You might be expecting one of the views to say something along the lines of, "Matt Murray was a little too pedestrian."
"That's hockey." Matt Murray spoke those two words, soon after he and the Penguins had fallen, 5-1, to the Flyers in Game 2.
After a 7-0 result in Game 1, it was easy for fans, and maybe the Penguins themselves, to look past the Flyers and expect a similar result the rest of...
The Penguins emergency goalie isn't some random stranger off the street. When Matt Murray sat out Thursday's practice at the Lemieux Sports Complex, they literally stayed in-house.
With the Penguins holding a 1-0 series lead after taking Game 1 with a 7-0 win, what do the Penguins need to do to hold serve at PPG Paints Arena.
Honestly, who concocted this concept that the Penguins should, for any reason at all, clear their minds of Game 1?
The Penguins second power-play unit, which welcomed back Derick Brassard, contributed a timely goal in Game 1 win over the Flyers.
A day after making 24 saves in a 7-0 shutout win over the Flyers in Game 1 of the Penguins' first-round series, Matt Murray was not at practice. And neither...
Brian Elliott will be right back in the Flyers' net for Game 2, from the sound of Dave Hakstol following practice Thursday.
In the spirit of brotherly love, let's just say we now hold two truths to be excruciatingly self-evident.
Bobby Clarke might have cracked a dozen ankles. Paul Holmgren might have clubbed someone senseless.
Goalie Brian Elliott lets Flyers down in 7-0 Game 1 loss to Penguins.
Highlight reel goals from Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin lead the Penguins to convincing 7-0 win over Flyers in Game 1.
Welcome, folks, to a new complement to Sunday's Best — this piece full of my words based on my observations from ice level rather than the photos I take while...
If you would have predicted a Game 1 shutout for Matt Murray, but then said he would only be the third star (or fourth, but Evgeni Malkin got snubbed), I...
Occasionally, there is a story that finds a place on the site, and it feels like it should have a little more than a photo.
In their own words, we asked what would a third straight Stanley Cup would mean to them and to the Penguins.