Friday Practice Report: Kunitz eyes return to lineup

The Pittsburgh Penguins snapped a two game winless streak Thursday night, defeating the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 at the Bell Centre behind a game winning goal from Pascal Dupuis. Much of the talk today was about the blown call by referee Chris Lee in the third period. Lee lost sight of the puck in Fleury’s crease

Penguins, Rangers going in opposite directions

Crosby leads Pittsburgh to 8-3 win Sidney Crosby scored once in the first period and twice in the third and added a pair assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins dismantled the New York Rangers 8-3 Saturday night at Mellon Arena. Pittsburgh welcomed back three regulars (Kennedy, Letang, Goligoski) to the lineup and put on a show for

NHL: Rangers exploring all avenues to shakeup roster

The New York Rangers are active in trade talks trying to add scoring and trying to move one of their big salaries (Gomez, Drury, Redden, Rozsival. The Globe and Mail reports the Leafs are expressing interest in Wade Redden. There is talk that John Tortorella has his eye on Pavel Kubina but it makes little

Penguins, Rangers separated by one point in crucial game this afternoon

Just a reminder: “The Pittsburgh Penguins will host a clothing drive to benefit Goodwill of Southwestern PA when the Pens take on the New York Rangers Saturday at 1 p.m. at Mellon Arena. Gently-worn clothing items or cash donations will be collected when gates open at 12 noon. The collection will continue through the 10-minute

Penguins fall to Rangers 3-2 in shootout

New York 3 – Pittsburgh 2 The Penguins lost their seventh consecutive game at Madison Square Garden and this was a game the Penguins should have won. The Penguins got out to a 2-0 lead. Mark Eaton scored his first goal in 91 games. Eaton jumped into the play and banged home a beautiful pass

Stanley Cup Predictions

Who will be crowned the 2008-2009 Stanley Cup Champions? Inside Pittsburgh Sports weighs in on who will reach the finals. Will we see a rematch between Pittsburgh & Detroit?