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Noel Acciari Goes Through On-Ice Workout

CRANBERRY — Pittsburgh Penguins center Noel Acciari, who is recovering from a concussion, is having an on-ice workout at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex Monday morning. It was not immediately known whether Acciari will take part in the full-team practi

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Published: 2 months ago

NHL Power Rankings: 1 thing to love about each team

This is the ninth in-season edition of theScore's NHL Power Rankings for the 2023-24 campaign. Check back for updated rankings every other Monday.With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we pick one thing to love about each team.

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Published: 2 months ago

The week ahead: Penguins season reaching make-or-break point

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images They need wins and they need them now. This past weekend was a pretty big hit for the Pittsburgh Penguins playoff chances. They did not earn a single point in their back-to-back agai

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Published: 2 months ago

Dan’s Daily: What the Flames Want for Big Pieces; Penguins Teetering

If you think you had a bad weekend, compare it to the Pittsburgh Penguins, who largely beat themselves in a pair of very asymmetrical games, shoving their season and future to the edge of failure and uncertainty. The NHL trade deadline is less than f

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Published: 2 months ago

Pens Points: Lacking Goals, Lacking Points

Photo by Jonathan Kozub/NHLI via Getty Images Catch up on the latest hockey headlines in today’s Pens Points. Here are your Pens Points for this Monday morning... A Pittsburgh Penguins fan has gone viral for turning a Sidney

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Published: 2 months ago

Penguins Rival Ready to Sell before NHL Trade Deadline?

Pittsburgh Penguins president of hockey operations/GM Kyle Dubas has granted himself continuances to decide if his team has what it takes to make the playoffs and be competitive. The Penguins’ long time rivals, the Washington Capitals share a simil

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Published: 2 months ago

NHL Rumors: Jake Guentzel, Noah Hanifin, Chris Tanev and Adam Henrique

The NHL trade market is a little stalled now as teams are waiting on Jake Guentzel, Noah Hanifin, Chris Tanev and Adam Henrique.

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Published: 2 months ago

Put a Fork in ‘em, Penguins Fall to Jets

“Them guys is done like dinner.” The immortal Dave “Tiger” Williams offered that blunt and colorful assessment of an earlier black-and-gold (then blue-and-white) squad during the 1977 playoffs. A wholly apt description of our present bunch a

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Published: 2 months ago

Kingerski: Penguins Constant Self Destruction Demands Changes

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The fizz in the drink created no bubbles for the Pittsburgh Penguins Friday in Minnesota. They stumbled and slumbered through a tediously melodramatic 40 minutes before finally playing with a modicum of energy in a 3-2 loss. Th

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Published: 2 months ago

Superb Sunday Standings: Penguins give up all their progress...Again

Photo by Nick Wosika/Getty Images It’s been a frustrating season for the Pens, and they just can’t score enough goals these days The latest edition of the Pittsburgh Penguins 2023-24 “one step forward, one step back” t

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Published: 2 months ago

Penguins Grades: Anger Abounds, Mistakes Put Season on the Brink (+)

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — For the second straight night, a fluky bounce was the exclamation point on an inadequate Pittsburgh Penguins performance and decided their fate. An uncalled puck in the netting that led to the Minnesota Wild’s game-winner Fri

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Published: 2 months ago

Penguins Room: Sullivan Knocks Team; Eller Frustrated

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The Pittsburgh Penguins stockpiled scoring chances and puck possession but scored only one goal. They also gave up as many scoring chances as they earned, and coach Mike Sullivan had no desire to offer praise for the things don

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Published: 2 months ago