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JUST saw the Goc goal. That there was some passing!
1 day, 18 hours ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/gameday-5-philadelphia-flyers-at-pittsburgh-penguins.html
Well, it'll be an interesting third period! Getting a little chippy...
5 days, 20 hours ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/
That Dallas team was a year removed from winning the Stanley Cup. Still looked pretty good on paper.
1 week, 1 day ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/three-things-to-watch-for-dallas-stars.html
@SirDanforth I think Jim Hughson is great.
1 week, 5 days ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/quick-cap-pens-cruise-again-5-2-win-in-toronto.html
Penguins PK spends too much time skating around...
1 week, 5 days ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/
@Bing_87 @chrisl Tanner...Tiffany...Beau...*rips open envelope*Name three things made of glass.
1 week, 6 days ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/recap-game-1-pens-win-6-4.html
@jammonstrald @The66thDopefish Losing two goal leads is not very encouraging however.
2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/
@dmilesend He's turning into a very good defenseman.
@jammonstrald We'll see how the next two periods go.
He dumped the puck in! GET THE TASER
Ryan Kesler's beard is already in postseason form.
@brendannn I'm really disappointed with Getzlaf's shooting tonight. #earlyNHLseasongripes
@PenGeno Hakuna Maatta!
His number #44 will hang from the CEC rafters someday, rest assured.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/farewell-brooks-orpik.html
@Kilihan Perhaps not coincidentally, Pouliot was drafted with the pick the Pens got from trading Jordan Staal to Jim Rutherford's Canes.
4 months ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/mike-johnson-is-the-penguins-new-coach.html
Anyone else on the coaching staff get fired?
4 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/tweetcap-everything-is-happening.html
@dmilesend The trolls have been here all along.
5 months, 1 week ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/playoff-gameday-round-two-game-seven-new-york-rangers-pittsburgh-penguins.html
I hate that Twitter is ahead of the stream.
@Mr. Confidence And not a single fuck was given.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/video-crosby-and-malkins-press-conference.html
@pawsbyandmeowkin I don't think it hasn't been an entertaining series. Maddening, yes, but entertaining.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/recap-game-six-pens-lose-everything-on-the-line-tuesday-night.html
Uninspired hockey breeds losses. The Penguins are masters of this Jekyll-and-Hyde-style of looking great when they are on a mission and looking terrible when they play like they have in the last two games, and really it's been a long time since they've put in a consistent string of playoff games that make them look like the Stanley Cup contenders we all think they are.
If the Penguins think they'll win Game 7 with the same piss-poor attitude they've been coming with over the last year-plus of playoff hockey that was evidenced tonight, in Game 5, in several games of the Columbus series, and in the Conference Finals last year, then we're all in for a disappointment. Of course, even if they win Game 7 and move on, they could be just delaying the inevitable. I'm sure no one wants to hear doom and gloom in the shadow of this game and with another chance to advance on Tuesday, but I've seen enough of this team to know there's not a lot to be optimistic about.
Maybe I'm wrong, and maybe the Rangers have been more motivated than the Pens over the last two games. All I can say here is that I won't get too geared up for Game 7 because I've seen the other shoe drop enough times in the last 72 hours to be confident that they'll bring the same kind of inspired performance they had in Games 3 and 4 where they tore the Rangers apart in such a fine manner that gave us hope that this team had turned a corner.
Go Pens. Pens in 7. DO IT.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/
@dmilesend Why not? Gotta get some goals. Not that the Pens seem likely to score enough to make it back in this.
@dmilesend The good news is there will be fewer people to boo the Pens.
@PenGeno Hard to excited when your team's down three on a 4-on-3 PK.
Yikes Scuderi. When will he be benched?
@Mr. Confidence Hard to fall on the ice all the time when you're averaging two-plus minutes of ice time per period.
need a goal here
@PenGeno @The66thDopefish Well this powerplay might help (yeah right)
Penguins getting chances, if they can get one before the period ends, that might have a chance to get back in this.
Bad sign: 18-71-36 out there.
@Bing_87 No but maybe it'll start during the third period
Why's Scuderi out there?
@PenGeno Yup, dragging their asses. Those two (him and Jussi) find ways to drag their asses at the worst times.
looked like Zuccarello was offside?
Boy, Bob Cole is losing it. Thinks this was already the elimination game for the Rangers, then noted Game 5 is at "Consolidated Center".
Looks like Bort will be back Friday.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/gif-orpiks-last-shift.html
Or how about the Joe Vitale Drinking Game!Joe Vitale falls to one knee: take a sip of beerJoe Vitale falls to both knees: take a gulp of beer
Joe Vitale falls on his face: chug a beer
Joe Vitale falls and the Penguins go offside: take a shot of rum
Joe Vitale turns the puck over: take a shot of vodka
Joe Vitale gets a point: drink everything in your house because it will never happen again
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/joe-vitale-fell-6-times-in-game-2.html
Watching the highlights on NHL.com, you'd think the Rangers had a ton of chances and shit luck, and the Penguins had a couple of chances and buried them. I don't entirely buy the argument that the Rangers were done in by fatigue; the Penguins just wanted it more last night.
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/quick-cap-the-captains-log-pens-beat-listless-rangers-2-0.html
@dmilesend Goes to show what responsible team defense and teamwork can do.
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/
@Mr. Confidence @axelflowAs long as the powerplay is uninterrupted, it should all count as goals on one powerplay.
So do we all still think Sid's out of sorts?
Geno with the trick shot
@Bilbo Gibbons Nah, that's too easy for him.
60 minutes guys...play all out
@Mr. Confidence Luckily, he's fine. Another Penguins power-play, looks like.
Big save Lundqvist
@Mr. Confidence Were you doing the VLC streaming?
There's basically two schools of thought on this: there's Pensblog's and HCDB's view, that Sid's not the only person on this team and he shouldn't be expected to carry the team or its offense every single game; then there's the position of the growing vocal minority that Sid should be scoring at this, the most important time of the hockey season. Both sides have valid points, but it's about time we looked at the facts: when Sid's held off the scoresheet, no points at all, the Penguins win just under three-tenths of their games, while when Sid doesn't score but gets assists, the Penguins winning percentage doubles:
2014 no points: 22G, 3W-29L2014 no goals at least 1 point: 35G, 26W-9L2013 no points: 14G, 7W-7L2013 no goals at least 1 point: 19G, 14W-5L2012 no points: 9G, 3W-6L2012 no goals at least 1 point: 10G, 7W-3L2011 no points: 30G, 12W-18L2011 no goals at least 1 point: 26G, 17W-9L2010 no points: 6G, 1W-5L2010 no goals at least 1 point: 13G, 7W-6L2009 no points: 28G, 9W-19L2009 no goals at least 1 point: 33G, 19W-15L2008 no points: 16G, 6W-10L2008 no goals at least 1 point: 35G, 23W-12L2007 no points: 21G, 6W-15L2007 no goals at least 1 point: 31G, 20W-11L2006 no points: 22G, 0W-22L2006 no goals at least 1 point: 26G, 6W-20Ltotal no points: 168G, 47W-121L (.279 win %)total no goals at least 1 point: 228G, 139W-89L (.610 win %)
(Data compiled from hockey-reference.com)
Sid's offensive output drives the Penguins, and this is a well-known fact. If their opponents shut him down, it's on the other Penguins and the coaching staff to find offense elsewhere.
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://thepensblog.com/2014-archives/it-is-way-too-early-to-be-calling-out-sidney-crosby.html