Pens website gets it.
"The entertainment value of practice just went up. A lot more cameras were around. I’m sure he put them there. It’s great because Max is a big part of our team on the ice and off the ice. It’s always good to have him around as often as we can. We missed him."
-- Bill Guerin
To celebrate, here's Talbot "translating" for MAF in Toronto.
Looking for Penguins news? Go to hell.
No news is good news.
This weeks behind the photoshop expo is from Kevbo, aka the TheFanDangler.
Kevbo possess some good skills, and might be our meanest conceptional photoshopper to date.
The gallery after the jump.
Tons of stuff we have been meaning to catch up on and announce.
This post will be to serve that.
After the jump, details on the following:
- A call to arms for stories about the Mellon Arena.
- A Halloween contest.
- Jobber of the week.
- Our new online hockey equipment affiliate.
- Massive storeblog overhaul.
Jay Mckee is like a final boss in a '90s video game right now.
Nearly impossible to beat.
Mike Rupp is scoring like it's his job.
It is a good time to be alive.
It is still way too early to be sucking each other's jarg-ons, but with every win, the Pens are creating a cushion for the tough times that can befall a hockey team throughout a season.
As for this game, Tampa Bay thought it would be a good idea to give Steve Downie playing time.
Medics rushed to the Bolts' locker room to see if they could find a pulse on Vinny Lecavalier.
Sarge Gonch had another big night, and the Pens kind of just put it in cruise.
Dating back to when he returned in the regular season last year,
the Pens' record with Sergei Gonchar in the lineup is 25-5-1.
That is staggering.
What's even more staggering is that Malkin and Bing haven't even gotten hot yet.
[Image: Empty Netters]
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You can submit questions via the discussion tab for the Crash the Net segments or Penguins Hotline after the game.
It's the the beginning of a five game homestand for the Penguins.
They went 4-0 on their recent road trip and are now returning home.
It's also the season debut of the blue third jerseys and another return home for Ryan Malone.
"The Tampa Bay Lightning, which arrived to Pittsburgh late Friday and held a dinner-time practice at Mellon Arena, conducted an optional morning skate Saturday. One of the players opting not to skate was former Penguin Ryan Malone, who instead caught up with some old teammates."
-- The Penguins official site
"Pittsburgh South" is no more as Malone is the only former Pen playing with the Lightning now.
Is this song still funny?
Kudos To Ben Koo and Derek Hanson for getting all of the hockey bloggers on bloguin together and having a weekly power rankings list. [Bloguin NHL]
We've never been ones to do power rankings, but it is actually fun to vote the Flyers last. But our vote couldn't keep them out of the top ten.
God, Toronto sucks.
Big game tonight.
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