April 16, 2009 |
1. Sydney Crosby, Penguins: Scored the first goal and added an assist. 2. Tyler Kennedy, Penguins: His goal gave Pittsburgh a 2-0 lead. 3. Evgeni Malkin, Penguins: Contributed a goal and an assist.
December 17, 2006 |
Kyle Brodzniak scored two goals, including the eventual game-winner, as the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins buried the Phantoms, 7-1, in an AHL game last night at the Wachovia Arena. Brodzniak gave the Pens a 2-0 lead in the second period, building on a first-period goal by Noah Welch. Frederik Cabana got the Phantoms on the board with an assist by Sean Collins, who was signed Friday night. But a little more than a minute later, Scott Dixon scored for Wilkes-Barre to make it 3-1. From there, the Penguins added a late second-period goal by Tyler Kennedy, followed by third-period goals by Brodzniak, Micki DuPont and Rob Schremp.
October 18, 2011
Kyle Wellwood scored eight seconds into the game, and the reborn Winnipeg Jets earned their first win by beating the Pittsburgh Penguins , 2-1, on Monday night. Tanner Glass netted Winnipeg's other goal, Alex Burmistrov had two assists, and Ondrej Pavelec stopped 28 shots to earn the win for the Jets - formerly the Atlanta Thrashers. Zbynek Michalek had the only goal for Pittsburgh, which got 33 saves from Marc-Andre Fleury. Heading into the game, the Jets (1-3)
April 19, 2011 |
MONTREAL - David Krejci and Nathan Horton scored first-period goals to lead Boston to a 4-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night as the Bruins won on the road after dropping the first two games of their first-round series at home. Tim Thomas stopped 34 shots for Boston and Rich Peverley scored in the second. Chris Kelly scored into an empty net with 25.6 seconds remaining. Bruins captain Zdeno Chara returned to the lineup after missing Saturday night's 3-2 loss to Montreal after he was hospitalized overnight for dehydration.
March 18, 2012 |
Almost three weeks after the NHL trade deadline, the Penguins got the man they wanted. As several folks in the organization have said, no player would be a better acquisition for a run at the Stanley Cup than center and team captain Sidney Crosby. And that was before the team rang off nine wins in a row, which the Penguins stretched to 11 consecutive with a 5-2 victory Saturday against the New Jersey Devils. "Playing the way we are and then getting the best player in the world back [from injury]
May 10, 2013 |
TOMAS VOKOUN stopped 31 shots in his first playoff start in 6 years and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the visiting New York Islanders, 4-0, last night in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series. Sidney Crosby, Tyler Kennedy and Douglas Murray scored during a 7-minute stretch in the second period, and Kris Letang added a power-play goal in the third as Pittsburgh moved a step closer to advancing to the second round. The Penguins lead the best-of-seven Eastern Conference series, 3-2. Game 6 is tomorrow in New York.
March 25, 2013 |
PITTSBURGH - During each of the previous two seasons, the Flyers ended long winning streaks by the Pittsburgh Penguins. On Sunday night, however, they couldn't complete the trifecta. Tyler Kennedy, who had missed the previous game because of an illness, scored on a tracer from the left circle with 2 minutes, 27 seconds remaining in overtime, lifting the Penguins to their 12th consecutive victory, a 2-1 win over the Flyers at Consol Energy Center. Kennedy fired his shot high and to the short side as goalie Ilya Bryzgalov appeared to be screened.
March 24, 2011 |
There was nothing wrong with the Flyers' goaltending on Thursday night. The same could not be said about their lethargic offense. Chris Kunitz' goal in the fourth round of a shootout gave the Pittsburgh Penguins a critical 2-1 win over the Flyers before a sellout crowd at the Wells Fargo Center. With the victory, the Penguins inched to within four points of the Flyers in the Atlantic Division. The Flyers, who went beyond regulation for the fifth time in six games, have a game in hand.
April 13, 2012 |
PITTSBURGH - Only a few days, and a few million heart attacks ago, the widespread expectation was that Flyers-Penguins would be spectacular bloodsport. People saw the way the regular season ended, and the history of animus between the franchises, and the closeness of the two teams in the standings, and figured the whole thing for seven games of vicious, magnificent hell. Instead, we have been strapped into a carnival ride whose only purpose is to induce dizziness. And we have witnessed a series of comebacks by the Flyers that have defied several laws of logic, reason and gravity.