Pittsburgh Penguins’ End of Season Report Card

June 18th, 2010 by Laura Falcon Leave a reply »
Going along with my previous article wrapping the Pittsburgh Penguins' 2009-2010 season , I decided there was no better way to sum up the team's performance than an end of season grade for each player.

I am taking into account both the regular season and playoffs and I'm judging them on how well they executed their respective jobs on the ice.


Marc-Andre Fleury: B

Not a bad season for Fleury, but unfortunately, people are going to remember his lacking performance in the playoffs rather than his relatively strong season. With that said, a goalie needs to be there for his team when it matters the most and Fleury wasn't able to get it done.

Brent Johnson: B+

Johnson was there for Fleury when he let in a couple of softies and did his job when Fleury was given a game off. Most impressive was his skill in the shootouts, allowing no pucks to go by his huge frame.



Mart Eaton: B+

Eaton is the true blue collar defenseman on the team, silently doing his job while putting up the numbers. He was second on the team in blocked shots with 135.

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