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Pittsburgh Penguins' repeat Conn Smythe Trophy winner has more than hockey on his athletic resume

Sidney Crosby threw a no-hitter on an 'unfairly' good baseball team as a kid

Pittsburgh Penguins' repeat Conn Smythe Trophy winner has more than hockey on his athletic resume
PensBurgh Jul 19, 2017
Pens Points: Matt Murray carrying on Pens goalie tradition of being a standup dude

Pens Points: Matt Murray carrying on Pens goalie tradition of being a standup dude

Matt Murray makes a kid’s day, and more in Penguins news today Matt Murray has some big shoes to fill for being a solid guy as Penguins starting goalie, but he’s off to a good start. [Bardown] "Best day ever!" for this young Matt Murray fan running a lemonade stand to raise money for the Humane Society when guess who showed up! pic.twitter.com/KsbrvhqSNu— PuckShots (@Puck_Shots) July 16, 2017 And here’s the GoFundMe for the lemonade stand if you’d like to help the cause from afar. [GoFundMe] Evgeni Malkin not only makes a list this time, he makes it as #1! For Top Russian...
The Hockey Writers Jul 4, 2017

Schultz Deal Worth Every Penny for Penguins

Justin Schultz signed on for three more years with the Pittsburgh Penguins this Saturday. His contract is no Carey Price-style bank-breaker, but it’s not chump change either. The deal’s $5.5 million average annual value makes Schultz the fifth-highest-paid player on the team, cheaper only than Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby, Phil Kessel and Kris Letang. That’s a $4 million […]
Beaver County Times Jul 3, 2017

Russia's Pavlychev taking the slow route to a Penguins spot

Nikita Pavlychev, a 20-year-old center from Yarolsavl, Russia, is taking a slow route in his development and that’s intentional. The 6-foot-7 forward was drafted in the seventh round of the 2015 NHL Draft and was seen as something of a…
PensBurgh Jul 1, 2017
Penguins Salary Cap: Outlook after July 1st

Penguins Salary Cap: Outlook after July 1st

After the dust settles on the biggest day of the year for signings, we take a look at what shape the Pittsburgh Penguins are in to round out their team for the 2017-18 season. After the dust has settled (we think), here's how the Pens are looking, courtesy of Cap Friendly: Cap hit: $63,945,000 Available space: $11,055,000 Notable RFAs still out there: Brian Dumoulin, Conor Sheary, Derrick Pouliot Current lineup: AAAA -  Sidney Crosby - Patric Hornqvist Jake Guentzel - Evgeni Malkin - Phil Kessel Carl Hagelin - DDDD - Bryan Rust Scott Wilson - CCCC - Ryan Reaves *Carter Rowney, Tom...
Detroit Sports Nation Jul 1, 2017

Sidney Crosby would “love” to play goal and face ex-Red Wing 1-on-1

Pittsburgh Penguins superstar forward Sidney Crosby isn’t very popular around the NHL fan bases outside of Pittsburgh. Needless to say, he still isn’t well liked around Detroit stemming from the 2008 and 2009 Stanley Cup Finals, the latter of which resulted in Crosby and the Penguins raising the Cup on Detroit’s home ice. He’s accomplished […]
Beaver County Times Jun 30, 2017

Penguins' prospect Connor Hall just wants to play to prove that he can

The physical defenseman was in Pittsburgh for development camp last summer, but his 2016-17 season ended before it really got started. He suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in December that required surgery and ended up playing just 17 games.
Beaver County Times Jun 24, 2017
Mark Madden: NHL is to blame for Penguins' acquisition of Ryan Reaves, not Jim Rutherford

Mark Madden: NHL is to blame for Penguins' acquisition of Ryan Reaves, not Jim Rutherford

If Ryan Reaves’ presence lessens the chance of injury to Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin by even 10 percent, his acquisition is well worth it.
Hockey Wilderness Jun 23, 2017
2017 NHL MOCK DRAFT: Penguins select Jake Oettinger to close out first round

2017 NHL MOCK DRAFT: Penguins select Jake Oettinger to close out first round

The Lakeville native could be the Penguins’ Goalie of the Future... or the Wild’s... The Pittsburgh Penguins have won the last two Stanley Cup Championships. They have Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin for the next 5 years, at least. Not only are they Top-5 in the game, but the extent to which they make their line mates better boosts their team to an amazing degree. Then add offensive dynamo Phillip J. Kessel, destroyer of hot dogs. Throw Kris Letang and Justin Schultz to the pile. And what about Matt Murray, the 23-year-old with two Stanley Cups to plug his ears? They’ll have about...

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