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Division Games Dominate Upcoming Slate for Penguins
October 27, 2013
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Division Games Dominate Upcoming Slate for Penguins

Only four of the Penguins’ first 11 opponents have been from the Metropolitan Division. They played the Toronto Maple Leafs Saturday of the Atlantic Division. Now they are looking at a heavy dose of division games over the next four weeks. Beginning with a matchup Monday at Carolina, four of their next five games, six of...

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Mike Bales Named Penguins Goaltending Coach
August 19, 2013
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Mike Bales Named Penguins Goaltending Coach

The Pittsburgh Penguins have promoted Mike Bales to goaltending coach, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero and head coach Dan Bylsma. Bales, 42, has spent the previous two years as the Penguins goaltender development coach, where he was responsible for working with and assisting in...

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Rob Scuderi, Pittsburgh Penguins Agree to Four-year Deal
July 05, 2013
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Rob Scuderi, Pittsburgh Penguins Agree to Four-year Deal

The Pittsburgh Penguins are bringing back defenseman Rob Scuderi. He was an unrestricted free agent and agreed to a four-year contract with them this afternoon. The deal will carry a salary-cap hit of $ 3.375 million. Scuderi, 34, was the Penguins’ fifth-round draft choice in 1998. He was a member of their Stanley...

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Kris Letang Wants to Finish his Career in Pittsburgh
July 04, 2013
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Kris Letang Wants to Finish his Career in Pittsburgh

For defenseman Kris Letang, there was no place he’d rather be than in Pittsburgh playing for the Penguins. Letang, 26, is entering the final year of his contract and had been negotiating, along with his agent Kent Hughes, with Penguins general manager Ray Shero on an extension. As the conversations progressed, Letang had only...

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Pittsburgh Penguins Fans Disappointed But Hopeful
June 04, 2013
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Pittsburgh Penguins Fans Disappointed But Hopeful

Babies in jerseys, men with letters on their chests and women with fake beards — not only because it’s the Stanley Cup, but because it’s the Pittsburgh Penguins. In addition to a sold-out crowd at Consol Energy Center on Monday night, about 6,000 more fans set up chairs, coolers and even couches to watch the...

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