I do almost kinda sorta daily videos over on viddler and decided to post one here from the Pen’s game tonight. Fun times! xoxo
The Pens are awesome, in more ways than just on the ice. This is why I enjoy hockey so much over a lot of the other major sports. You don’t hear many stories of hockey players involved in shootings, drugs, or other crime. Here they are, visiting kids in the hospital over the holidays and…
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The famous Canadian hockey broadcaster talks with WTAE’s Andrew Stockey in Pittsburgh after Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final against Detroit.
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Only 43 days til hockeyy season!! I’m so pumped, how bout you? We almost died this summer, thankfully the NHL network kept us alive. Well Enjoy, Comment & Subscribe
Game 2 of the Finals. As the game is winding down, Zetterberg and Malkin set the tone for Game 3. Your #1 source for hockey news: www.illegalcurve.com
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This tribute to the pittsburgh penguins was played following their 8-0 victory over the Minnesota Stars in 1991. Lemieux’s and Pittsburgh first Stanley Cup.