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PODCAST: Who Will Win The Conn Smythe Trophy For The 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs?

McKenna’s NHL Podcast via Hooked On Hockey Magazine weighs in on who should take home the Conn Smythe Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has taken his game to ‘a whole another level’ but will it still be enough to help Pittsburgh hoist Lord Stanley for the …

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Three Things To Know For Game Four: Pittsburgh Penguins Vs. San Jose Sharks

Thanks to San Jose Sharks rookie forward Joonas Donskoi’s overtime game-winning goal in game three on Saturday night it’s now safe to say that we officially have a series between the Sharks and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Donskoi’s dramatic game-winner took place in front of 17,562 fans at the SAP Center in San Jose, the Shark Tank, which so happened to …

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What new head coach Mike Sullivan will bring to the Pittsburgh Penguins

While the Pens versus the Caps always makes for a fun, highly-watched rivalry night, this time around, most people’s eyes will be glued to the ice for a different reason. It is new head coach Mike Sullivan’s debut game, and everyone is beyond anxious to see how it will go. Replacing former head coach Mike Johnston – who was relieved …

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Saying farewell to long-time Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis

But even Superman can only fly so long… The Pittsburgh Penguins officially announced Tuesday afternoon that right wing Pascal “Super Duper” Dupuis will play no more, his 15-year-long career finally coming to a close after experiencing further complications with the same blood clot that kept him sidelined all of last season. The decision came after the Dec. 1 game against the San Jose …

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Pittsburgh Penguins Performance This Season Should Have Fans Concerned

The Penguins earned their fifth win of the season last night against the Washington Capitals, finally boosting their record up to a semi-decent 5-4-0. It’s a small ray of hope that the team may just get better and start producing like they did way back when, but even so, it still has everyone wondering why said improvement is taking so long. …

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Pittsburgh Penguins 2015-16 Season Preview

Pens fans everywhere are currently mentally preparing for the slow, agonizing Band-Aid rip that will be tonight’s regular season opener. After peeling off that sticky plastic – which has been covering our severe last-season wounds for about five months now – we will see one of two things: The gash from the horrible tragedy will be completely healed, or The gash …

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What the 2015 Preseason is Saying About the Pittsburgh Penguins

Let’s start with the obvious: Phil Kessel is about to be our saving grace. Already, the man has four points: two goals Tuesday against Carolina and both a goal and an assist Saturday against Columbus. That averages out to one point per game, which is ridiculously consistent and a big change regarding superstar scoring on the team as of late. …

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Top 5 Pittsburgh Penguins Players of All-Time

It’s no secret that the Pittsburgh Penguins are a talent-filled franchise. Not even fifty years into existence, they’re already famous for having some of the greatest names to ever play, such as Les Binkley, Pierre Larouche, Jean Pronovost, Syl Apps, Rick Kehoe, Jaromir Jagr, Marc Andre Fleury, Kris Letang, Evgeni Malkin. Honestly, the list could go on and on. Despite …

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Penguins missing playoffs: not a reason to panic

Who would guess that an offense boasting Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin would be struggling to get a playoff spot with 2 games remaining? The normally dominant Pittsburgh Penguins have looked downright average, even sinking into terrible territory; but is anyone really to blame? Truthfully; there is some blame to be assigned, but not to the “usual suspects.” Marc-Andre Fleury …

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Penguins Bringing Kapanen Back to North America

The Pittsburgh Penguins are bringing Kasperi Kapanen back on North American soil to join the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins by the end of the week, according to Jenn Menendez of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: #Pens in the process of bringing prospect Kasperi Kapanen to WBS by end of the week, per GM Jim Rutherford who said "That's the first step." — Jenn Menendez …

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