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Balanced Attack Leads '10-'11 Nashville Predators to Seven Game Upset Over '84-'85 Winnipeg Jets

Whether or not this is truly an upset, it is a seeded upset. The ’10-’11 Predators did, however, score more than I was expecting. The Preds have never been a big offensive threat and always relied on defense and goaltending. 1,027 more words

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Crosby: Pens must 'find a way to get over that hump'

While just about every team gives lip service to their quest for Stanley Cups, there are generally only a select few who can look at a season as “championship or bust.” The Pittsburgh Penguins have been in that group for some time, so maybe it makes sense that they canned Dan Bylsma and Ray Shero after a second-round exit. 228 more words

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PHT Morning Skate: Landeskog has a laugh at Avs' stats

PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond. 293 more words

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Johnston: Teammates need to do more to help Crosby

Sidney Crosby is the reigning Art Ross and Hart Trophy winner, but whether or not the Pittsburgh Penguins will win the Stanley Cup in 2014-15 will depend on far more than just his performance. 247 more words

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Johnston will enter camp looking for wingers for Malkin

Evgeni Malkin meshed well with James Neal and Jussi Jokinen last season, but neither of his wingers are returning to Pittsburgh for 2014-15. As a result, one of Mike Johnston’s first tasks as Pittsburgh’s new bench boss will be remaking the second line. 274 more words

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Poll: Who makes up for James Neal's goals in Pittsburgh?

When the Penguins dealt James Neal to the Nashville Predators for Patric Hornqvist and Nick Spaling, it was viewed as a necessary change. Whether it was because of Neal’s penchant for playing things on the edge or not is up for debate, but one thing he did a lot of in Pittsburgh was score goals. 180 more words

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Under Pressure: Mike Johnston

Mike Johnston is 57 years old and has never been a NHL head coach before.

Which makes his first gig a bit of a doozy. 460 more words

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