Some players are held to a higher standard. Nobody is exclusive from criticism merely because said athlete makes the most money or wears a “C” on their jersey. These are the players who should have their games picked apart on a nightly basis. This is understood.
Thanks to Adam for helping prolong the streak of murder trial references on the show to two…
At this time last night the Pens and Blue Jackets were shaking hands and Pens fans were breathing a collective sigh of relief. Let’s take a look back at the roller coaster that was…
Rich from TPB and Jesse Marshall from Faceoff Factor put together a weekly Pens podcast, give it a listen here:
Depending upon who you talk to, the sky is finally about to fall on a hockey team that was destined for failure, or Game 2 will simply be known as the game the Penguins conceded en route to eliminating the Blue Jackets in five. Whatever happens from here, who knows? All we can really speak […]
Columbus doesn’t have a lot of big names, they’re more of an offense by committee who relies on their special teams and goaltending to win games. They do however have some guys who are worth taking note of.
News broke early Saturday morning that former Penguin Ryan Malone had been arrested for DUI and cocaine possession.
Despite currently closing the season with a stretch of games that are otherwise meaningless to their place in the standings, there is actually a lot to talk about surrounding the Penguins. They’re finally getting healthy at the right time, and their speculative first-round opponents all carry their own intriguing storylines. Then there is Sidney Crosby […]
As we enter the last week of the regular season, let’s take a look at where the Metropolitan Division stands.
Depending upon who you talk to Brandon Sutter may or may not have scored the would be game-tying goal in the 3-2 loss to Los Angeles last night. For example, take the two of the three players directly involved in the play… Sutter on his close call: “I was pretty surprised… I definitely got pushed […]
They say when it rains, it pours. For the Penguins, it apparently does not stop raining until your street floods and car washes away.
“You don’t expect a player that age, in his first year, to step into a top-minutes, top-pair role, a matchup pair. For him and his progression, his last 20 [games] have looked even stronger than what we saw earlier in the season. To be able to have him play there with injuries to two top-four […]