Jussi Jokinen’s biggest contribution to the Penguins lineup is his faceoff ability.
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“Penalty kill, power play, guys are doing a lot of different things that lead to success on this team,” Jarome Iginla said of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Tyler Kennedy, despite his $2 million contract, was a healthy scratch for the first four games of the Islanders series.
Should Jarome Iginla be with Evgeni Malkin or Sidney Crosby? Right wing or left wing?
Penguins players had a tough time coming to a consensus on what went wrong and what needed to be done to regain control of the series.
How is sluggish defenseman Douglas Murray surviving in the Penguins up-tempo system?
The NHL released the schedule for the 2013 Quarterfinal playoff matchups on Sunday night: 2013 EASTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS #1 Pittsburgh vs. #8 NY Islanders Wednesday, May 1 7:30 p.m. […]
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PITTSBURGH — No NCAA Championship game since 1968 has gone scoreless through two periods. Yale and Quinnipiac came close. They played 39 minutes and 56 seconds of entertaining, yet scoreless […]