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I hear too many people say that they don’t think the Penguins could win another round in the playoffs so the outcome of Game 7 doesn’t matter to them. Cup or bust! Nonsense.
Former Calgary Flames general manager and current NHL Network analyst, Craig Button, joined The FAN Morning Show Wednesday to preview Game 7 between the Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning.
I suppose it’s only fitting that thunderstorms will be moving through the area today as we prepare for Game 7.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ season will be on the line tonight when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning for Game 7.
For the Pittsburgh Penguins, losses to Tampa Bay in Games 5 and 6 means it is do-or-die time in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series.
Let’s look at the Penguins’ tortuous history in Game 7’s played on home ice. This might seem terribly cruel, but stay with me here. Putting this stuff out in the open — facing it — could actually help exorcise the demons.
Hockey Expert Darren Dregger joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to breakdown the Penguins Game 6 matchup with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
After an 8-2 loss in Game 5, the Penguins will look to bounce back with a win to close out their series with the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday night.
Well, the Penguins had a chance to end this series on home ice Saturday afternoon. However, any hope of that happening went out the window after the first period.
Lightning didn’t strike just twice in the same place Saturday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center as Tampa Bay routed the Penguins 8-2.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to close out their first-round series against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 this afternoon.
I apologize for not having something posted sooner about Wednesday’s double-overtime thriller. I used Thursday as a mental health day to recover from the stress and emotional roller coaster that was Game 4.
ROOT Sports Color Analyst for Penguins game Bob Errey joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about the goal he called from James Neal to win Game 4 in double OT.
A hard-fought, double overtime win has given the Penguins a commanding 3-1 game lead over Tampa Bay in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
ROOT Sports hockey analyst Jay Caufield joined the The FAN Thursday morning to discuss Wednesday night’s thrilling Penguins overtime victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning.