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The 2015 NHL Draft Prospects Most Likely to Slide on Draft Day

It seems every NHL draft has at least one notable faller. Last year, NHL Central Scouting's top-ranked European skater, Kasperi Kapanen, wasn’t chosen until the Pittsburgh Penguins took him off the board with the 22nd selection. Anaheim...Show More Summary

Sidney Crosby...... Over and Out?

NHL training camps are in full swing, and Pittsburgh Penguins superstar, Sidney Crosby is not among the participants. He has yet to fully recover from the concussion suffered at last year's Winter Classic. We have seen what concussions have done to athletes in various sports, and it is possible that Crosby will never be the same again. Show More Summary

Trolling Pittsburgh Penguins Get Owned By Discovery Channel

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The Pittsburgh Penguins are reminded by the Discovery Channel that there are no Penguins on ice in Pittsburgh.

Discovery Channel Burns Pittsburgh Penguins on Twitter

It’s bad enough that the Pittsburgh Penguins only lasted five games before being eliminated by the New York Rangers during the opening round of the 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs. Now they’re being burned for their early exit by none other than The Discovery Channel… That’s right. The Discover Channel. Or, more specifically, the Discovery Channel’s […]

Pittsburgh Penguins learned why you don't mess with The Discovery Channel

The Discovery Channel just issued a massive burn to an arctic creature The person in charge of the Pittsburgh Penguins' Twitter account tried to be cheeky with the cable network on Wednesday — but it kind of backfired. See also: The best sports fail GIFs of 2014 @penguins Strange. Show More Summary

Discovery Channel lays down the boom on Pittsburgh Penguins

The 2014-15 Pittsburgh Penguins season ended with disappointment once again, and the fine people at the Discovery Channel are on it. Check out Discovery’s response to a light-hearted quip by the Penguins about emperor penguin height....Show More Summary

The Discovery Channel Just Killed the Poor Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins were bounced handily from the Stanley Cup playoffs in April, suffering an ugly 4-1 series thrashing by the New York Rangers. It was a disappointing exit, to be sure, but the team entered the offseason in hopes...Show More Summary

Discovery has sick burn of Penguins, who aren’t in Stanley Cup playoffs

Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins are long-gone from the Stanley Cup playoffs, eliminated in the first round by the New York Rangers. But that didn’t stop the Dicovery Channel, based in Silver Spring, Md., from posting a sizzling Twitter burn about the team, which just happens to be the archrival of the Washington Capitals. […]

The Discovery Channel had the ultimate Twitter burn for the Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins’ NHL season has been over since their first round playoff loss to the New York Rangers, but that (...)

Blue Jackets will battle the Penguins over TV territory rights

Ed Note: The following appears courtesy our friends at Puck Drunk Love. The Columbus Blue Jackets and Pittsburgh Penguins won’t compete on the ice again until the Fall, but the two teams will square off away from the rink in a battle over television territory rights. Show More Summary

Mats Zuccarello Struck In Face By Puck, Out Indefinitely, Could Miss Stanley Cup

Mats Zuccarello is out indefinitely after he was smacked in the face by a puck during the New York Rangers’ contest with the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Rangers won the first-round series 4-1, the fifth game of which was played on Friday night at Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the Pittsburgh Penguins' 2015 Offseason

It's a dark time for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The 2014-15 season started with hope. A new general manager and head coach were installed. Trades and free-agent signings were made. Change was the order of the day, all of it aimed at improving the team around superstar centres Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. It didn't work. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Hockey 2015: Best NHL DFS DraftKings Lineup for April 26

When Carl Hagelin wheeled and fired a shot past Marc-Andre Fleury in overtime Friday night, that goal allowed the New York Rangers to advance to the conference semifinals, and it ended the Pittsburgh Penguins' season. That means there are only two games on Sunday's schedule, and both are potential elimination games. Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Penguins top local NHL ratings once again

The Pittsburgh Penguins may have had a double digit ratings drop in the 2014-15 season, but it didn’t stop the team’s five year streak as the country’s top local market for NHL ratings. Root Sports Pittsburgh averaged a 6.55 rating for the Penguins for the ’14-’15 regular season. Show More Summary

Penguins vs. Rangers: Game 5 Live Score, Highlights for 2015 NHL Playoffs

The New York Rangers are the second team to advance to the second round of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. For the second straight game, the Rangers defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 in overtime. The win gave New York a 4-1 seriesShow More Summary

NHL Playoff Schedule 2015: TV, Live Stream Coverage Guide for Saturday's Matchup

By the time Saturday's first-round action wraps up in the 2015 NHL playoffs, three more teams may join the Pittsburgh Penguins and Winnipeg Jets on the list of those eliminated from the postseason. The Anaheim Ducks swept aside the Jets in four games, while the New York Rangers knocked the Penguins out in five. Show More Summary

The Pittsburgh Penguins Have A lot Decisions To Make After Disappointing Season Ends After Just Five Playoff Games

The Pittsburgh Penguins saw their 2014-15 season come to a disappointing conclusion with a 2-1 overtime loss in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference first-round series with the New York Rangers on Friday night. The five games are the Penguins’ shortest playoff stint since 2007, according to Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Show More Summary

Who's to Blame for the Pittsburgh Penguins Underachieving in 2014-15?

The Pittsburgh Penguins are done for 2014-15. They were eliminated from the first round of the playoffs by the New York Rangers, who won 2-1 in overtime Friday night to finish off the series 4-1. No question about it, Pittsburgh underachieved this season. Show More Summary

Penguins vs. Rangers: Game 5 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2015 NHL Playoffs

Of course Friday's Game 5 between the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins ended with a 2-1 score. New York ended the Penguins' season Friday with yet another 2-1 victory in their Stanley Cup playoffs series. The Rangers won by the...Show More Summary

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