5 Years & 3 GMs Later, Minnesota Wild Finally Sign Kaprizov
Kirill Kaprizov will finally suit up for the Minnesota Wild during the 2020-21 NHL season. Here is a look at his KHL career and how it took five years and three general managers before he finally signed his contract with Minnesota. One of the Top Players in the KHL The 23-year-old winger led the KHL […]
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Penguins’ Offseason Plan for 2020-21 Success
If the Pittsburgh Penguins hope to compete for another Stanley Cup championship, there will need to be some changes, especially after their second-consecutive early playoff exit. Changes will need to include the roster, coaching staff, and team philosophy, especially regarding player management and utilization. Most importantly, the teams’ on-ice attitude, passion, and hunger that was […]
Penguins Offseason Looks to Be Busy According to Rutherford
Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford held a teleconference with reporters on August 11th for his season-ending media availability after a disappointing qualifying series loss to the Montreal Canadiens. During this session, Rutherford was still fuming from his club’s early exit. He addressed several issues regarding the team, including the disappointment in their playoff performance, […]
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Penguins’ 5 Most Memorable Overtime Wins
There is nothing like the NHL playoffs especially when they go into overtime. A sudden-death goal can happen on the first shot or a few hours later, every game is unique. Here are some overtime-winning goals that Pittsburgh Penguins fans will remember exactly where they were the moment they were scored. Petr Nedved Scores in […]
Penguins Beat Themselves in the Qualifying Round
First of all, full credit must be given to the Montreal Canadiens. They were the 24th and final team allowed to compete in the Stanley Cup playoffs and finished the season with a record of 31-31-9 for a total of 71 points. Their opponent was the seventh-ranked Pittsburgh Penguins who finished with a record of […]
Penguins Need to Make These Lineup Moves to Keep Cup Hopes Alive
While a whole city and fanbase debate about the who the starting goaltender should be for the Pittsburgh Penguins, there are four other players who should be inserted into the lineup for the remainder of the qualifying round against the Montreal Canadiens if the Penguins want to avoid an early exit from the playoff bubble […]
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Did the Penguins Learn From 2019 Playoff Exit?
When the Pittsburgh Penguins were swept by the New York Islanders in the first round of the 2018-19 NHL Playoffs, many questioned the team’s toughness and motivation. General manager Jim Rutherford even stated the goal of going into this 2019-20 season was to make his team tougher to play against. The Penguins played 69 games […]
Penguins Will Need Both Murray & Jarry for Playoff Success
On March 12, the NHL season was put on pause due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. Two nights before, the Pittsburgh Penguins were coming off a 5-2 win against the New Jersey Devils, led by Evgeni Malkin’s two-goal performance as Matt Murray had an easy night stopping 20 of 22 shots for the win. […]
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