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NHL: With Dan Bylsma On Board, What Does Buffalo Need To Address?

The Buffalo Sabres are moving in the right direction, thanks to the hire of former Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma. The Sabres also own the 2nd and 21st overall picks in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and Evander Kane set to start his Buffalo career at the onset of the 2015-16 season. Yes, things are looking up for Buffalo, but there are still areas of concern for the team,
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Pittsburgh Penguins : Five Reasons the Pens Flopped Against the Bruins

For the first time in history, the final teams remaining in the Stanley Cup Playoffs just so happened to be the previous four champions. Unfortunately for the Pittsburgh Penguins, they have been sent home early, and then there were three. As difficult and gut-wrenching it was for the fans to watch, the Penguins were surprisingly swept in the Eastern Conference Finals by the hands of the Boston Bruins. Hard to
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2013 NHL Playoffs : Pens’ Offense Responds in 7-3 Rout, Take 3-1 Series Lead

The Pittsburgh Penguins trailed 2-1 to the Ottawa Senators after the first period and came back to score six unanswered goals to win Game 4 Wednesday night, 7-3. Pittsburgh now takes a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals as they look to close the series on home ice Friday night at the Consol Energy Center. The Penguins were powered by James Neal and Jarome Iginla who each scored twice
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2013 NHL Playoffs: With Fleury Struggling, is it Time for Plan B In Goal For The Penguins?

The only question that surrounded the Pittsburgh Penguins going into the postseason this year was Marc-Andre Fleury. How would he respond to last year’s disappointing performance in their first-round exit to the Philadelphia Flyers? In six games, he allowed 26 goals and was pulled once. It made the Penguins netminder the center of attention along with the shoddy penalty killing. These two areas of concern led to the Penguins’ downfall after a terrific
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Pittsburgh Penguins : No Sweet 16, Sabres ‘Bust Pens’ Bracket’ in 4-1 Upset

The streak is finally over for the Pittsburgh Penguins as they fell to the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday, 4-1. Kevin Porter scored two goals and Ryan Miller made 19 saves for the Sabres who snapped a four-game losing streak. Pittsburgh (28-9-0) was only three wins away from holding the longest winning streak in the history of the National Hockey League. It was their first game without Sidney Crosby (jaw) in the
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Pittsburgh Penguins : Despite Injury to Fleury, Pens Blank Habs For 13th Straight Win

The National Hockey League and its fans got a taste of playoff hockey Tuesday night when two of the Eastern Conference juggernauts squared off in a possible future playoff matchup. Sidney Crosby scored the lone goal for Pittsburgh Penguins as they shut out the Montreal Canadiens 1-0. The Penguins (26-8-0) extended their winning streak to 13 games and seemed to have truly set themselves apart in the East as they
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With So Much Depth, Is Tyler Kennedy One Of The Odd Men Out For The Penguins?

It is no secret that the Pittsburgh Penguins have been known for their depth over the last seven years. Ever since Jordan Staal got drafted in 2006, the Penguins had what was known as the best depth down the middle when Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin were healthy. This made it very difficult for opposing teams to match up against. And with the additions of role-players on the respectful wings of those three centers, Pittsburgh has made six consecutive playoff