Matt Hunwick scored 1:29 into overtime, lifting the Penguins over the Islanders 4-3. The Pens host Toronto tomorrow night at 7.
The (13-10-3) Pittsburgh Penguins visit (6-15-4) Buffalo tonight at 7. Listen on 106.3 The River & 1063theriver.com beginning at 6:30 for the pregame.
The Pittsburgh Penguins placed goaltender Matt Murray on injured reserve with a lower-body injury. Coach Mike Sullivan called Murray “week to week” after the 23-year-old left Monday’s win over Philly in the second period following a collision with Flyers forward Jakub Voracek.
Sidney Crosby redirected Kris Letang’s shot past Brian Elliott 1:48 into overtime as the Penguins rallied for a 5-4 victory over the Flyers. The Pens, who lost goaltender Matt Murray in the second period with a leg injury, visit Buffalo Friday night.
Conor Sheary scored the game-winner 16 seconds into overtime as the Penguins topped the Sabres 5-4. Phil Kessel scored his eighth goal of the season and has lit the lamp in four straight games. (10-7-3) Pittsburgh visits (8-3-5) Ottawa tomorrow night.
Tonight in the NHL (9-7-3) Pittsburgh hosts (5-9-3) Buffalo at 7 o’clock, join 106.3 The River & 1063theriver.com at 6:30 for the pregame.
Justin Schultz scored in his return from a concussion, Matt Murray stopped 24 shots and the Penguins beat the Coyotes 3-1. Evgeni Malkin scored his team-high seventh goal and added two assists. Phil Kessel also had a goal and two assists for the (9-6-2) Pens, who visit (8-7-1) Washington Friday night.
Evgeni Malkin scored a power-play goal in the third period to lift the Penguins to a 3-2 victory over the Oilers. The Pens visit Calgary tonight at 9 o’clock. Join 106.3 The River & 1063theriver.com at 8:30 for the Pens pregame.
Phil Kessel’s 300th career goal at 1:07 of overtime lifted the Penguins to a 2-1 victory over the Jets. Pittsburgh is (7-3-1) and leads the Metropolitan Division by three points. The Pens visit Minnesota tomorrow night, listen live on 106.3 The River & 1063theriver.com after the Ohio State/Penn State game.
Phil Kessel scored 42 seconds into overtime to push the Penguins past the Oilers 2-1. Ian Cole also scored for Pittsburgh and Matt Murray stopped 29 shots. The Pens host Winnipeg tomorrow night.