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Fleury or Murray. Rock, paper, scissors. Home ice advantage, the Pirates and a boring guy who looks like a pirate.
Ottawa leads the Eastern Conference final 2-1 after a 5-1 thrashing of Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
Sorry, Sid. You're being outclassed by a couple of teammates in the playoffs.
The Pens may win the Eastern Conference final, but first, they have to survive it.
Phil Kessel scored the lone goal, as Marc-Andre Fleury recorded his second shutout in three games, his 10th-career playoff shutout.
Should the Penguins start Fleury or Murray in net vs. Ottawa? That, we don’t know.
NHL gives out three stars every game. After the Pens beat the Caps, we're giving out 30.
The Pittsburgh netminder made 29 saves while standing on his head. He was that good.
Crosby joins Marc-Andre Fleury, Ivan Nova James Conner and...T.J. Oshie's high stick that wasn't.
Pittsburgh is up 3-1 over Washington. This series is over. Dead.
Without Sidney Crosby, can the Penguins beat the Capitals? Win the Stanley Cup? A Q&A with Dave Lozo
Dave Lozo asks (himself) tough questions about the Pens advancing without their captain.
Is it his head or his knee? The team won't say. Will he be okay? The team won't say. Can they beat the Capitals without him? Yes.
Being lucky is good. Having Sidney Crosby is better.
But this time, Dave Lozo writes, the Caps will probably win.
We know the Blue Jackets weren’t very good in Round 1, and it’s only going to get tougher for Crosby and Co.
Dave Lozo thought the Penguins would sweep Columbus. They didn't, so here's a mailbag.
Scoring > hitting. That, we all know.
Having two playoff-tested goalies is better than one.
Pens drew first blood in victory over Columbus. Let's celebrate human frailty together.
Dave Lozo answers the tough questions about the Penguins playoff chances. Yes, he also asks them.