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Pittsburgh Penguins Prospect Jordy Bellerive is Really Good, If Not Very Good

So, let’s talk about Jordy Bellerive, shall we?

I think by this point we all know the story of how the centerman became a Pittsburgh Penguin prospect. 1,260 more words

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Depth scoring the key to making another deep run

In this era of Penguins history, it is common to lean on Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin to lead the team to glory.

The strategy has worked perfectly in the championship runs of 2009 and 2017 where the superstars combined for 67 and 55 points respectively. 484 more words

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Dunlap: Do Nothing, Mr. Rutherford

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PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Bluff ‘em, Jim. Bluff ‘em all.

Don’t do a thing.

I know this isn’t in your DNA. 592 more words

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Penguins add depth with Leighton, Oleksiak acquisitions

The Pittsburgh Penguins just got a little bigger on their backend.

The Penguins announced they struck a deal with the Dallas Stars on Tuesday afternoon, acquiring 6-foo-7 defenseman Jamie Oleksiak for a conditional fourth-round pick in 2019. 469 more words

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Trade Rumors; Cullen, Pageau, & More

Last time we talked, the Pens came off convincing wins against Buffalo. Since, they’ve been anything but impressive, losing 3 of the last 4 games. In this week’s episode, we discuss what’s potentially ailing the team, and we frame the discussion around Jim Rutherford’s recent comments on possibly needing to make a trade to shake things up. 72 more words

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What Will Sheahan Bring To Pittsburgh?

The Penguins made a splash on Saturday acquiring Riley Sheahan and a fifth round draft choice for Scott Wilson and a third rounder. The hope is that Sheahan can fill the third-line center void left by the departures of… 401 more words

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2017-2018 Season Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins are gunning for nothing less than a third consecutive Stanley Cup. They hope to become the first NHL club to win three in a row since the New York Islanders in the 1980s and they still have the pieces to do just that. 641 more words

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