Bob Pompeani wrapped up the Pens elimination from the playoffs with the Tribune-Review’s Josh Yohe.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ path to the Stanley Cup Finals just got much more difficult after a 6-1 loss in Game 2 Monday night.
With the Penguins losing Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 3-0, to the Boston Bruins on Saturday night, this would appear to be the precise opening the most loyal Marc-Andre Fleury backers needed to shout from the mountaintops that he should play in Game 2.
Penguins GM Ray Shero joined Bob Pompeani before Game 1 of the series with the Boston Bruins.
Many Pens fans are preparing for Game 5 tonight, which for many can mean following carefully thought out superstitious practices.
Current St. Louis Blues and TSN Analyst Darren Pang both played goalie in the league and still follows the action of those playing it today and gave some insight as to why Marc-Andre Fleury might be struggling so much this year in the playoffs.
Penguins defenseman Paul Martin joined Starkey, Miller, and Mueller on Monday to look back at the first round and forward to the team’s second-round matchup against the Senators.
Ottawa Senators radio color analyst Gord Wilson joined Paul Zeise on Sunday evening to offer a Senators’ perspective on the upcoming Penguins vs. Senators Eastern Conference Semifinal series.
Ottawa Sun sports columnist Tim Baines joined Tab Douglas on Sunday to talk about the latest buzz in Ottawa as the Senators prepare to face the Penguins in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Tomas Vokoun stopped 31 shots in his first playoff start in six years and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the New York Islanders 4-0 on Thursday night in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series.
Hockey fans aren’t short on opinions and certainly not during the playoffs. When the top seed is tied with the eighth seed after four games, the fans have lots to talk about.
Colin Dunlap previews Game 5 of Pens-Isles with Jesse Marshall of Faceoff-Factor.com.
After Marc-Andre Fleury allowed six goals in Game 4, head coach Dan Bylsma has decided to make a change in goal.
So apparently the wake up calls given in Games 2 and 3 weren’t enough for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The story in Game 4? More of the same.
Colin reacts to the Pens Game Four loss to the Islanders in New York.