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Poile named 2017 GM of the Year

Just moments after it was announced that Predators forward James Neal would be the newest member of the Vegas Golden Knights, Nashville General Manager David Poile was awarded the 2017 GM of the Year Award. 104 more words

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Some Last Minute Stanley Cup Final Thoughts

Now that the NHL season is officially over we can start looking forward to the craziness of what this off season is going to provide. But before we look forward to that let’s take care of some of the recent hot topics since the Cup returned to Pittsburgh: 847 more words

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What the Puck: P.K. Subban hating went into overdrive Monday

As soon as the Penguins won the Stanley Cup Sunday night on the back of a garbage fluke of a goal from Patric Hornqvist, I knew it was only a matter of time before the made-in-Quebec P.K. 1,114 more words


Pittsburgh Penguins win second straight Stanley Cup with 2-0 win over Predators

NASHVILLE – Sidney Crosby is bringing the Stanley Cup back home to Pittsburgh for a second consecutive year. He’s bringing another MVP trophy, too.

Patric Hornqvist scored with 1:35 left and Matt Murray made 27 saves for his second straight shutout as the Penguins became the first team in nearly two decades to repeat as champion with a 2-0 win over the… 1,413 more words


Sidney Crosby May Sneakily Be The Dirtiest Player In The NHL

Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby is arguably the best player in the NHL today and is well-known as the darling good guy of hockey. But could he actually be sneakily the dirtiest player in the NHL? 500 more words


P.K. Subban faces off against the politics of the Old South still on display in Tennessee

P.K. Subban is a great hockey player, highly skilled, entertaining, charismatic, outspoken and, in general, irrepressibly appealing to hockey fans in a sport where, too often, the greats are about as interesting as a can of paint in interviews. 1,102 more words


Hurley: Hypocrite Sidney Crosby Allowed To Hit P.K. Subban's Head Into Ice In Stanley Cup Final

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Star treatment from officiating, particularly in the postseason, is something that we generally expect from the NBA. 1,317 more words