Pittsburgh Penguins

Five on Three: March 28th- Wang Looking to Sell Isles

by Anthony Pucik
The Islanders might have a new owner by the time they call the Barclays home

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Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Nick Logerfo talk about the latest news regarding Charles Wang wanting to sell the New York Islanders, what it means for the team and whether or not it will be a good move. 

Also, the three talk about the Devils' struggles in the shootout and how that might be the reason they don't make the playoffs. They also comment on the Rangers' recent success, and whether or not their top lines will start scoring soon. 

Five on Three: February 28th- Trade Rumors

by Anthony Pucik

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Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Marelle Cerven review the Olypmic tournament, Canada's gold medal and Latvia's surprising play. Also, Dan Girardi's contract extension and all the rumors surronding the three local teams before the trade dealine, as well as a look at the final Stadium Series game between the Penguins and Blackhawks. 

Doc Emrick Joins One on One from Pittsburgh

by Julian Atienza

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Mike "Doc" Emrick voice of the NHL on NBC and proud WFUV member joined Nolan Silbernagel and Matt Sinise to give his take on the NHL Conference finals. He breaks down diffrent aspects of the matchups between LA and Chicago as well as the keys to the Boston- Pittsburgh series. Doc explains why he expects both finals to be drawn out battles and disscusses which teams he thinks will prevail.

Islanders Bounced from First Round, Skate off to Standing Ovation

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr | MikeL

It's not often you see a team skate off to a standing ovation, but that's what went down Saturday night in the final Islanders game to be played at the Nassau Coliseum. They gave the fans one heck of a show, leading the Penguins 3-2 14:44 into the 3rd before a Paul Martin shot found the back of the net and sent the game to Overtime. The Isles continued the offensive, as they had all game, but it was a chance off the stick of a Penguin, Brooks Orpik, that ended the game 4-3 and the series 4-2.