1. Get yourself a Twitter account.
4. Place #tpbpp in your Tweet.
Just get it in before the puck drops in Calgary tonight.
2) Primary and Secondary assists are not necessary.
We'll see who picked the correct goal scorer and start whittling down from there.
So it won't hurt to put guesses for the assists in there.
3) Tiebreaker: People closest to the minute mark wins.
Example: Joke#1 guesses the 14-minute mark.
Joke#2 guesses the 15-minute mark.
Goal scored at 14:33. Joke #2 wins.
If the Pens score at 14:30, kill yourself.
The funniest thing is we made all these rules...
thinking the PP will actually score tonight.
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At some point in time, Evgeni Malkin will score a goal.
"The coach is treating Sykora with less respect than a rookie."
-- Allan Walsh on Twitter
Malkin should be beyond that. He is no kid. He's 23. This is his fourth NHL season. He is a scoring champion, a Stanley Cup champion and a Conn Smythe Trophy winner as playoffs MVP. He shouldn't still need Gonchar to hold his hand through the tough times. It's enough to make you wonder what will happen to him if the Penguins don't do a new contract with Gonchar and allow him to leave as a free agent after the season.
Can you say Jaromir Jagr?
-Ron Cook, PG 1/11/10
Pittsburgh held an optional practice at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on Sunday. One player who did not participate was defenseman Brooks Orpik, who left the team’s 4-1 victory at Toronto on Saturday night with an undisclosed injury in the first period after playing only 2:57.
As for the Leafs, they have problems. That's putting it mildly. But Burke has at least one thing in common with Ray Shero: he has a plan and he sticks to it. Burke's tried to put his mark on this team, but has been largely handcapped by bad decisions and awful contracts handed out before his arrival. And it probably doesn't help that Charlie is throwing pebbles at his son's window.