Pittsburgh Penguins forward Zach Sill joined 93.7 the Fan host Mike Kearney, Trib Sports Columnist Rob Rossi and Pens beat writer of the Trib Jason Mackey for another edition of “Backchecking with the Pens.”
Following the Alex Ovechkin slash on Penguins defenseman Kris Letang, one Penguin fan made sure the Washington Capitals star knew how he felt about how dirty play
Following the Penguins 3-1 loss to the Washington Capitals at Consol Energy Center on Tuesday, the story buzzing in Pittsburgh is Alexander Ovechkin’s hit to the back of Kris Letang’s leg.
Don’t blame Alex Ovechkin. Instead, look at the Penguins’ reaction to a missed call as the reason for last night’s 3-1 loss.
Alexander Ovechkin picked up his NHL-leading 37th goal and assisted on Joel Ward’s winner with just over four minutes remaining to lift the Washington Capitals to a testy 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.
Alex Ovechkin scored twice to take the NHL lead in goals, Braden Holtby recovered from a mini-slump to get his fifth shutout of the season, and Sidney Crosby had one of his worst faceoff nights as the Washington Capitals broke a four-game losing streak with a 4-0 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday.
NBC hockey analyst, former Penguins player & head coach, and 1984 US Olympian Eddie Olczyk joined The Fan Morning Show live from Sochi on Thursday to give his thoughts on this year’s Olympics.
Sidney Crosby delivered a goal and an assist to get the better of a quiet Alex Ovechkin in the past league MVPs’ first matchup as division rivals, and the Pittsburgh Penguins ended a three-game road losing streak by beating the Washington Capitals 4-0 on Wednesday night.
Evgeni Malkin needs to start showing up bigger. Think Wednesday night might provide some incentive? Let’s hope so.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will be looking to continue their winning ways when they go on the road to take on the Washington Capitals tonight.
The Olympic Winter Games in Sochi are just around the corner.
The Ted Lindsay Award is handed out after every NHL season to the player who is deemed to be most outstanding as voted on by the members of the NHL Players’ Association.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby is up for another top award.
What would playoff hockey be without the Rangers playing the Capitals?
Despite what Capitals Head Coach Adam Oates thinks, USA Today Hockey Writer Kevin Allen sees Sidney Crosby as the front-runner for MVP.