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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
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2015 NHL Free Agency : Mike Green Worth A Gamble As He Strives To Regain Past Form

Mike Green is no longer the offensive threat he once was, but the Washington Capitals defenseman is still looking to get paid this off-season. Green is an unrestricted free agent, and is arguably one of the top players available this off-season. He has been one of the most recognizable names of the Capitals for the last seven years, even earning the nickname "Game Over Green" when he would routinely score
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2013 NHL Awards : Ekiert and Machurek Drop the Gloves in Mini-Round Table

The National Hockey League has yet to give out this season's awards and achievements, but here at the Inscriber we thought- "why wait until the end of the playoffs?" This shortened season has given fans a lot since January and the best is yet to come in the quest for the Stanley Cup. Below are the predictions of this year's winners for the Calder, Selke, Jack Adams, Norris, Vezina, and Hart
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2013 NHL Playoffs : First Round Analysis and Predictions

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he time has finally come. The National Hockey League is set to start the 2013 NHL Playoffs after a shortened season that consisted of 48 games for each team. The one twist coming out of the lockout aside from the bunched-up schedule will play a huge roll down the stretch. None of the 30 teams played a single non-conference game in 2013 which could make for an interesting Stanley Cup
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Pittsburgh Penguins : Pens Sweep Capitals, Extend Streak To 10

The Pittsburgh Penguins have been finding many ways to win games during their winning streak, one of those being secondary scoring. They continued to get just that Tuesday night in their 2-1 victory over the Washington Capitals as they extended their streak to 10 games. The defensemen stepped forward for Pittsburgh in a big way Tuesday night as they got goals from Paul Martin and Matt Niskanen. With the game