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PensBurgh Jun 11, 2019
Two years ago today: The Pens win their fifth Stanley Cup in Nashville

Two years ago today: The Pens win their fifth Stanley Cup in Nashville

Patric Hornqvist scores late, Matt Murray shuts out the Preds and the Pens were back-to-back champs! June 11, 2017 - the Pittsburgh Penguins win the franchise’s fifth Stanley Cup in Nashville. The Pens defeated the Predators 2-0 when Patric Hornqvist did the damn thing and scored this goal with just 1:35 left in the third period to break what was a scoreless game. 2 years ago today pic.twitter.com/rV4HNubNLe— Jed (@Jedidiah412) June 11, 2019 Does it feel like two years? In some ways it feels like yesterday, in some ways it already feels like a forever ago. Indeed, a scan of the...
PensBurgh Jun 11, 2019
2018-19 Penguins’ Season In Review: Patric Hornqvist

2018-19 Penguins’ Season In Review: Patric Hornqvist

Concussion history and lack of production on the scoresheet plagued our good Swedish boy this season, and those elements (plus his new contract) blur his future with the Penguins. Vitals Player: Patric Hornqvist Born: January 1, 1987 (32-years-old) Height: 5-foot-11 Weight: 189 pounds Birthplace: Sollentuna, Sweden Shoots: Right Draft: 2005 Nashville, 7th Round, 36th Pick, 230th Overall 2018-19 Statistics: 69 games played, 18 goals, 19 assists, 37 points Contract Status: Hornqvist signed a sizable five-year, $5.3 million annual contract extension at the end of February 2018 and will be...
Strong showings – but no gold – for Matt Murray, other Penguins at IIHF world championship

Strong showings – but no gold – for Matt Murray, other Penguins at IIHF world championship

Matt Murray, Dominik Simon and Patric Hornqvist played well at the IIHF world championship, but no Penguins will return home with gold.

Patric Hornqvist Photos

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