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Penguins beat Maple Leafs

Pittsburgh Penguins – Sidney Crosby Can Make it Seem Too Easy

Posted on 12 Oct, 2014, by in Other Sport

The Toronto Maple Leafs simply don’t look like a very good team this early in the season, which posed no problem for the Pittsburgh Penguins, led by Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, to make an easy road game out of their visit to Canada, beating the most underachieving team in the NHL 5-2. More

Penguins beat Ducks

Pittsburgh Penguins – Sindey Crosby & Pascal Dupuis Make Sure it’s a Happy Season Opener

Posted on 10 Oct, 2014, by in Other Sport

The visiting Anaheim Ducks sure didn’t make it easy for the Pittsburgh Penguins in the season opener for both teams, but a great game from Sidney Crosby and Pascal Dupuis made sure that after a turbulent summer with plenty of changes, their 2014-2015 NHL season started out rather smoothly, if you can call a 6-4 come from behind victory smooth. More

Sidney Crosby Trying to Spark Life Into Penguins

Posted on 18 Apr, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Sidney Crosby doesn’t like the Philadelphia Flyers. Not their fans, not their players. Especially their fans. After the Philadelphia Daily News put Crosby on its cover with the title – ‘The Cowardly Penguin’ playing on the Wizard of Oz, it’ll be interesting to see how fired up or out of focus Crosby will be in game 4 of their NHL playoff series. More

Nothing Better Than a Penguins – Flyers Brawl

Posted on 2 Apr, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

The Pittsburgh Penguins were tired of constantly getting beaten by the Philadelphia Flyers, tired of getting pushed around on their home ice. The Flyers were about to move up to a 5-0 record at Consol Energy Center, leading 6-3 with a minute left in the game. Then Dan Bylsma threw in his checking line, and mayhem broke loose on the ice. More

Sidney Crosby Adds Puck to the Face to His Injury List

Posted on 30 Mar, 2012, by in Miscellaneous

Sidney Crosby may be the most talented Hockey player on the planet, but he also has his share of fragility mixed up with bad luck. He’s missed quite a few NHL games for the Pittsburgh Penguins in the last two seasons, and fortunaley, getting a puck hit him in the face won’t be cause for more time away from the ice. More