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PensBurgh May 25, 2018
Up against comparable players, Patric Hornqvist’s contract could be a real bargain

Up against comparable players, Patric Hornqvist’s contract could be a real bargain

When Hornqvist extended his contract in February, many were wary given his age, injuries, and underlying stats. Now, looking at what comparable players may sign for this offseason, that new deal seems like an absolute steal for the Penguins. Entering the 2018 offseason, the Penguins are facing very little in the way of unrestricted free agents. There are a handful of players heading to restricted free agency, but the Penguins have a bit more say when it comes to whether those guys stay or leave. The team’s only unrestricted free agent at the moment is Carter Rowney, and he’s not...

Analysis: Penguins forwards — looking back and looking ahead

The Penguins got 42 goals and 98 points from Evgeni Malkin, his best offensive output since 2011-12. Phil Kessel finished the regular season with a career-high 92 points. Patric Hornqvist scored 29 goals, the second-most of his career, while the Penguins were one of just eight teams with five or more 20-goal scorers.
PensBurgh May 13, 2018
Patric Hornqvist scored a very Patric Hornqvist-like goal in his 2018 World Championships debut

Patric Hornqvist scored a very Patric Hornqvist-like goal in his 2018 World Championships debut

In his 2018 IIHF Worlds debut, Patric Hornqvist put the Swedes up 2-0 over Switzerland with a very typical, Hornqvist-like goal. Patric Hornqvist, the Penguins’ league-wide known agitator, made his IIHF World Championship debut today in a matchup with Switzerland. His was slotted for the powerful Sweden team on a line with Mikael Backlund and Elias Pettersson, which naturally opens up a ton of opportunity for scoring. With that firepower, it took the Swede no time at all to net a power play goal in the first period to give Sweden a 2-0 lead over the Swiss. 2-0. Patrick Hornqvist gets...
PensBurgh May 8, 2018
Post-mortem: What went wrong for the Penguins in their series against the Caps

Post-mortem: What went wrong for the Penguins in their series against the Caps

The king is dead, long live the king. We dig into how and why the Pittsburgh Penguins lost a series to the Washington Capitals in 2018 The wound is fresh but the fact remains the same, the Pittsburgh Penguins 2017-18 season is over. At the hands of the Washington Capitals, no less. Quite a surprising turn of events have led us to this point, so how did we get here? Game 1: In a sign of things to come, the Pens fell behind 2-0 early in the 2nd period. In this game, they found a way to rally, courtesy of their top line, with all of Patric Hornqvist, Sidney Crosby and Jake Guentzel scoring...
PensBurgh May 3, 2018
Game 4 Recap: Jake the Snake puts sleeper hold on the Capitals in Penguins win

Game 4 Recap: Jake the Snake puts sleeper hold on the Capitals in Penguins win

Jake Guentzel scores 2 goals, Sid Crosby with 2 assists and Evgeni Malkin with a PPG GWG. Yes, please! Lineups Hey Carl..Good to see you! Carl Hagelin is back in the lineup for the Penguins. Welcome back to the lineup, @CarlHagelin! pic.twitter.com/9wpTIiuwwY— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) May 3, 2018 1st period Coach Mike Sullivan gets wily, the starting line is Hagelin - Evgeni Malkin - Patric Hornqvist. They didn’t even warm up together! Jamie Oleksiak and Justin Schultz are the d-pair which is also new. Jake Guentzel and Sidney Crosby get Dominik Simon as a winger. And...
Sportsnet.ca Apr 29, 2018
Hornqvist, Penguins stunned by no goal call

Hornqvist, Penguins stunned by no goal call

Patric Hornqvist seemingly cuts the Capitals lead in half after potting in what he thinks is a good goal. However, after review the goal would not stand, leaving the Penguins stunned. The post Hornqvist, Penguins stunned by no goal call appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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