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Impressions of the Pens; Cutch Trade Dead?; Previewing Steelers-Bills

Start – We’re back with another jam-packed episode of the podcast! This time around, we get into Penguins talk first and break down Monday’s night’s 8-5 win against Ottawa. 192 more words

Pittsburgh Penguins

COLUMN: Resiliency Begins With You, Coach

“Let me tell you ’bout my head coach.” 🎤

We are almost exactly one year to the day where Mike Sullivan was hired as Penguins head coach and I think it’s safe to say he is no second coming of his predecessors Dan Bylsma or Mike Johnston. 850 more words


The Daily Penguin - Nov. 30, 2016

Seth Lakso of The Citizens’ Voice recounts the journey to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s first shutout of the season (CitizensVoice.com)

While the WBS penalty kill has been dynamite all season, Pittsburgh is searching for answers to its P.K. 69 more words

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins

What to Expect From Jake Guentzel in the NHL

This morning, the Pittsburgh Penguins called one of their most promising prospects up to the NHL to fill in for the injured Chris Kunitz. Jake Guentzel will be with the Penguins as they face off against the Rangers. 359 more words

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Edmonton Oilers history: Wayne Gretzky scores four goals in 11-4 rout of Los Angeles Kings, Nov. 25, 1981

This day in Oilers history: Nov. 25

1981: Wayne Gretzky scores four goals for the second time this season in an 11-4 Oilers win over the visiting Los Angeles Kings. 930 more words

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Pittsburgh Penguins Season Preview 2016-17

AND WE’RE BACK!!! It’s time to talk Penguins hockey once again, and yes they’re still Stanley Cup Champs. The season starts Thursday, so Chris and Dan are back to discuss all the major storylines heading into the season. 58 more words

Pittsburgh Penguins

The Saga of Derrick Pouliot

When Ray Shero was the GM of the Pittsburgh Penguins, he was able to draft D Derrick Pouliot with a pick that he acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes in a trade that sent Jordan Staal to Carolina. 644 more words