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DoPS | Consistently Inconsistant

Photo: USA Today. Head Coach, Barry Trotz, discussing the 3-game suspension handed down to Orpik. Trotz implied that the decision by the DoPS was influenced by our current opponent, The Pittsburgh Penguins. 1,096 more words

Episode 114 - Recapping Games 1 & 2 of Pens/Caps

Chris and Dan recap the first two games of the Pens series against the Capitals, discussing who has controlled the tempo thus far, the ineffectiveness of the power play, questionable decisions from officials, the controversial hit from Brooks Orpik on Olli Maatta, and what the Pens need to do to win the series.

Pittsburgh Penguins

May 1, Playoff Update, The Struggle Is Real

Last Nights Scores

Pittsburgh Penguins 2 @ Washington Capitals 1 (Series tied 1-1)

NY Islanders 1 @ Tampa Bay 4 (Series tied 1-1)

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Wilson Gets Fined For Kneeing

For kneeing Penguins forward Connor Sheary, Tom Wilson of the Washington Capitals received a very specific fine of $2,403.67, the maximum fine allowable under the CBA. 436 more words


Take a Stand: A call for much needed change at the NHL's Department of Player Safety

Bettman, we’ve got a problem.In its most recent disciplinary decision (or lack thereof), the NHL Department of Player Safety (DOPS) opted to subject Washington’s Tom Wilson to the maximum allowable fine under the CBA in the amount of $2,403.67 for his kneeing of Pittsburgh’s Conor Sheary. 907 more words

League-Wide Issues

Is A Fine Enough to Curb Wilson's Recklessness?

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 After giving Pittsburgh Penguins forward Conor Sheary a potentially dangerous knee-on-knee hit in last night’s 4-3 overtime win, Capitals right wig Tom Wilson was fined for the first time in his three-year NHL career. 422 more words


Caps Look to Keep Pressure on the Pens in Game 2

What a first game of the series! T.J. Oshie arrived and showed the D.C. area fans why trading for him was a great choice this past offseason by scoring a hat-trick and overtime winner 4-3. 492 more words

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