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STILL DOING JUST GREAT
In November 1987, Paul Coffey, a defenseman with unique offensive ability, was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins because Oiler owner Peter ...
Center of Attention
Slighted by NHL scouts, the Hartford Whalers' high-scoring John Cullen is now hard to overlook
Second Only To Sidney
Penguins center Evgeni Malkin, in his sophomore postseason, has emerged as an electric playmaker, and along with Sidney Crosby is giving Pittsburgh hockey's most dangerous one-two punch
The Penguins have the best player in hockey as well as its leading scorer, yet last year's Stanley Cup runner-up is still in desperate need of a rescue plan. It all starts with you, Kid
At Last After a fortnight filled with North American fervor, the Games sign off with--what else?--the U.S. vs. Canada for hockey gold
for the NHL Pittsburgh Penguins, was looking forward to the final when he pointed out that Lemieux, who owns the Penguins, "is a spectacular player. And, well ...
Who's Your Goalie?
An All-Star? A journeyman? A postseason neophyte? Playoff teams commit to one goaltender even when some, including top-seeded Detroit, might be wise to keep giving work to their backup
Friend or Foe? Childhood pals from the same Swedish town and the NHL's top MVP candidates, Colorado's Peter Forsberg and Vancouver's Markus Naslund may be on a collision course for the Stanley Cup
Six active NHL players, almost 1% of the league, were born in the dreary seaport (pop. ... Pittsburgh, and in '96 he was part of perhaps the dumbest deal in
OLD SARGE BECOMES A GENERAL
The rebirth of the St. Louis Blues began for real when Philly left Coach Al ... the Pittsburgh Penguins 1-0 on Defenseman Billy (Wuff 'n Weddy) ...
Stars on Ice
IN AND OUT The NHL plays its 2004 All-Star Game on Feb. ... Last year's MVP, Dany Heatley of the Thrashers, won't ... Pittsburgh Penguins.
Killing Them Softly Soft goals can do more than demoralize a team. They can change the course of a game--or a Stanley Cup series
Soft goals, as they are known in the blunt lexicon ofthe NHL, had prevented Toronto from taking a 3-1 series ... champion Pittsburgh Penguins of 1991 and ' 92.