Recap: Senators 4, Penguins 1

There are lots and lots of things to talk about with this game. One in which the Penguins lost 4-1 to the Senators. Heading into tonight, the Penguins had played 90 straight games without losing consecutive games in regulation. Tonight, that came to an end. Their infamous road struggles on the season only rolled into Thursday’s night’s tilt and started from the onset of the … Continue reading Recap: Senators 4, Penguins 1

Recap: Capitals 5, Penguins 2

The Penguins fell to the Capitals on Wednesday 5-2 with Washington’s captain, Alex Ovechkin, getting his 1000th career point on a goal scored 35 seconds into the game. After a turnover in their offensive zone, Ovechkin took a pass from Nicklas Backstrom and rifled it past goalie Marc-Andre Fleury. It was another early hiccup from the Penguins goalie, although with the turnover and odd-man rush … Continue reading Recap: Capitals 5, Penguins 2

Gabriel Landeskog to Pittsburgh?

In the recent weeks there have been rumors that Colorado Avalanche captain, Gabriel Landeskog, has been placed on the trading block. In typical Jim Rutherford fashion, Pittsburgh is at the top of the possible landing spots for Landeskog. So, what will it take for GMJR to pull off yet another block bluster trade? Landeskog, who is 24, and in the prime in his career. This … Continue reading Gabriel Landeskog to Pittsburgh?

Recap: Penguins 6, Lightning 2

The Penguins put a 6-2 pounding on the Tampa Bay Lightning Sunday evening. The scoreboard indicated a blowout, but things may have turned out differently on the ice. If you want to know how this whole game went, just watch the final Pittsburgh power play. There were three major turnovers and very little zone time. Sidney Crosby turned it over at the offensive blue line and a … Continue reading Recap: Penguins 6, Lightning 2

What’s The Deal With The Plus/Minus Statistic?

They say the greatest discoveries happen when you’re not even looking for them. They’re right. Canadians have been credited with some great achievements in history such as insulin, basketball, and poutine. Now, last night in Nova Scotia, Canada, I discovered the secret of succeeding in hockey. Here is my story. It started off innocently enough. Much has been made of the Pittsburgh Penguins goal scoring … Continue reading What’s The Deal With The Plus/Minus Statistic?