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Bryan Trottier: a Champion & a Career Penguin

Unsung checking forward Bryan Trottier had a fairy tale career with the Pittsburgh Penguins, rising from nowhere to become a key role-player for hockey's most decorated franchise. His story is a lesson in perseverance and dedication. (parody)

Video: Kasparaitis nails Gretzky, per request

An obscure moment from history: The time Darius Kasparaitis answered Stan Fischler's request, checked Wayne Gretzky hard ... and then scored seconds later.

The Lost Milbury Files: Darius Kasparaitis

The tale of Darius Kasparaitis, a fan favorite draftee of Bill Torrey and another beloved New York Islander sent packing by Mike Milbury.

My Dearest Mario, I Trust You're Done Re-Thinking?

Mario Lemieux was vocally critical of the NHL's discipline handed out to the New York islanders after his Pittsburgh Penguins were blown out in February 2011. Which makes his team's performance in the playoffs against the Philadelphia Flyers just another joke.

Matt Cooke being the Dr. Jekyll to the Pens Mr. Hyde

really? i was under the impression that Mario specifically said that Cooke had no job with the team this coming season...guess not.

Working Link to Clarkie's "Mario" Interview

Ignore the summary. Just click on the podcast.

NBC Sports on Lemieux's Comments

Shero "talked" to Cooke. Guess that showed him!

Mild Fischler Rebuke of Mario

But you should have seen him during the second intermission of the Carolina-Devils game. He was absolutely livid tearing into Lemieux and the Pens. When Daneyko tried to give Talbot some credit for answering the bell with Haley, Fischler lit into him as well and started talking about the Martin imbroglio when he went turtle. Great TV!

Howie Rose's WFAN interview, plus thoughts on Isles/Pens mess

Howie Rose appeared on WFAN defending the Islanders from some of the more ridiculous criticism around the league. His answers illustrate some issues with the NHL.

This Day in History, 1993: Islanders force Game 7 on Penguins

Sixteen years ago today: The Islanders win a wild 7-5 game at Nassau Coliseum to force Game 7 of their historic upset of the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.

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