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Penguins Prospects Future, Guenztel earns conference honors

With the Pittsburgh Penguins embarking on their 7th straight playoff run, we begin to look at the prospects that could keep the consecutive playoff appearances streak alive for years to come. 467 more words

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Jim Pritchard

James George Pritchard

Born: February 14, 1948 (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
Died: April 1, 2014 (Vancouver)

A rushing defenceman, Jim Pritchard was a first-round draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens in the 1968 NHL amateur draft. 313 more words

Penguins Prospects: Week in Review 4-8-14

With the Pittsburgh Penguins getting set to gear up for the 2014 NHL playoffs against the Columbus Blue Jackets, the prospects are heading toward the conclusions of their season. 437 more words

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Penguins Prospects: Week in Review 4-6-14

As another week passes, the Pittsburgh Penguins continue to deal with a rash of injuries. Despite the big clubs trouble to stay healthy, prospects throughout the North American ranks continue to find success in their postseasons. 629 more words

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Penguin's Prospect: week in review 3-24-14

With most teams in full playoff mode, a few Pittsburgh Penguins prospects are helping their teams make runs toward their respective championships.

Top Penguins defensive prospect Derrick Pouliot helped guide his Portland Winterhawks to a series sweep over the Vancouver Giants in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs. 488 more words

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Giants lose to Winterhawks in Game 4, eliminated from opening round of WHL playoffs

The Vancouver Giants saw their season come to an end at the hands of a Portland Winterhawks team with the goal of making it two consecutive Memorial Cup appearances. 488 more words

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Winterhawks take commanding 3-0 series lead with victory over Vancouver Giants

The Portland Winterhawks appear unstoppable at this point, and the Vancouver Giants are facing elimination from the Western Hockey League playoffs.

Game 3 between the two teams at the Pacific Coliseum was a case of a deeply skilled team capitalizing on their chances and another team, learning the ropes of playoff hockey with eyes toward the future, unable to do so until it was too late and the hole too deep. 245 more words

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