bottom dweller to Stanley Cup Champion in a […]
I’ve flown under the radar for the most part since the Penguins parted ways with former GM Ray Shero. Quite frankly, I just haven’t had much to say regarding the […]
The Penguins’ marketing campaign in 2010 was ‘Defy Ordinary’. Their campaign next season should be ‘Defy Probability’.
“Just Win, Baby.” Al Davis – late owner of the Oakland Raiders In the world of sports, no truer words have ever been spoken. Al Davis knew the recipe for […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins made a staff move contrary to the general consensus Friday. Instead of relieving Dan Bylsma from his head coaching duties (for now), the team fired general manager Ray Shero. […]
To answer the question simply: Im really not sure. As I write this column, I’ve had just over 12 hours to digest the news of Ray Shero’s dismissal. Then listen […]
So this is it. This was the last hurrah. The last charge of Dan Bylsma and his slightly-less-than-uber-talented Penguins. It ended in the same fashion that the previous four postseasons […]
The fact that the Pittsburgh Penguins are playing a seventh and deciding game against the New York Rangers tonight at Consol Energy Center is, in a word: EMBARRASSING. Even the […]
“These are ones that you dream about playing and you play in your backyard,” Bylsma said. “These are the ones that you’ll remember. Game 51, we’re not going to remember from […]
A long, hard winter. The Olympics. More than 500 man-games lost to injury. Has it been six months already? The end of the NHL’s 2013-2014 regular season has come. For […]
Marc-Andre Fleury hasn’t played in more than one playoff series per year since 2009-10. He’s either lost in the 1st-round or been replaced before a 1st-round series was over. If this pattern continues, this might be […]