Letang ready for 'new start' with Penguins: report
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Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang was limited to 37 games last season because of a stroke, and knee and elbow injuries. But the 27-year-old has recovered and is eager to put it all behind him. "I think it's going to be a new start for...Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins rookie savors early start for his roster pushpost-gazette.com 9 hours agoLONDON, Ontario — Brian Dumoulin is 23 years old.Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins' top goaltending prospects will move to back seat soonpost-gazette.com Sep 15 (yesterday)LONDON, Ontario — When the Penguins prospects' optional practice ended Monday, coach John Hynes still hadn't decided who will be in goal for their tournament finale today at Budweiser Gardens.Upvote Share Tweetthehockeynews.com Sep 15 (yesterday)Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury enters this season facing an uncertain future. He’s an unrestricted free agent in July, and new Penguins GM Jim Rutherford didn’t believe this summer was the right time to discuss a contract extension. Fl…Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins' European prospect Oskar Sundqvist thinking big, smallpost-gazette.com Sep 14 (3 days ago)LONDON, Ontario -- Oskar Sundqvist realized he would need some time to adjust to playing hockey in North America.Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins prospect Zlobin sparkles in clutchpost-gazette.com Sep 14 (3 days ago)LONDON, Ontario -- No fewer than 172 players were drafted before the Penguins spent a sixth-round selection on Anton Zlobin in 2012.Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins prospects attempt to impresspost-gazette.com Sep 13 (4 days ago)LONDON, Ontario — For some young players, the prospects tournament that begins today might be the final stop before they begin taking regular shifts at a drive-through window.Upvote Share Tweet
The man who predicted the Rangers would go from last to the Stanley Cupthehockeynews.com Sep 11 (6 days ago)The New York Rangers finished dead last in the Patrick Division in 1992-93, out of the playoffs and searching for answers. Yet, remarkably, entering the subsequent season, THN senior writer Mike Brophy predicted they’d win the Stanley Cup when most figu…Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Sep 11 (6 days ago)Two things that tend not to mix: Sept. 11 remembrances and social media. Not only because corporations treat the anniversary like a macabre version of Super Bowl commercials, with branded messages of tribute that range from the heartfelt to the incredib…Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins' Sidney Crosby dealing with changespost-gazette.com Sep 10 (6 days ago)He is not, Sidney Crosby admits, particularly fond of change.Upvote Share Tweet
Rumor Roundup: Sharks & Coyotes trade buzzthehockeynews.com Sep 10 (7 days ago)As the San Jose Sharks prepare for the start of training camp next week, questions hang over the future of several players. Though Sharks GM Doug Wilson backtracked somewhat from talk of making significant changes to his roster, CSN Bay Area’s Kevin Kur…Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins training camp to feature public practices Sept. 20post-gazette.com Sep 10 (7 days ago)The Penguins’ training camp will include a couple of sessions open to the public on Saturday, Sept. 20.Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Sep 9(The 2014-15 NHL season is nearly upon us, and attempting to handicap the winners and losers can sometimes leave us speechless. So we decided to break down all 30 teams with the next best thing to words: Emojis!) Last Season In Emojis Last Season, In Su…Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins' Crosby fully healthy for training campNHL.com Sep 8NEW YORK -- Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby didn't know in July if he would need surgery on his wrist or if he would be able to start the 2014-15 season with the rest of his teammates. It was a nervous time. "[I didn't have] a deadlin...Upvote Share TweetKasperi Kapanen, the Penguins’ first-round draft choice in June, will not participate in an upcoming prospects’ tournament in London, Ontario because of a finger injury.Upvote Share Tweetthehockeynews.com Sep 5You’ve got to be some kind of crazy to be a goalie. Not only do you have to regularly deal with frozen chunks of rubber flying towards you at rifling speeds, but you’re also the last line of defense and, therefore, the first one to blame when things go …Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Sep 5In 2011, Mario Lemieux watched his Pittsburgh Penguins become punching bags for the New York Islanders in a game that featured 346 penalty minutes. He then did what he’s always done, which is get overdramatic about the state of the game and start tossin…Upvote Share Tweet
Penguins defenseman Maatta is recovering quicklypost-gazette.com Sep 4Olli Maatta cocks his stick above his waist as the puck skids across the ice toward him.Upvote Share TweetIn the winter of 2011, Penguins owner Mario Lemieux sent a strong and public message to the NHL in regard to a “sideshow” brawl between his franchise’s players and those of the New York Islanders. Calling the incident a “travesty”, the retired Hall of F…Upvote Share Tweet
Jagr on verge of almost unheard of distinction this seasonthehockeynews.com Sep 4We’re going to go on the assumption here that Teemu Selanne has retired from the NHL for good this time. Of course, you never know with Selanne, but we’re thinking he’s serious about it this time. That leaves Jaromir Jagr as the oldest player in the NHL…Upvote Share Tweet
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