New Jersey Devils
The Stanley Cup Finals are supposed to be a time to revel in the game’s biggest stage. It’s where history is written and superstars are made. So, why is it that I’m feeling a little down about this year’s match up?
Former New Jersey Devil, and current NHL Analyst, Bobby Holik joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday to talk about the NHL Playoffs.
The Penguins returned to the friendly confines of CONSOL Energy Center Sunday looking to get back on track following a blowout loss in Ottawa Saturday.
After an embarrassing loss last night at the hands of the Ottawa Senators, the Pittsburgh Penguins will be looking to get back on track when they host the New Jersey Devils tonight.
The Pittsburgh Penguins sent another statement to the rest of the NHL Saturday afternoon. Matt Cooke scored two goals, Sidney Crosby added three assists and Marc-Andre Fleury made 12 saves as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the New Jersey Devils 5-2.
NHL on NBC announcer Mike “Doc” Emrick chats with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have released an update on the status of injured winger Tyler Kennedy.
The Penguins were looking to win their second game in as many days, but the New Jersey Devils had other ideas Sunday afternoon.
After a hard-fought win in Boston on Saturday, the Pittsburgh Penguins will be right back on the ice today against division rival New Jersey.
The injury situation continues to handicap the Pittsburgh Penguins. In addition to missing both Sidney Crosby and Kris Letang, the team also had to play Saturday night without Jordan Staal and their goal drought continued against the New Jersey Devils.
Jordan Staal will be out of the Penguins’ lineup tonight when the New Jersey Devils skate into CONSOL Energy Center.
The Pittsburgh Penguins were looking to close out 2011 with a win, but early penalty trouble proved to be the difference as they fell 3-1 to the New Jersey Devils.
Jordan Staal scored twice to give him 100 career goals, James Neal added his NHL-leading eighth goal and the Pittsburgh Penguins won their third consecutive game, 4-1 over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.
The Penguins will face their first Atlantic Division foe tonight when they host the New Jersey Devils at CONSOL Energy Center.
The Pittsburgh Penguins can move one step closer to securing home-ice advantage in at least the first round of the playoffs with a win over the New Jersey Devils Tuesday night.