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Stanley Cup Finals: How The Pittsburgh Penguins Can Win Game Two

The Pittsburgh Penguins are three games away from hoisting their fifth Stanley Cup and second in two years. After taking game one in Pittsburgh on Memorial Day, the Penguins look to take a commanding two game lead. Although the Pens won game one it wasn’t how most people would have expected. The Pens mustered just 12 shots in the entire game, eight of which came in the three goal first
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Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins vs Nashville Predators

Welcome to the Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins vs Nashville Predators! The long and grueling journey that is the Stanley Cup Playoffs is ready for one more epic battle as the Pittsburgh Penguins, the defending Stanley Cup Champions, will take on the upstart Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup Finals! 16 teams entered the playoffs with dreams of raising Lord Stanley's Cup. The Predators were the last team to qualify,
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Pittsburgh Penguins: Some Things Never Change! Pens Continue Playoff Mastery Over Capitals

There is an old French proverb that goes, “plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose”, which translates into the term, the more things change, the more they stay the same. One thing that never changes is the Pittsburgh Penguins beating the Washington Capitals in the post-season. Much like the cherry blossoms that bloom in spring, and the seasons changing, one thing that can always be counted on is Pittsburgh
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Pittsburgh Penguins vs Washington Capitals Game 7 Preview

Welcome to the Pittsburgh Penguins vs Washington Capitals Game 7 Preview! Mike Drakulich of Pittsburgh SportsNation brings you behind the bench with a quick preview and prediction of the Penguins and Capitals Game 7 match-up! There's nothing more magical than the words "Game 7" when it comes to the NHL Playoffs. It's the game where legends are born and stories are told for a lifetime. The Pittsburgh Penguins will have history

Have The Penguins Finally Figured Things Out?

Who exactly are the Pittsburgh Penguins?   Pittsburgh’s NHL team was revitalized when Sidney Crosby was acquired in the draft, and since then their front office has been committed to building around a core of Sid the Kid and Evgeni Malkin. That strategy netted them two cup finals appearances and one Stanley Cup Championship, but in years other than those great ones, there have been plenty of questions. Goalie Marc-Andre
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NHL: What Is Wrong With The Pittsburgh Penguins?

The Pittsburgh Penguins had a heck of an offseason. They managed to land right winger Phil Kessel from the Toronto Maple Leafs, a huge deal that seemed like it could propel the Penguins back into the league’s elite. After years of disappointing playoff performances and slow regression, it seemed as if the Penguins had pried their championship window back open again. With Kessel revitalizing an offense that already had its
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NHL: Five Teams That Should Be Worried About the 2015-16 Season

It’s never too early for some good old-fashioned panicking. We’re only a week into the National Hockey League season, and most NHL teams have played either two or three games. That’s not a lot, but it’s enough: we can already see that some teams are not going to have a great 2015-2016 season. Maybe they showed up unprepared, or maybe their front offices’ off-season tinkering hasn’t done them any favors.
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NHL News and Notes : Lightning LW Ryan Malone Arrested For DUI and Possession of Cocaine

[caption id="attachment_24865" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Drew Hallowell/Getty Images North America)[/caption] According to media reports, Tampa Bay Lightning left-wing, Ryan Malone was arrest for driving under the influence and possession of cocaine early Saturday. The 34-year-old Malone was arrested at 5:40 am in Tampa after making a left turn from the center lane and striking a curb, was released on a $2,500 bond. According to police reports, Malone refused to take field
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News and Notes : Allen Iverson Honored, Hawks Top Pens, Projected Top Seeds and City Wins Capitol One Cup

Allen Iverson, the NHL Stadium Series, Joe Lunardi's top seeds and Manchester City highlight the Sunday edition of The Inscriber Digital Magazine's News and Notes for March 2, 2014 Sixers Retire Allen Iverson’s Jersey : One of the most prolific scoring guard to ever play in NBA history, the Philadelphia 76ers retired Allen Iverson’s jersey Saturday night. A four-time NBA scoring champion, NBA MVP and 11-time All-Star, the top overall
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NHL : Columbus Blue Jackets Hapless In Home-and-Home Sweep By Pens

COLUMBUS --  After being blanked by Pittsburgh Penguins rookie netminder, Jeff Zatkoff, 3-0, the Columbus Blue Jackets need to find some answers on offense. Columbus, currently in sixth place in the NHL’s new Metropolitan division, at 5-8 with ten points, scored two goals—both losses—to the high-powered Penguins in a home-and-home series, need to find ways to generate more scoring chances and goals if they are to hang in a top-heavy