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Do the Penguins Make a Change at Goalie for Game 5?

By Kim Dunning

The Pittsburgh Penguins lost Game 5 with an intense third period game on Friday night to the Lightning. Down 4-0 at the start of the third period, the Pens made a goalie change from rookie Matt Murray to veteran Marc-Andre Fleury, who hasnt seen action in a game since March 31. 333 more words

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Should the Penguins Trade Fleury for McDavid? A Dive Into An Armchair GM's Mind

So I’ve never really been a hockey guy, but when you live in Pittsburgh and the Penguins are in the playoffs, you kind of have to watch every single game or else you may be bumrushed by a bunch of Yinzers,tied to the back of a truck and dragged down Forbes Avenue for uttering the words “I don’t really watch hockey”.   449 more words

Giant Eagle recalls fried rice products sold at Ohio stores

PITTSBURGH (WCMH)–Giant Eagle announced a voluntary recall Tuesday for products containing fried rice sold in the prepared foods department of Giant Eagle and Market District locations. 196 more words


Murray or Fleury?

In game 5, Matt Murray stopped 16 of 19 shots.  Although his stat line in this game was not exactly impressive, (.842 save percentage and just above a 3.00 goals against average) you can hardly blame the kid. 1,194 more words

Pasta and potato salad recalled for possible Listeria contamination

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Refrigerated potato salad, macaroni salad and tuna salad sold in Ohio and 28 other states is being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination. 89 more words


Fleury, Maatta return to practice with Penguins

Though he made no promises after Monday’s practice at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex about his availability for the Penguins’ playoff opener on Wednesday, goaltender … 7 more words

Wedgewood gets a shutout win!

Either the Devils played really well or the Penguins were totally off their game.

Devils shutout the Penguins with a 3 – 0 score.

During the first period Kyle Palmieri scored two goals one only half a minute into the first. 201 more words

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