That's the Griswold spirit.
After a disappointing second-round playoff collapse against the New York Rangers last spring, the Pittsburgh Penguins fired general manager Ray Shero and prepared to make big changes. New GM Jim Rutherford has been true to his task, making a couple of savvy trades and some budget-conscious free-agent acquisitions. Show More Summary
Earlier Friday, over on the Bog, I was basically like “Yo, everybody, watch this Caps-Wizards holiday video on loop forever!” Because it was super charming. Remember that? Sure you do. It was literally a few hours ago. Well. Uh. Maybe forget I said that. Sorry, Ovi, but I think everyone needs to clear their schedule […]
St. Louis will try to take advantage of an underperforming Kings team on Thursday. Elsewhere, the sickly Penguins try to rebound against the Avalanche. The Pittsburgh Penguins are battered, bruised and ultimately just really exhausted,...Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby will return to the team's lineup on Thursday night against the Colorado Avalanche after overcoming a case of the mumps. Veteran Penguins beat writer Shelly Anderson had the report: Crosby is one of a growing number of players around the NHL who've been diagnosed with the contagious disease. Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby looks likely to make his return on Thursday against the Colorado Avalanche after missing three games because of the mumps, according to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Dave Molinari. Crosby is the first player on the ice for the game-day skate. — Dave Molinari (@MolinariPG) December 18, 2014 Crosby is NEVER (aside […]
Could Sidney Crosby return after a mumps-induced absence? The Pittsburgh Penguins are battered, bruised and ultimately just really exhausted, but they could return their captain on Thursday. Sidney Crosby, who has missed the last three games due to the mumps spreading through the NHL like wildfire, is reportedly close to returning to action. Show More Summary
The NHL’s mumps outbreak continued to spread on Wednesday, as the Pittsburgh Penguins announced three more players were going to get tested for the viral illness after reporting they didn’t feel good. The players include goalie Marc-Andre Fleury and defensemen Robert Bortuzzo and Olli Maatta. Wednesday’s tests follow confirmed mumps diagnoses on center Sidney Crosby, […]
Wednesday, December 17 Boston Bruins at Minnesota Wild (NBCSN 8 pm) Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire Thursday, December 18 Colorado Avalanche at Pittsburgh Penguins (NFLN 7 pm) Local Broadcast Saturday, December 21 Ottawa Senators...Show More Summary
At any given time, a National Hockey League team will typically carry 13 forwards in its lineup. That's enough to build four lines and keep one spare in the press box in case of emergencies. In 30 games so far this season, the Pittsburgh Penguins have already deployed 19 different forwards. Show More Summary
The NHL's baffling mumps outbreak added a high-profile patient over the weekend in Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, who practiced and spoke to the media Friday before tests confirmed the diagnosis.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are down a goaltender. According to Erik Erlendsson of The Tampa Tribune, Ben Bishop suffered a lower-body injury on Monday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins: Joe Smith of The Tampa Bay Times added: Bishop...Show More Summary
A children's hospital in Pittsburgh is dealing with a possible outbreak of the mumps... which might have been caused by an NHL player who paid a visit recently to cheer up some sick kids. The Pittsburgh Penguins are dealing with bit of the…
Doctors diagnosed Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby with the mumps, which is currently making the rounds in the NHL. The team, though, is under fire because coaches and physicians allowed him to practice with the team on Friday. Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Beau Bennett has been quarantined after it was revealed he is showing symptoms of mumps. Wes Crosby of NHL.com initially reported the news, citing Pens general manager Jim Rutherford: Rutherford commented...Show More Summary
The “I Can’t Breathe” t-shirts that are sweeping the nation and the world of professional sports are sending an important message of support for the family of Eric Garner. Many athletes on different levels have been wearing the shirts in warm-ups as a show of solidarity, but sometimes things get taken too far. Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins captain and star center Sidney Crosby has been diagnosed with the mumps. TSN's Bob McKenzie first reported the news Sunday morning, and the team confirmed Crosby's status a short time later on its official website. Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is the latest NHL player to be diagnosed with the mumps, and he will not play Monday against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The mumps outbreak that has puzzled the NHL has stricken one of the league’s biggest stars. Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins has officially been diagnosed with the illness, two days after photos showed that the right side of his face was extremely swollen. Crosby will miss Monday’s home game against Tampa Bay and will […]
It's okay, little guy! It's just a game! Columbus Blue Jackets completed a comeback against the Pittsburgh Penguins with a late goal in the third period. The goal scorer was Jack Johnson, who put Columbus up 3-2 with just two minutes...Show More Summary