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Schultz, Penguins defeat Red Wings in OT

Guentzel gets five points in victory; Nyquist scores twice for Detroit

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Justin Schultz scored 27 seconds into overtime to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 6-5 win against the Detroit Red Wings at PPG Paints Arena.

Detroit's Gustav Nyquist tied it 5-5 with his second goal of the game with two minutes remaining.

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Eichel scores in OT to give Sabres win against Penguins

Pominville adds pair of goals for Buffalo; Tennyson, Maatta score for Pittsburgh

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Jack Eichel scored less than a minute into overtime to give the Buffalo Sabres a 4-3 win against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Pegula Ice Arena on the Penn State campus in University Park, Pennsylvania.

Defenseman Matt Tennyson tied it 3-3 with 2:39 remaining after defenseman Olli Maatta scored a power-play goal at 8:12 of the third period to put the Penguins ahead 3-2 in their preseason opener.

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Short Shifts

Ducks or Penguins? Crosby, Lemieux are linemates ... for Oregon football

Teammates lined up next to each other have coincidental last names

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It turns out Ducks and Penguins have more in common than you may have thought.

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Training Camp

Upbeat Malkin talking good game for Penguins

Center jovial, entertaining with quest beginning for Stanley Cup three-peat

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

CRANBERRY, Pa. -- Evgeni Malkin was in a good mood Saturday.

After scoring twice in a morning scrimmage, the 31-year-old center held his first media session during Pittsburgh Penguins training camp. He smiled when asked if he missed speaking with local reporters.

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Training Camp

Crosby has faith in new-look Penguins

Captain says two-time defending champions can rely on 'experienced guys'

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

CRANBERRY, Pa. -- Sidney Crosby realizes the Pittsburgh Penguins lost several key pieces during the offseason. That won't make the captain panic, though.

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Short Shifts

Crosby, Malkin surprise subscribers on season-ticket delivery day

Penguins stars come out to thank fans, present packages to supporters

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The Pittsburgh Penguins have the perfect way to deliver tickets to their season subscribers.

Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby, Kris Letang and the rest of the players became delivery boys Wednesday, surprising season-ticket holders with their ducats for the 2017-18 season.

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fantasy

Fantasy spin: Healthy Letang could be bargain

Penguins defenseman cleared for contact, joins top five rankings at position

by Pete Jensen @NHLJensen / NHL.com Senior Fantasy Editor

When Kris Letang of the Pittsburgh Penguins is healthy, few defensemen are more valuable from a fantasy standpoint.

So, with news that Letang has been cleared for contact entering training camp and could return for Pittsburgh's regular-season opener against the St. Louis Blues on Oct. 4, the fantasy landscape among defensemen has been altered. Letang, previously ranked 58th overall (ninth among defensemen) and safely projected for 52 points by NHL.com, now joins the top five at his position (34th overall) with higher point expectations (56).

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Training Camp

Letang hopes to play in Penguins opener

Defenseman cleared for contact prior to training camp after neck surgery in April

by Wes Crosby / NHL.com Correspondent

SEWICKLEY, Pa. -- Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang hopes to play when the regular season begins Oct. 4 after being cleared for contact entering training camp.

Before participating in the Penguins' 30th annual Summer Sticks Golf Classic at Allegheny Country Club on Tuesday, Letang said he felt healthy but did not want to guarantee he would be available when the Penguins play the St. Louis Blues at PPG Paints Arena to open the season. He had season-ending neck surgery on April 13 to repair a herniated disk.

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Season Preview

Murray not satisfied despite success with Penguins

Goalie, two-time Cup winner hoping to remain healthy, have bigger role

by Dan Rosen @drosennhl / NHL.com Senior Writer

NEW YORK -- Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Matt Murray isn't a fan of labels, titles or assumptions.

Murray, who at 23 years old is a back-to-back Stanley Cup champion, goes into training camp this week as the No. 1 goalie ahead of newcomer Antti Niemi and without a hint of controversy because former Penguins No. 1 Marc-Andre Fleury is now with the Vegas Golden Knights.

Just don't tell Murray all of that. He's not buying it.

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NHL Insider

College players proving beneficial to Penguins

Building blocks of back-to-back Stanley Cup winners came from NCAA Division I men's hockey

by Mike G. Morreale @mikemorrealeNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

BUFFALO -- The Pittsburgh Penguins are proving that NCAA Division I men's hockey is much more than just another development path to reaching the NHL.

With proper patience and timing, it could offer the building blocks to create a championship-caliber program.

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