Ever since the news of Nick Bonino’s departure to the Nashville Predators, Penguins fans and media have all been buzzing about who the Penguins new third line center would be. Right off the bat names such as Matt Duchene, Jordan Staal, … Continue reading Realistic Third Line Center Options
Regular Season Stats GP:81, G:5, A:21, PTS:26, +/-:26, PIM:72 Playoff Stats GP:25, G:0, A:9, PTS:9, +/-:2, PIM:22 Player Grade (A+) Ian Cole may be the most underrated Penguins on the team this past year. Cole flew under the radar for … Continue reading Offseason Player Grades: Ian Cole
Regular Season Stats GP:71 G:9 A:20 PTS:29 +/-:0 PIM:36 Playoff Stats GP:20 G:2 A:9 PTS:11 +/- 6 PIM:27 Player Grade: B I gave Chris Kunitz a B based on how well he did in the role he was given this … Continue reading Offseason Player Grades: Chris Kunitz
Sidney Crosby has recently arose in conversations as a top 5 player all time, and it’s about time. Crosby has easily reined the NHL as the best player in the league over the past ten years. So if anything he … Continue reading COLUMN: What Exactly Is Crosby’s Legacy?
I’m willing to bet many hockey fans have at least one time wanted to give the refs a piece of their mind. This feeling however, has gotten much more common within the past few years, and for good reason. The … Continue reading COLUMN: NHL Officials Hurting The Game
Just recently the Detroit Red Wings had their 25 year playoff streak end as they were officially eliminated from the playoffs. Their streak is the third longest in NHL history and was littered with Stanley Cups and sensational players. They … Continue reading What Can Pens Fans Take Away From Red Wings’ Streak?
For years fans have been quick to use a goalie’s record to compare one to another. The record is only a mere fraction of a goalie’s performance. Hockey is a team sport and goalies only steal a game once in … Continue reading COLUMN: Don’t Judge A Goalie By His Wins
It is the oldest move in the book, when a team loses a game the easiest thing to do is blame the goalie. Now, in some cases that may be true; however, in 90% of cases it is far from … Continue reading COLUMN: Stop Blaming The Goaltenders