Pittsburgh Penguins

  • Goals For
    241 GF
  • Goals Against
    199 GA
  • Power Play %
    18.4 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    84.4 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    693 PIM
  • Trevor Daley surprises young hockey players, firefighters with Stanley Cup visit
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    Trevor Daley surprises young hockey players, firefighters with Stanley Cup visit

    Trevor Daley had his day with the Stanley Cup on Saturday, taking it through Toronto, surprising young hockey players at a local rink and firefighters at a local station. He also held a private viewing party for family and friends inside a local bar, as per the Toronto Sun. Daley’s post-season came to an end in the Eastern Conference Final when he suffered a broken ankle. His absence tested the depth of the Penguins blue line as the playoffs pressed on, but Pittsburgh was ultimately able to power its way to a championship. When Sidney Crosby handed off the Stanley Cup, the first player it went to was Daley, whose mother was battling cancer. “He had been through some different playoffs, but getting

  • Being named Oilers captain would be ‘one of the greatest honors,’ says McDavid
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    Being named Oilers captain would be ‘one of the greatest honors,’ says McDavid

    It began gaining momentum well before Connor McDavid even finished his rookie season, the prospect that the young phenom had what it takes to become captain of the Edmonton Oilers. Wayne Gretzky had his say, in an interview with the National Post last season. “I have a great deal of respect for him. In my point of view, I think he’s mature enough that he can handle it at any age,” said The Great One, the Oilers captain when that franchise was a dynasty in the 1980s. McDavid’s highly anticipated rookie season was interrupted with a shoulder injury, but he returned to play in 45 games, with 48 points. He was named a finalist for the Calder Trophy, and there was plenty of healthy debate for his