Sidney Crosby

This has been a very intriguing date in National Hockey League history. It has provided us with a new all-time leading scorer for players born in Europe. A handful of goaltending milestones were reached, some big moments in Pittsburgh, a very busy night in 1992, and even regular-season overtime was put on a 41-year hiatus.
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Fans in Pittsburgh were given two huge reasons to celebrate on this date over the years. Also, on June 12, two of the greatest players in National Hockey League history were bestowed big honors. Let’s hop inside the THW time machine and take a trip back through the years and relive all the best memories.
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This date has been very eventful in the history of the National Hockey League. A generational talent in Pittsburgh was the youngest ever to hit a particular milestone. This date has been kind to goaltenders and has also given us plenty of memories in the crease. Let’s take our daily trip back in time to
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Despite a three-point performance and first star honors in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, Sidney Crosby’s night would be defined by a scrum with P.K. Subban and a water bottle. USA TODAY’s “For The Win” called Crosby’s Game 5 “a night of bad behavior,” and that seems to sum it up. However, many have
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These overtime games are getting exhausting for the Pittsburgh Penguins. They are like a student constantly asking for an extension on an assignment. Is it really that hard to win a game in regulation? Watching it is tiring, like the way players’ legs must feel postgame. The fight in this Penguins team is admirable, but
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The Pittsburgh Penguins have played a ridiculous amount of hockey these past two years. After going all the way to a championship in 2016, they barely had enough time to eat French fries out of the Cup before their stars were whisked away for the World Cup of Hockey. Between two four-round postseasons, the World Cup,
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It took 213 games, 49 of those playoffs appearances, to make history. It was the 66th playoff series in Penguins history and the 87th game of the 2017 playoffs — some things are just meant to be. Kris Letang hadn’t played since February, they were outshot in more than 70% of games played these playoffs, and
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Happy New Year as we turn the clock to 2021, and boy, does this year feel different with how the NHL season aligns with the calendar. The Zambonis have been fueled, the ice has been flooded, and the Pittsburgh Penguins have begun training camp on the 2020-21 NHL season. With the unpredictability of a 56-game
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