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UPCOMING GAMES
12/19 PIT at WSH
12/20 MIN at PIT
12/22 PIT at CAR
12/27 DET at PIT
12/29 PIT at STL
12/31 PIT at MIN
1/2 PIT at NYR
1/4 WPG at PIT
1/6 CHI at PIT
1/8 FLA at PIT

LAST 10 GAMES
12/15 LAK 3 at PIT 4 Won OT
12/14 BOS 3 at PIT 5 Won F
12/12 PIT 3 at CHI 6 Lost F
12/10 PIT 2 at NYI 1 Won SO
12/8 PIT 1 at OTT 2 Lost OT
12/6 NYI 2 at PIT 6 Won F
12/4 COL 3 at PIT 6 Won F
12/1 PHI 4 at PIT 2 Lost F
11/28 PIT 3 at COL 6 Lost F
11/27 PIT 4 at WPG 3 Won F
Won-6  Lost-3  OT-1

Pittsburgh Penguins   49 games left.   News   Schedule   Roster   

Next game will be against Anaheim Ducks on Monday, December 17, 2018 in Pittsburg Consol Energy Center
Last game against Ducks which was played in Anaheim Honda Center on 1/17/2018 Penguins lost 3-5
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Penguins ready to welcome back Murray, but Letang’s status is in doubt
The Pittsburgh Penguins are set to welcome back the one player that could significantly alter their 2018-19 season, and are also facing the possibility of being without the one player they may not be able to replace. Matt Murray, the team’s regular starting goalie over the past two years, is expected to be back in the lineup on Saturday night for the first time since Nov. 17 when the team plays host to the Los Angeles Kings. Letang had to leave the Penguins’ 5-3 win over the Boston Bruins on Friday night with just under eight minutes to play in the third period after he found himself tangled up with Bruins forward Joakim Nordstrom and awkwardly fell to the ice.
Posted: 12/16/2018

Sprong eyes return to Steel City as Ducks visit Penguins
Sprong has three goals in five games with Anaheim -- a seeing-eye tally in his first game with the Ducks while displaying a shooting skill reminiscent of Pittsburgh star center Sidney Crosby. Sprong recorded both goals Saturday in a 2-1 win at Columbus, one to tie it and one in overtime. "I think (the success is based on) the coaching staff and management giving me an opportunity to play the role I think I can play," Sprong told Fox Sports West in pretty obvious contrast to what he experienced with the Penguins.
Posted: 12/16/2018

Daniel Sprong making most of opportunity with Anaheim Ducks
In five games with the Ducks he’s scored three times — with all three goals being pretty meaningful ones. Compare that to the nine points he compiled in 42 career games with the Penguins over parts of three seasons. His first goal came on his first shot in his first game with Anaheim on a tough angle against Corey Crawford of the Chicago Blackhawks.
Posted: 12/17/2018

PHT Power Rankings: NHL’s most dominant performances so far
In this week’s PHT Power Rankings we take a look at the players, lines, and positions that have put together the most dominant performances through the first two-and-a-half months of the NHL season. There are a lot of the usual suspects in here, from the top line of the Colorado Avalanche, the ridiculous depth of the Tampa Bay Lightning, to the unstoppable force that is the Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom duo. 1. Colorado’s top line. There should be no debate as to which team boasts the NHL’s best line and it is the trio of Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, and Gabriel Landeskog.
Posted: 12/17/2018

Should Ian Cole be suspended for kneeing Brock Nelson?
On paper, Monday was an excellent night for Barry Trotz and the New York Islanders. The Islanders topped the Colorado Avalanche 4-1, keeping the Avs’ scorching-hot top line mostly in check. Nathan MacKinnon grabbed an assist on Gabriel Landeskog‘s power-play goal, but Mikko Rantanen was held pointless for the first time in ages.
Posted: 12/18/2018

The NHL Evening Skate for Dec. 17
Flyers do indeed dismiss coach Dave Hakstol After either some indecision inside hockey operations or over-anxiousness on the part of the media Sunday, the Philadelphia Flyers have indeed gone ahead and fired head coach Dave Hakstol. Led by new Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher, the organization made it official shortly after another round of reports from those close to the franchise surfaced again Monday. More] Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford suffers another concussion, placed on IR Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford suffered a concussion after hitting his head on a goalpost in a 7-3 loss to the San Jose Sharks on Sunday.
Posted: 12/17/2018

Battle of backups when Rangers host Ducks
Both teams likely tipped their hands Monday regarding their goalie decisions for Tuesday By starting John Gibson for the third straight game -- Gibson earned the win against the Penguins by making 28 saves -- the Ducks (19-11-5) all but ensured Chad Johnson will make his debut with the club against the Rangers. Johnson was claimed off waivers from the St. Louis Blues on Dec. 11, two days after Anaheim lost backup goalie Ryan Miller to a sprained knee. Once Johnson takes the ice for the Ducks, he'll have suited up for more than a quarter of the 31-team NHL.
Posted: 12/18/2018

NHL in-season coaching changes in salary-cap era
The 56 in-season NHL coaching changes since beginning of salary cap era in 2005: 2005-06 New York Islanders replaced Steve Stirling with Brad Shaw, missed playoffs New Jersey Devils replaced resigning Larry Robinson with Lou Lamoriello, made playoffs Pittsburgh Penguins replaced Ed Olczyk with Michel Therrien, missed playoffs Los Angeles Kings replaced John Torchetti with Andy Murray, missed playoffs Montreal Canadiens replaced Claude Julien with Bob Gainey, made playoffs 2006-07 Chicago Blackhawks replaced Trent Yawney with Denis Savard, missed playoffs St. Louis Blues replaced Mike Kitchen with Andy Murray, missed playoffs Philadelphia Flyers replaced Ken Hitchcock with John Stevens, misse...
Posted: 12/17/2018

Slumping Kings host streaking Jets
Winnipeg, meanwhile, has combined for 27 goals in its five-game winning streak to move to fourth in the NHL at 3.64 goals a game. Patrik Laine had a four-game point streak end in the win over Tampa Bay on Sunday, but Mark Scheifele and Dustin Byfuglien each extended his point streaks to five games, and Mathieu Perreault scored a goal for the fourth consecutive game. "Right now, I'm just riding the wave," Perreault told the Winnipeg Sun before Sunday's win.
Posted: 12/18/2018


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 17 9 6 2
AWAY 15 6 5 4
TOTAL 32 15 11 6

DECEMBER STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 5 4 1 0
AWAY 3 1 1 1
TOTAL 8 5 2 1

METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
WSH 32 20 9 3 43 122 100
CBJ 32 17 12 3 37 107 105
PIT 32 15 11 6 36 110 104
NYI 31 15 12 4 34 89 91
NYR 31 14 13 4 32 91 102
CAR 31 13 13 5 31 81 93
NJD 31 11 13 7 29 94 111
PHI 31 12 15 4 28 93 116

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. TBL 33 25 7 1 42 51
2. TOR 33 21 10 2 24 44
3. WSH 32 20 9 3 22 43
4. BUF 33 19 9 5 5 43
5. CBJ 32 17 12 3 2 37
6. PIT 32 15 11 6 6 36
7. MTL* 33 17 11 5 1 39
8. BOS* 32 17 11 4 4 38
9. NYI 31 15 12 4 -2 34
10. DET 34 14 15 5 -17 33
11. NYR 31 14 13 4 -11 32
12. OTT 34 14 16 4 -20 32
13. CAR 31 13 13 5 -12 31
14. FLA 31 12 13 6 -12 30
15. NJD 31 11 13 7 -17 29
16. PHI 31 12 15 4 -23 28
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