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Broad Street Hockey 19 hours ago
Two o’clock number: The Penguins, Sidney Crosby, and the number zero

Two o’clock number: The Penguins, Sidney Crosby, and the number zero

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via It doesn’t happen often, so let’s enjoy it. In a big game before the All-Star break, the Philadelphia Flyers came out and gave the Pittsburgh Penguins literally nothing in a 3-0 win. Considering the opponent and how important points in the standings are to the Flyers at the moment, there’s an argument to be made that this was Philly’s biggest win over the other Pennsylvania squad since they clinched a playoff spot for Ed Snider in the second-to-last game of the 2015-16 season. Thanks to the Pens and one of the best players in their franchise...
PensBurgh 20 hours ago
Looking at the Teddy Blueger impact

Looking at the Teddy Blueger impact

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via He should be starting to get some Selke Trophy consideration. It took Teddy Blueger a few years to become a regular NHL forward, and now that he has arrived he has quickly become the ideal depth forward for the Pittsburgh Penguins. He scored a huge goal on Sunday afternoon as part of that big come-from-behind win against the Boston Bruins, taking an incredible pass from Sidney Crosby and beating Jaroslav Halak just after he came out of the penalty box. It is his seventh goal of the season and puts him on a pace for a very respectable 10-goal, 30-point...
PensBurgh Jan 21, 2020
Gamethread: Pittsburgh Penguins @ Philadelphia Flyers

Gamethread: Pittsburgh Penguins @ Philadelphia Flyers

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports One more game this week, and the Penguins are looking to end it with a bang
Broad Street Hockey Jan 21, 2020
Flyers look to take down rival Penguins, head into All-Star break with momentum

Flyers look to take down rival Penguins, head into All-Star break with momentum

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports Avenging that embarrassing 7-1 loss in Pittsburgh at the start of the year wouldn’t be bad, either. A familiar —and hated— foe is all that stands in the way between the Flyers and some badly needed time off. Pittsburgh is headed to town and are the Flyers’ last game until Jan. 31, when they travel to face these same Penguins to cap a home-and-home spread out over ten days and the NHL All-Star break. Not that they needed any help, as they were already cruising, but the Penguins welcomed back Sidney Crosby four games ago and have rolled to a...
Last Word on Hockey Jan 21, 2020
NHL Predictions: January 21st – Including Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers

NHL Predictions: January 21st – Including Pittsburgh Penguins vs Philadelphia Flyers

Welcome back to Last Word on Hockey's NHL Predictions series. Every day, our team publishes an article (or two!) breaking down every game on that night's schedule, offering our analysis and prediction for each matchup. As the All-Star break looms and teams begin to take their bye weeks, there are only five games on a normally busy Tuesday slate. All of them will be covered here, including our featured game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers. NHL Predictions Vegas Golden Knights vs. Boston Bruins Head-to-Head: Golden Knights 0-1 Bruins The Vegas Golden Knights are...
PensBurgh Jan 21, 2020
Game 50 Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins @ Philadelphia Flyers 1/21/2020: lines, how to watch

Game 50 Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins @ Philadelphia Flyers 1/21/2020: lines, how to watch

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports These guys again Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (31-13-5, 67 points, 2nd place in the Metropolitan Division) @ Philadelphia Flyers (26-17-6, 58 points, 6th place Metropolitan Division) When: 7:30 p.m. eastern How to Watch: AT&T Sportsnet in Pittsburgh viewing area, NBC Sportsnet everywhere else Opponent Track: Today concludes a hectic stretch of eight games in 15 days for the Flyers, who like the Pens go on their bye week/all star break until next Friday for the next PIT/PHI game. Philly is 4-2-1 in this stretch after a 3-1-0 week last week. The Flyers defeated...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 20, 2020
What makes Sidney Crosby a special type of champion

What makes Sidney Crosby a special type of champion

Hockey Central discussion on Sidney Crosby being such a special type of champion, who can return from a long injury rehab and pick up right where he left off, and works so hard in the offseason. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Jan 19, 2020
Crosby goes between the legs on no-look pass to feed Blueger

Crosby goes between the legs on no-look pass to feed Blueger

Watch as Sidney Crosby goes between his legs to set up Teddy Blueger for a goal. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
PensBurgh Jan 19, 2020
Keeping up with the Metropolitans: Week 15

Keeping up with the Metropolitans: Week 15

Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via The Penguins finally get Crosby back. Alex Ovechkin is passing legends. The Blue Jackets are rolling and the rest of the Metro is slacking at the moment, but still the best in the NHL. Recap what happened last week here! Photo by Gregory Shamus/ The Penguins got some great news last week with the return of Sidney Crosby after two months for core muscle surgery. Crosby was rumored to be ready to play against the Coyotes last Sunday, but decided against it as the Penguins got to check out Phil Kessel’s new...
Last Word on Hockey Jan 19, 2020
NHL Predictions: January 19th – Including Pittsburgh Penguins vs Boston Bruins

NHL Predictions: January 19th – Including Pittsburgh Penguins vs Boston Bruins

Welcome to NHL Predictions! Each day, Last Word On Hockey will break down every game and give our NHL predictions for each game. In today’s NHL predictions, we’ll cover the four games happening on January 19th. Each piece will include a featured game that should be must-watch hockey. The featured game for this article is the matchup between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins. NHL Predictions New York Islanders vs Carolina Hurricanes Head-to-Head: Islanders 0 - 1 Hurricanes Two of the greatest defensive teams this year will butt heads to start Sunday's meetings. The New York...
The Hockey Writers Jan 17, 2020

Crosby Scores in OT, Penguins Beat Red Wings 2-1

DETROIT — Sidney Crosby scored a power-play goal 1:33 into overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 Friday night. It was Crosby’s third goal in three games since returning from a 28-game absence because of a core muscle injury. Bryan Rust also scored for the Penguins in the third period […] The post Crosby Scores in OT, Penguins Beat Red Wings 2-1 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Sportsnet.ca Jan 17, 2020
Crosby scores in overtime as Penguins beat Red Wings

Crosby scores in overtime as Penguins beat Red Wings

Sidney Crosby scored a power-play goal 1:33 into overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 Friday night. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
PensBurgh Jan 17, 2020
Penguins/Red Wings Recap: It was real. It was fun. It wasn’t real fun. Pens still win 2-1 in OT

Penguins/Red Wings Recap: It was real. It was fun. It wasn’t real fun. Pens still win 2-1 in OT

Photo by Gregory Shamus/ The Penguins don’t bring their A-game but thanks to a Sidney Crosby OT goal, they still get by the last place Detroit Red Wings 2-1 Lineups The Penguins roll with what’s come to be a familiar looking lineup and group of lines in the past week or so, with a goalie switch on the latter half of a back-to-back so Matt Murray gets back in the crease for some game action. Ready for battle. pic.twitter.com/LNXDfKj2Ep— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) January 18, 2020 First period Pittsburgh gets the first power play but then Sidney Crosby gives it right back...
Sidney Crosby scores game-winning goal to beat Red Wings in overtime

Sidney Crosby scores game-winning goal to beat Red Wings in overtime

A night after losing to one of the NHL’s best teams, they barely beat the league’s worst team.
Sportsnet.ca Jan 17, 2020
Welcome to the NHL: Crosby remembers getting stonewalled by Brodeur

Welcome to the NHL: Crosby remembers getting stonewalled by Brodeur

Sidney Crosby recalls his “welcome to the NHL” moment, getting stopped by Martin Brodeur but still having a smile on his face. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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