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Why didn’t Zbynek Michalek work in Pittsburgh?
The Pittsburgh Penguins have added puck-moving defensemen to their roster regularly for the past two plus seasons. These puck-moving specialists include: Zbynek Michalek, Alex Goligoski, and Jordan Leopold. There has […]
Its no secret that the Phoenix Coyotes are lacking serious firing power, so with the lockout officially over and training camp underway, Coyotes GM Don Maloney is hard at work […]
A tired, beaten and upset Phoenix Coyotes was the last fans saw of the league’s enfant terribles. The deep playoff run of last season could’ve been what catapulted the desert […]
June 22, 2012: Phoenix Coyotes trade Harrison Ruopp, Marc Cheverie, and a third-round pick to the Pittsburgh Penguins for defenseman Zbynek Michalek Round One of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft […]
Dear Brendan Shanahan, You have an extremely difficult job. I would not want to be in your shoes. As head of the NHL Department of Player Safety, you have the […]
Dear Dan Bylsma, Your Pittsburgh Penguins were on a roll and looking like the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. You had the best line in the NHL with […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager, Ray Shero, gets an adrenaline rush around the trade deadline. This time of year is like a holiday for Shero. He relishes the opportunity to […]
A look at the variables influencing the future of Paul Martin, prospects Eric Tangradi and Dustin Jeffrey, and the possibility GM Ray Shero could use his stockpile of draft picks to satisfy needs at the trade deadline.
Per Bob McKenzie, it has been announced Monday evening that Alex Ovechkin will be suspended for three games for a hit he delivered on Zybnek Michalek. Ovechkin will surrender $154,677.75 (via […]
After surrendering a 2-0 1st period lead Sunday afternoon and falling behind 3-2 to the Washington Capitals early in the 3rd period, the best line in hockey took over for […]