12:05 AM EDT, Mon April 27, 2015
Pittsburgh Penguins Rumors & News
New York Daily News 8 hours ago
Depth was one of the Rangers' biggest strengths this season, and it was on display during their first-round series victory vs. the Penguins.
Rangers Rants | Bergen Record 13 hours ago
The Rangers earned themselves an extended rest by eliminating the Penguins in five games. They’ll have to wait until Monday to find out who they’re playing in the second round. It’ll either be the Capitals or the Islanders but that first-round series is headed to Monday night’s Game 7 at Washington...
Lighthouse Hockey 5 hours ago
Magic, misery and everything in between. Monday night against the Capitals will be the eighth Game 7 in Islanders history and first since 2002. Some of the previous seven have gone straight into hockey lore and established the Islanders as a team that's sometimes capable of magic. Here's a quick rundown...
Blueshirt Banter 10 hours ago
Analyzing a short, but hard-fought series win by the Rangers. After the New York Rangers game two loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night, I wrote ten thoughts about the series so far. I was optimistic about the series going forward, but in no way could I have predicted that the Rangers would...
Beaver County Times 5 hours ago
In case there was a question, Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin aren’t going anywhere. At least according to the men in question during the Penguins’ final media availability on Sunday at Consol Energy
Beaver County Times 5 hours ago
All Penguins’ players and coaches were present and accounted for on Sunday during the team’s final media availability of the season and most took time to meet with the media. To a man, the focus was o
Beaver County Times Apr 25, 2015
After a sixth straight disappointing playoff run, the Penguins find themselves at a crossroads.
Empty Netters | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Apr 24, 2015
Playoff StuffPenguins - Rangers -“You can’t look at the whole thing. You just have to look at the first part of it. For us, it starts with a good first shift, leads into a good first period, a good second period, a good third period. And, hopefully, win a game. It’s all we’re trying to do is go on the road and try and win one game.” - Rob Scuderi on his team facing a 3-1 series deficit. -The Penguins assigned defenseman Scott Harrington (right) to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. -With Harrington demoted, is Derrick Pouliot on the verge of returning? -The NHL announced a potential Game 6...
Empty Netters | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Apr 23, 2015
Sen. Pat Toomey was one of ten Republicans who voted against Thursday's confirmation of Attorney General Loretta Lynch. While he praised her background and overall qualifications, the Republican said her defense of President Barack Obama's controversial executive order on immigration made her unacceptable choice. He maintained...Read more http://earlyreturns.post-gazette.com/home/early-returns-posts/6506-toomey-sestak-spolit-on-lynch
Three things to watch in Friday night's Game 5 as the Penguins face playoff elimination.
Though the Penguins' season is on the brink, defenseman Brian Dumoulin's future in Pittsburgh still bright.
In the series featuring the Penguins and Rangers last season, a team rallied from a 3-1 deficit. Of course the situation is different because the Rangers hold a 3-1 lead. Last year, the Penguins squan
Derick Brassard and Kevin Hayes scored in scrambles around the net, as the Rangers overcame an early Patric Hornqvist goal to beat the Penguins 2-1 in overtime.
The Penguins put together their best first period of the series, outshot the Rangers 8-2 and took a 1-0 lead, but that was the only goal they were able to generate.
If this was it for Pens' core four of Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang and Marc-Andre Fleury in Pittsburgh, it comes with an all-too-familiar ending in Game 4.
Kevin Hayes scored at 3:14 of overtime to give the New York Rangers a 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference first-round series.
Empty Netters | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Apr 22, 2015
Hillary's new arrow logo has prompted conversation and ridicule. Seems like everyone on social media has an opinion about it. One designer even created a new Hillary 2016 alphabet.
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 22, 2015
Rangers hold 2-games-to-1 lead heading into Game 4.