Pens have lost seven of eight
PITTSBURGH -- The bad losses are mounting, the confidence is sliding, rumors of a coaching change are swirling.
The Pittsburgh Penguins, one of the NHL's best teams the past two seasons, are going through what lesser teams endure, and they obviously don't like it. The problem is they don't seem to know how to stop it.
This is a team that only seven months ago came within two victories of winning the Stanley Cup. It has two world-class players in Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin and ...
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