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Postcap: Penguins down Kings 3-1 – PensBurgh

A little late on the recapping game, those late night games are brutal. As you’ve seen, the Pittsburgh Penguins downed the Los Angeles Kings 3-1 last night to get back on their winning ways after losing the night before in Anaheim. LA Kings ✔@LAKings Adrian Kempe with the Swede breakaway goal to tie the game 1-1.#GoKingsGo 11:42 PM – Jan 18, 2018  88 Replies  9999 Retweets  311311 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy Tied 1-1 after 40, the Pens could have be Source: Postcap: Penguins down Kings 3-1 – PensBurgh

Sidney Crosby and Kris Letang make 2018 NHL All-Star Game « CBS Pittsburgh

The All Star game will be a 3 on 3 tournament played on Sunday at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, January 28th. It will be the 63rd NHL All Star game. Source: Two Penguins make 2018 NHL All-Star Game « CBS Pittsburgh

Pens Points: Battle With the B’s Before the Bye – PensBurgh

                Last night, the Penguins returned home to face the Bruins. Riding some momentum from their shutout win against the Islanders on Friday, the Penguins got out to an early 3-1 lead, blew that, got down, tied it, and ended the night with a goal from an angry Russian bear. [Recap] The Penguins will now enjoy a 5-day break before resuming play on Saturday against the Red Wings. Source: Pens Points: Battle With the B’s Before the Bye – PensBurgh

Pens fall to Bruins 4-3 in Boston – WPXI SPORTS

BOSTON (AP) — After letting a pair of two-goal leads slip away in the second period, the Boston Bruins got the break they needed early in the third and put an end to the rallies. Source: Pens fall to Bruins 4-3 in Boston

Even in Western Pennsylvania, hockey is now a year-round activity | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hockey’s increasing popularity is keeping the area’s ice rinks busy even in the summer. Source: Even in Western Pennsylvania, hockey is now a year-round activity | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

After outliving the building, the Civic Arena debt finally is close to being paid off | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The debt dates to 1991 — the year the Penguins won their first Stanley Cup and Mario Lemieux was the team’s superstar, not its owner. Source: After outliving the building, the Civic Arena debt finally is close to being paid off | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Vegas Golden Knights pick Marc-Andre Fleury from Pittsburgh Penguins

The Vegas Golden Knights drafted one player from each existing NHL team to fill their roster for their first season. Source: Vegas Golden Knights pick Marc-Andre Fleury from Pittsburgh Penguins http://www.wtae.com/article/vegas-golden-knights-pick-from-pittsburgh-penguins/10205168  

Ron Cook: Champion Penguins make another mark in club history | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It’s the third Cup of the Crosby-Malkin era, one more than the incomparable Lemieux and his group of Hall of Famers won in the early 1990s. Source: Ron Cook: Champion Penguins make another mark in club history | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Latest: Penguins rout Predators 6-0 to take 3-2 Cup lead

Justin Schultz, Bryan Rust, Evgeni Malkin, Conor Sheary, Phil Kessel and Ron Hainsey scored for the defending champions, who got 24 saves from goaltender Matt Murray. Rinne got the hook after allowing three goals on nine shots in the first period, and Nashville backup Juuse Saros didn’t fare much better, giving up three goals in relief. Game 6 is Sunday night in Nashville Source: The Latest: Penguins rout Predators 6-0 to take 3-2 Cup lead

2017 Stanley Cup finals — Pekka Rinne steals Game 4, Preds even series

  A game-stealing performance by goalie Pekka Rinne against the Penguins in Game 4 has evened the Stanley Cup Final and could very well be the tipping point for the Predators. NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Pekka Rinne made 23 saves, including at least three to keep his team in the game, as the Nashville Predators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 to even the Stanley Cup Final at 2-2 on Monday. What’s next: The series is all knotted up, and Game 5 is Thursday in Pittsburgh at 8 p.m. Read More

Predators take Game 3 from Penguins with 5-1 win | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Game 4 is back at Bridgestone on Monday. The Predators’ 5-1 win over the Penguins in Game 3 Saturday included many ingredients, but any sort of postgame analysis should start with this simple caveat: Hey, the Predators don’t stink. Source: Predators take Game 3 from Penguins with 5-1 win | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

D.A. To Withdraw Charges Against Catfish Throwing Suspect « CBS Pittsburgh

Charges against a man who threw a catfish on the ice during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final will be withdrawn. During the second period, 36-year-old Jacob Waddell launched a dead catfish onto the ice following a stoppage in play. Waddell was escorted from the building immediately. Yesterday, he was charged with disrupting the hockey game, disorderly conduct, and using the dead catfish to commit the other two crimes. Source: D.A. To Withdraw Charges Against Catfish Throwing Suspect « CBS Pittsburgh

The Latest: Penguins beat Predators 4-1, take 2-0 lead

Jake Guentzel scored twice and Matt Murray made 37 saves as the Pittsburgh Penguins chased Predators goalie Pekka Rinne and moved two wins away from a second consecutive title by beating Nashville 4-1 in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night. Source: The Latest: Penguins beat Predators 4-1, take 2-0 lead

2017 Stanley Cup finals — Penguins escape with Game 1 win of 5-3 over Predators. What’s next: Game 2, which takes place Wednesday (8 p.m. ET) at PPG Paints Arena.

Evgeni Malkin, Conor Sheary and Nick Bonino scored in the first and Sidney Crosby collected two assists in the opening period. Bonino later added an empty-netter to close the scoring. Goalie Matt Murray made 23 saves, while Rinne stopped seven of 11 Pittsburgh shots. The Penguins’ 12 total shots are the fewest ever by a winner in the Final. Source: 2017 Stanley Cup finals — Penguins escape with Game 1 win

Wear Penguins gear, get free food at these Pittsburgh restaurants | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Penguins fans will be eligible for free food from several restaurants throughout the region Monday. By Matt Moret / Post-Gazette In case Penguins fans needed another reason to wear their black and gold gear ahead of Monday’s Stanley Cup game, some western Pennsylvania staples are offering free, edible incentives. Anyone wearing Penguins merchandise will receive free french fries at Primanti Bros. up until game time at 8 p.m. Other menu items, including wings and pizza, will be discounted, though the specific deals have not been announced. Joining the championship frenzy Read More

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