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NBC’s Milbury just earning his pay

April 4, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Some people are saying NBC should suspend Mike Milbury for his controversial comments about the Pittsburgh Penguins. It’s more likely NBC will give him a bonus. more »»

Crosby has big game in win

April 4, 2012 By Howard Ulman The Associated Press BOSTON — The Pittsburgh Penguins moved closer to home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs with another win on the road. more »»

Milbury apologizes for comments

April 4, 2012 Hockey analyst Mike Milbury apologized Tuesday for critical comments made about Penguins captain Sidney Crosb. more »»

Flyers coach fined for comments on Bylsma

April 3, 2012 The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Flyers coach Peter Laviolette was fined $10,000 Monday after calling out counterpart Dan Bylsma for sending out his checking line late in Philadelphia’s 6-3 win a... more »»

Flyers get under Pens' skin in win

April 2, 2012 PITTSBURGH — The Philadelphia Flyers sent a message with their resiliency. The Pittsburgh Penguins sent one with their fists. Message received on both side. more »»

Pens must learn from losses to Islanders

April 2, 2012 PITTSBURGH—It was an eye-opening week for the Pittsburgh Penguins. more »»

Crosby sparks Penguins past Sabres

March 31, 2012 BUFFALO, N.Y. — A swollen nose couldn’t stop Sidney Crosby from enjoying a four-point night. And neither could Ryan Miller and the Buffalo Sabres. more »»

Pens lose to Isles again

March 30, 2012 UNIONDALE, N.Y. — While the Pittsburgh Penguins were trying to chase down the New York Rangers, they seem to have overlooked the New York Islanders. more »»

Pens' coach quietly reaching his team

March 29, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Dan Bylsma didn’t raise his voice. He didn’t throw anything. He didn’t bark orders. more »»

Penguins beaten by Islanders

March 28, 2012 PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Penguins admit they have a tendency to get so enamored with their own firepower they forget to do the little things. Like, say, play defense. more »»

Crosby helps Pens bounce back

March 26, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Sidney Crosby hadn’t scored at home in four months. One brilliant sequence ended the drought. more »»

Pens' defense goes south in trip up north

March 25, 2012 OTTAWA — The Pittsburgh Penguins are going so well, they can even find something positive in a lopsided loss. After all, before Saturday night, they hadn’t had to deal with one in over a month. more »»

Pittsburgh must learn from Philly loss

March 25, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Last Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers may have been a preview of things to come for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Here’s hoping it was a learning experience. more »»

Penguins clinch spot in playoffs

March 23, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Alexander Radulov bailed on the Nashville Predators four years ago to become the best player in his native Russia. more »»

Crosby makes quick impact for surging Pens

March 20, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Dan Bylsma promised to keep Sidney Crosby’s minutes under control as his star center eased his way back into the lineup following a three-month layoff. more »»

Bylsma, staff experiment to find best solutions

March 20, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Now that Sidney Crosby is back, what do the Pittsburgh Penguins do with him? That’s part of coach Dan Bylsma’s mission over the last three weeks of the season, integrating Crosby into... more »»

Trip to Jersey goes well for Pens

March 17, 2012 NEWARK, N.J — Sidney Crosby felt more comfortable in the second game of his comeback as the Pittsburgh Penguins sent the New Jersey Devils reeling. more »»

Crosby returns as team begins critical stretch

March 15, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Dan Bylsma pulled out his marker a few weeks ago and drew a big old circle around March 15. more »»

Crosby will return Thursday

March 14, 2012 CANONSBURG — Sidney Crosby is ready to give Broadway its latest revival act. more »»

Pens stay on streak, beat champs

March 12, 2012 PITTSBURGH — James Neal saw the puck roll to the corner and sprinted to dig it out. The sight of hockey’s most intimidating player standing in his way hardly mattere. more »»

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