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Referee Kozari returns to ice, works playoff game

Referee Steve Kozari, who left the ice on a stretcher earlier this month after colliding with Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Haydn Fleury during a Pittsburgh Penguins' 5-4 victory, returned to the ice Sunday, working 137th career Stanley Cup playoff

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Published: 3 days ago

NHL Rumors: St. Louis Blues, and the Pittsburgh Penguins

The St. Louis Blues have a short coaching candidate list, and Sidney Crosby will talk to management this offseason about an extension.

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Published: 3 days ago

Comparing Penguins to Playoff-Bound Capitals; What Caps Did Better

Despite the air of optimism that came from building on the season’s stretch run which almost earned them a playoff berth, the Pittsburgh Penguins joined the bottom half of the league in watching the Stanley Cup Playoffs on television Saturday night

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Published: 3 days ago

Into the crucible: Advice for rookie coaches chasing the Stanley Cup

It took Dan Bylsma only 49 games to accomplish what some coaches never get to do: lift the Stanley Cup. When Bylsma replaced Michel Therrien with 25 games left in the Pittsburgh Penguins' 2008-09 regular season, he was the youngest head coach in the

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Published: 3 days ago

Here’s How Bunting Got Penguins a Home Run

The trade, when the Pittsburgh Penguins made it, was about as popular — inside and outside the organization — as foot fungus. OK, perhaps a bit less. Not because of what president of hockey operations/GM Kyle Dubas got from Carolina in the deal

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Published: 4 days ago

Penguins’ Postmortem and Grading

I haven’t written much this season, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been following our favorite flightless fowl. Now we are at the end of one more farcical season, and it is time for a postmortem for the 6th Pittsburgh Penguins’ corp

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Pittsburgh Penguins sign Tristan Broz to three-year, entry-level contract

Broz will join the Penguins’ AHL affiliate the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on an ATO.

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Published: 4 days ago

Pittsburgh Penguins sign forward Tristan Broz to three-year, entry-level contract

The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed forward Tristan Broz to three-year, entry-level contract, the team announced Saturday.

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AHL Honors Penguins’ Prospect Joel Blomqvist

He might well be a Pittsburgh Penguins goalie next season, but top Penguins prospect Joel Blomqvist was honored by the AHL, which named him to the All-Rookie team. Blomqvist’s stats are worthy of notice. He leads all rookie goalies with 25 wins. He

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Published: 4 days ago

Signs Point to Penguins Not Re-Signing Nedeljkovic; Space for Top Prospect

Alex Nedeljkovic got the news Thursday during breakup day. The Pittsburgh Penguins have a top goalie prospect pushing for an NHL sweater, and the team wants to see if he’s ready. That’s not good for Nedeljkovic’s future in Pittsburgh. Penguins

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Published: 4 days ago

Penguins sign Tristan Broz

Photo by Tyler Schank/NCAA Photos via Getty Images Pittsburgh adds a former second round draft pick The Penguins announced on Saturday that they’ve signed Tristan Broz to a contract.

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Published: 4 days ago

Penguins’ Dubas says Letang dealing with ‘significant’ issue all season

Penguins GM Kyle Dubas discusses some key injuries from his players at season’s end, and says Kris Letang has been dealing with something significant all season long, and will be getting a second opinion before they give an update.

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Published: 4 days ago