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Coach Sullivan: "We've got a great group here. We've got a chance to make history again."

Check out the first episode of the new season of In The Room below.

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In a back-and-forth, penalty-filled affair, the Penguins earned a hard-fought two points against the Rangers, defeating them 5-4 in overtime. Evgeni Malkin was credited with the OT GWG and 4 points (1G-3A) total, while Phil Kessel scored 43 seconds into the game and had 3 points (1G-2A) total. Patric Hornqvist also had a multi-point effort with 1G-1A--2 Pts. Sidney Crosby tied the game and sent it to overtime with only 56 seconds remaining in the 3rd period. Despite putting the Rangers on the man-advantage 6 times, the Penguins managed to outshoot them 33-32.

Goal replays →
Kessel: pens.pe/2xNVKsk
Hagelin: pens.pe/2ywhRqK
Hornqvist: pens.pe/2ziCoN5
Crosby: pens.pe/2gus9l3
Malkin: pens.pe/2yrKPZQ

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Tonight at 7:00PM ET, the Penguins take on their divisional rival, the New York Rangers, at Madison Square Garden. Coming into this matchup, the Rangers are desperate to get more traction as the season rapidly accelerates-- they currently hold a 1-5-0 record. Meanwhile, the Penguins are looking to pick up their fourth win of the season.
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Sidney Crosby led the Penguins to victory over the Florida Panthers, scoring twice in Pittsburgh's 4-3 victory. Greg McKegg scored his first goal (a short-handed tally) in a Penguins uniform. Netminder Matt Murray stopped 43 of 46 shots. The Pens are back in action Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden to face off against the Rangers.

Goal replays →
Crosby (1): pens.pe/2yMpfQ5
McKegg: pens.pe/2wZVMhl
Hornqvist: pens.pe/2kT7Ejx
Crosby (2): pens.pe/2wZHSM4
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It was a PENG-WIN last night in Washington, D.C. as Pittsburgh skated to a 3-2 victory over Washington. Patric Hornqvist returned to the lineup and earned 1G-1A. He was the only Penguins player to record more than one point. Each of the Penguins' 3 goals came on the power play. Pittsburgh's puck management limited Washington to only 22 shots, 7 of which came from Alex Ovechkin.

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Letang: pens.pe/2gzytEO
Hornqvist: pens.pe/2yH6mOL
Sheary: pens.pe/2g5xOdo

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Crosby vs. the Capitals is always a classic!

Tune in on NBCSN at 7:30PM ET as the Penguins take on the Capitals for Wednesday Night Rivalry.

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PENGUINS WIN! The Penguins shut out the Predators at home tonight, 4-0. Matt Murray has not allowed a goal to Nashville in 206:26 (and counting). Olli Maatta earned his 2nd goal in as many home games. Ryan Reaves had two fights and a goal, prompting the crowd to chant "REAVES! REAVES!" more than once.

Goal replays →
Malkin: pens.pe/2yPbigu
Guentzel: pens.pe/2kxkPWX
Reaves: pens.pe/2xqjFTe
Maatta: pens.pe/2y1Uy6g
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Check out our pump up video from opening night before the pre-game video. So many lasers and LED bracelets!

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The Penguins were defeated by the Blackhawks 10-1 last night in Chicago. The Penguins return home on Saturday to face the Nashville Predators

Letang on Niemi and Murray: "I would say I'm sorry. They deserve better than that."

Coach Sullivan: "The responsibility falls on me."

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Kessel: See below

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Last night, the Penguins raised their 2017 Stanley Cup Champions banner and played the Blues. Despite a late two-goal comeback to tie the game, the Pittsburgh fell to St. Louis, 5-4 OT. Look below to check out the incredible pre-game video that was shown yesterday.

Schultz: pens.pe/2y1vZrS
Maatta: pens.pe/2xVMfZD
Crosby: pens.pe/2hPo2jI
Sheary: pens.pe/2yqJaUS

Full banner raising ceremony: pens.pe/2gdaWcE
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