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First Round of NHL Playoffs: The Battle for Pennsylvania

The two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins begin their playoff journey in hopes to capture their third straight title. Taking on in-state rival, the Philadelphia Flyers, the team that once upset them in the 2012 season. These two teams haven’t faced off in the playoffs in six years and …

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Penguins Defend Home Ice in Game 5

It is no secret that the Stanley Cup finals are the only competitive championship series in sports right now. Game 5, however, was anything but competitive. Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins made a statement at home in their 6-0 victory over the Nashville Predators. The scoring leaders for the …

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Stanley Cup Final – Game 2 Preview

The Penguins will be looking to extend their series lead at home tonight in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final. Meanwhile, the Predators will be coming with confidence after a great performance in Game 1. Games 3 and 4 will be played in Nashville, so a win tonight is …

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Who Will Advance To The Stanley Cup Final?

The Pittsburg Penguins are looking for their second consecutive chance at reaching the Stanley Cup finals but must beat the Ottawa Senators first. While the Senators are just one win away from reaching the cup final for the first time since 2007. Game 7 Expectations: This is the second year …

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NHL Playoffs Continue

The first round of the NHL Playoffs continues tonight with each team on their quest for the Stanley Cup. The road has been a long and daunting one, but the process of elimination has begun.  The Calgary Flames lost last night, making them the first team to be eliminated from …

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