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Pens win while Crosby is wounded

February 6, 2013 UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Sidney Crosby managed to smile despite a swollen nose that was still bleeding long after it was struck by a puck. The Penguins captain had reason to be happy. more »»

Penguins win third straight

February 4, 2013 WASHINGTON — It was a game of disputed deflections and odd bounces, with the puck behaving more like that oblong ball with the laces more commonly associated with Super Bowl Sunday. more »»

Pens finally win at home

February 3, 2013 PITTSBURGH — Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins finally found their stride at home. more »»

Pens still seed first win at home

February 2, 2013 PITTSBURGH — Dan Bylsma remembers when Consol Energy Center opened a couple years ago and the Pittsburgh Penguins struggled to get comfortable in their fancy new digs. more »»

Penguins shut out Rangers

February 1, 2013 By Ira Podell The Associated Press NEW YORK — Tomas Vokoun and the rest of the Penguins have Madison Square Garden figured out. Now they just have to find their comfort zone back home in Pittsburgh. more »»

Pens lose for 3rd time in 4 games

January 30, 2013 PITTSBURGH — The New York Islanders are done playing pushovers for the Pittsburgh Penguins. more »»

Crosby, Malkin lead Pens in shootout

January 28, 2013 OTTAWA — The Penguins didn’t look like great — until Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin did their thing in the shootout. more »»

Pens lose 2-0 lead

January 26, 2013 WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Andrew Ladd scored the go-ahead goal in the second period and the Winnipeg Jets won their first home game of the season, beating the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-. more »»

Crosby enjoys a bit of Canada

January 26, 2013 WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Sidney Crosby fed his inner Canadian by walking to his team’s pre-game skat. more »»

Pens' defeat serves as wakeup call

January 25, 2013 PITTSBURGH — Hold off on the confetti making. Don’t start looking for a good seat along the Stanley Cup parade route. more »»

Sloppy Pens lose first game

January 24, 2013 PITTSBURGH — James van Riemsdyk could feel the pressure increasing when the Toronto Maple Leafs forward went scoreless his first two games with his new clu. more »»

Pens will open at home tonight

January 23, 2013 PITTSBURGH — Sidney Crosby hasn’t scored yet. Evgeni Malkin either. The way the superstar duo’s teammates are playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins at the moment, it hardly matters. more »»

Neal, Malkin lead Pens to win over Rangers

January 21, 2013 NEW YORK — The Pittsburgh Penguins have four points atop the Atlantic Division. The New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers have none at the bottom. more »»

Penguins top Philly in opener

January 20, 2013 PHILADELPHIA — After nine months, one lockout and only days of training camp, fans packed the arena to celebrate the Flyers’ return. They’ll have to wait longer to enjoy a win. more »»

Pens part of NHL's season debut

January 19, 2013 Three generations of the Ribble family hurried through a parking lot in suburban Detroit, eager to see the Red Wings practice when the lockout finally ended. more »»

Symptom-free Crosby ready to return to the NHL elite

January 16, 2013 PITTSBURGH — The headaches are gone. more »»

Malkin happy, healthy and ready to go for Pens

January 16, 2013 PITTSBURGH — While the rest of his Pittsburgh Penguins teammates got taped up before practice on Tuesday, Evgeni Malkin ducked off to the side and picked up a couple of personal items that’d been... more »»

Vokoun set for action

January 15, 2013 PITTSBURGH — There are places in the world, from a personal standpoint, that make a lot more sense for Tomas Vokoun than western Pennsylvania. more »»

Tangradi prepared for shot

January 13, 2013 PITTSBURGH — Eric Tangradi joined a veteran teammate and a Pittsburgh Penguins staff member in poking fun at rookie teammate Beau Bennett after practice. more »»

Charity contest attracts Penguins

January 4, 2013 JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Tomahawks announced on Thursday that the inaugural Johnstown Tomahawks Charity Classic has secured several big names — among them Penguins Marc-Andre Fleury, Matt Cooke and... more »»

 
 
 

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