Posts Tagged ‘Penguins’

Sharks, Penguins pay tribute to Orlando shooting with a moment of silence

Sharks, Penguins pay tribute to Orlando shooting with a moment of silence

The NHL showed their support for Orlando with a heartfelt tribute. Before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, a moment of silence was held for the victims of the Orlando shooting that happened early this morning. In a wonderful gesture from the NHL, the Sharks and the Penguins, the silent reflection was held just...

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Stanley Cup Final: Penguins try to finish off Sharks on the road in Game 6

Stanley Cup Final: Penguins try to finish off Sharks on the road in Game 6

San Jose is desperate to force a deciding Game 7. Cuba Gooding Jr. and television hockey coverage go together like peanut butter and jelly. With bread, of course. What a flawed saying. Anyway, the noted Jerry Maguire and Daddy Day Camp actor appeared on NBCSN’s pregame coverage for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup...

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Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik injures Penguins player with high hit

Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik injures Penguins player with high hit

Will Orpik hear from the NHL about this hit? The Pittsburgh Penguins lost one of their better defenders early in Game 2 after a high hit from Washington Capitals defenseman Brooks Orpik. Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta was skating through the offensive zone when he saw Orpik approaching him. A split-second after he dished to...

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Rangers vs. Penguins, 2016 NHL playoffs: Time, TV schedule and live stream

Rangers vs. Penguins, 2016 NHL playoffs: Time, TV schedule and live stream

One team is getting healthier. The other isn’t. An injury-plagued New York Rangers team will try to avoid a 2-0 first round series deficit against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 2 on Saturday. Puck drop is at 3 p.m. ET across the national networks. Scouting the Rangers New York got excellent news on Friday,...

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Penguins fans give recently-retired Pascal Dupuis a standing ovation

Penguins fans give recently-retired Pascal Dupuis a standing ovation

A great moment for the whole organization. Pascal Dupuis spent most of the last decade in Pittsburgh, and Penguins fans let him know they appreciated every second of it on Monday. Dupuis was forced to announced his retirement last week due to lingering issues with blood clots. He announced it while the Penguins were...

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Discovery Channel burns Pittsburgh Penguins

Discovery Channel burns Pittsburgh Penguins

Alex ButlerPITTSBURGH, May 14 (UPI) — There is nothing controversial about a photo of penguins frolicking around a giant mound of ice, but leave it to an NHL hockey team to escalate the situation. Latest News – UPI.com

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Penguins vs. Rangers Game 5, 2015 NHL playoffs: Start time, TV schedule and live stream

Penguins vs. Rangers Game 5, 2015 NHL playoffs: Start time, TV schedule and live stream

The New York Rangers return home to Madison Square Garden for Game 5 of their Stanley Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference quarterfinals series on Friday night in New York. The Rangers are hoping they can eliminate the Pittsburgh Penguins for a second straight season. New York leads the best-of-seven series, 3-1, thanks to pair of 2-1...

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New England Aquarium offering penguins ‘honeymoon suites’

New England Aquarium offering penguins ‘honeymoon suites’

NationNews April 18, 2015 1:47 PMBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS advertisement | advertise on newsday BOSTON – The New England Aquarium wants its endangered African penguins to get a little steamy. Aquarium experts are playing matchmaker behind the scenes to encourage eight pairs of African penguins to breed more chicks. Biologists say that will help...

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Pittsburgh Penguins beat Buffalo Sabres, finally lock up playoff berth

Pittsburgh Penguins beat Buffalo Sabres, finally lock up playoff berth

Brandon Sutter recorded the only goals of the contest and the Pittsburgh Penguins reached the postseason with a 2-0 decision over Buffalo at HSBC Arena. Latest News – UPI.com

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NHL standings 2015: Kings, Bruins out; Penguins, Senators in

NHL standings 2015: Kings, Bruins out; Penguins, Senators in

A wild regular season concludes with some unlikely conclusions. The 2014-15 NHL regular season is over, and the results are far from what anyone could have reasonably expected. Eliminated are the Los Angeles Kings and Boston Bruins: two powerhouses who’ve combined for three Stanley Cup championships since 2011. Meanwhile, the Ottawa Senators and Calgary...

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