Tag Archive: Pittsburgh Penguins

Humanity Means Taking Every Chance To Unite As A Community

I feel like everything deserves a disclaimer these days. This isn’t easy to write. I understand the concept I want to frame, the tone in which I’d like you to receive it, but I have a lot of strong emotions intertwined all through this. There’s no guarantee I say it right despite my best efforts. …

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It’s Penguins and Paws Calendar Time! by @ChicksDigHockey

No matter how high-tech we get, the home calendar is still a must. It becomes the family communication center. Everyone checks the calendar to see who has an appointment, whose birthday is coming up and when the next Pens home game is. The only calendar you’ll need, The Penguins and Paws Calendar from Animal Rescue …

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Penguins Show There’s Fight Left In Them After All. The Question Is, How Much?

In the span of time between Thursday night and Sunday night, Penguins fans have experienced the full spectrum of emotion, from pole to pole. A 5-1 loss to a sad Carolina Hurricanes team felt like a crushing blow. A lot of eyes gazed in disbelief onto the ice. That frozen water surface beneath the Penguins …

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Penguins Finally Beat The Capitals, 4-3. Those Are 4 Goals Worth Rewatching.

The last time I addressed the Pittsburgh Penguins here, the Pens were in a bad way. A downward spiral was taking place and the team who desperately needed to develop an identity at the beginning of the season, was barely showing up for games. When¬†Sidney Crosby resorted to dropping the gloves against a team to …

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Remember That One Time Crosby Was Sent To The Box But… Wasn’t?

For the second time in a row this season, the Chicago Blackhawks brought the game to a shootout and took down the¬†Pittsburgh Penguins. There’s a couple head-scratchers that come to mind now that all is said and done, like the hero/goat decision to use Letang as the Penguins 3rd shooter over Malkin, but we’re only …

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