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Ron Cook: Penguins-Flyers rivalry not what it once was

As teams square off Sunday night at PPG Paints Arena, it's a good time to take stock of Pittsburgh's best rivalries

Malkin’s absence felt on power play

The Penguins, locked in a tight divisional race, could get Evgeni Malkin back from injury as soon as Sunday.

NHL’s Canadian teams redeem themselves

The NHL's Canadian clubs have bounced back in a big way, but the Penguins' Canadian-born players have been too busy to notice.

Penguins recall defenseman Warsofsky from AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

Warsofsky played in six games for the Penguins earlier this season. His most recent NHL appearance was Jan. 16.

Postgame: Islanders 4, Penguins 3 (SO)

The Penguins battled back to get a point. The outcome was pleasing to most, but not all.

Penguins lose to Islanders in shootout

The Penguins are one of the NHL's finest teams on home ice, but their record at home isn't perfect. And it got a bit worse Friday night.

Penguins vs. Islanders Recap: Shootout is a fickle mistress, Pens lose

The Penguins score a 3rd period goal to earn a point and go to overtime but they can't score there and eventually fall to John Tavares and the Islanders 4-3 on Friday night.

Mike Sullivan defends Sidney Crosby after slash incident vs. Senators

Senators owner Eugene Melnyk called Crosby a "whiner" and said he should face a serious suspension after an unpenalized slash Thursday.

Sean Gentille: Sidney Crosby might deserve a mini-suspension for finger chop

Senators owner Eugene Melnyk thinks Sidney Crosby should sit for as long as Marc Methot is injured. He's crazy, but he might not be totally wrong.

No discipline for Crosby for slashing off Methot’s fingertip

Sidney Crosby will not be subjected to any discipline for a slash that ripped off the fingertip of Marc Methot, per NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly, who told ESPN the league is not investigating the