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Pittsburgh Penguins Winger Matt Cooke Suspended for the Rest of the Season

March 21st, 2011
It's official, Pittsburgh Penguins' winger Matt Cooke has been suspended for the rest of the season and the first round of the playoffs by the NHL. Cooke has been suspended for his flying elbow that he delivered to defenseman Ryan McDonagh of the New York Rangers in the head one day earlier. Cooke obviously did not ...

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Center Evgeni Malkin Likely Out For The Year

February 5th, 2011
The hits just keep on coming for the Pens. Pittsburgh Penguins' star center Evgeni Malkin has a torn MCL and ACL and is likely out for the season. Although some are saying that he may return, it looks like this just ended Malkin's season. Malkin and the ...

Pittsburgh Penguins: Top Questions That Will Be Answered in The Second Half

January 31st, 2011
Technically the halfway point of the season is already over, as the Pittsburgh Penguins have already played 50 of their 82 games. Right now the Penguins sit in second place in their division and our in fourth place in the Eastern Conference. The Pens entered the All-Star ...

Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury Proving Critics, Doubters Wrong

January 26th, 2011
Marc-Andre Fleury and the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltending has been by far the No. 1 topic for the team this year. Fleury and the Penguins had a disappointing second-round elimination in the 2009-2010 Stanley Cup playoffs via the Montreal Canadians. In that series, Fleury was not at his best to ...

Pittsburgh Penguins Need More From Evgeni Malkin

January 17th, 2011
The Pittsburgh Penguins are really fortunate to have two of the best players in the league at the same position, on the same team. Sidney Crosby is the best player in the NHL and Evgeni Malkin is probably one of the five most talented players in the league. That's why ...

Pittsburgh Penguins Shouldn’t Rush Jordan Staal Back

December 27th, 2010
Up until this year Pittsburgh Penguins center Jordan Staal had never missed a game. He was well on his way to being considered an "Iron Man" in one of the world's toughest sports. So far, the 2010 NHL regular season has been a season to forget for Staal, who has ...

Evgeni Malkin Starting to Play Up to His Capability

December 21st, 2010
Last month, I wrote that the Pittsburgh Penguins needed more production from Evgeni Malkin.In the first 25 games of his 2010-2011 campaign had just eight goals and 22 points, which wasn't even good enough to be in the Top 25 in the league. I was frustrated with Malkin's inconsistency and I ...

Pittsburgh Penguins Getting Their Money’s Worth With Kris Letang

December 7th, 2010
Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Ray Shero is really good at getting quality players for good deals. Well I think it's safe to say that he got the Penguins another bargain when he signed defenseman Kris Letang to a new deal this past March. Letang was signed to a four-year contract ...

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby Is Simply the Best

December 3rd, 2010
The debate will go on until his career is over and probably even after that. However, there is no question that right now Sidney Crosby is the best, most complete player in the National Hockey League. In all due respects to fine goaltenders like Tim Thomas and Carey Price, not ...

Pittsburgh Penguins Need Evgeni Malkin To Produce More

December 1st, 2010
The Pittsburgh Penguins are really fortunate to have two of the best players in the league at the same position, on the same team. Sidney Crosby is the best player in the NHL and Evgeni Malkin is probably one of the five most talented players in the league. That's why those ...