The Czech Republic for years have been pumping out talented goaltenders with the likes of Dominik Hasek, Roman Turek, and Roman Cechmánek. However, for the upcoming Winter Olympics, the Czech Republic […]
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Team Canada released it’s roster for the upcoming World Junior Hockey Championships. Some interesting omissions. But hey, not everyone can play. [Yahoo Sports] Should Morgan Rielly and/or Sean Monahan be […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins should not be trading for a backup goalie. Not any time soon anyway. The pressure has been placed on Ray Shero to trade for an experienced goalie […]
With cities across North America clamoring for the rights to an NHL franchise, there is no lack of intrigue when discussing which locale may end up with a team. Since […]
The Blackhawks raised their Stanley Cup banner last night. They also won the game, which was pretty important too. [The Guardian] A great look on the impact of re-alignment for […]
Penguins GM Ray Shero announced on Saturday that goaltender Tomas Vokoun will be out indefinitely after undergoing a procedure to dissolve a blood clot in his pelvis.
If you didn’t catch the mayhem in the Sabres/Leafs game last night, you may want to have a look. Goalie fight alert! [YouTube] Here’s a breakdown of exactly how and […]
Pittsburgh Penguins’ Head Coach Dan Bylsma stated last week that he has the best goalie tandem in the league with Marc-Andre Fleury and Tomas Vokoun. When referring to the regular […]
How’s about a little stroll down memory lane to start us off? In 2008, Pittsburgh Penguins’ franchise goalie Marc-Andre Fleury suffered a high ankle sprain. The worst possible sprain for […]
Will Marc-Andre Fleury be ready to perform in the playoffs in the upcoming season? The pressure will only intensify for the Pittsburgh Penguins’ starting net-minder. He has no other choice but […]
If there is one thing this summer has proven about Ray Shero, it’s that he isn’t afraid to stick to his guns in the face of excruciating scrutiny. There were […]
While the Chicago Blackhawks capturing the 2013 Stanley Cup, their second in four years, is no surprise to anyone, the Pittsburgh Penguins were the odds on favorite. The Pens fell […]