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Latest Dan Bylsma Items
Sidney Crosby has grown accustomed to getting jeered in opposing arenas. He's sure to get an earful tonight.
Everything you need to know as Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals face off against Sidney Crosby and the Penguins.
The Caps defenseman is one of 48 candidates for a spot on the United States Olympic team. Sometime around the first of the year, he'll get a phone call. He'll either be told see you in Sochi or thanks but no thanks. But he can't think about that.
Capitals defenseman John Carlson, 23, who scored the game-winner in the gold medal game at the 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, is among 48 players working out this week for USA Hockey officials at the Capitals' training complex.
The 42-year-old Bylsma is 201-92-25 in four-plus seasons with Pittsburgh and led the Penguins to the 2009 Stanley Cup. The Michigan native won the Jack Adams Award as the NHL Coach of the Year in 2011.
A day after signing coach Dan Bylsma to a two-year contract extension, the Penguins and star forward Evgeni Malkin agreed to a deal that will keep the 2012 NHL MVP and franchise cornerstone Sidney Crosby in the fold well into the next decade.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are keeping hockey's best one-two punch together through their primes and beyond.
Dan Bylsma couldn't avoid speculation about his status as the Penguins coach in the days following Pittsburgh's four-game pratfall against Boston in the Eastern Conference Finals, even in his own house.
Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask stopped 134 of 136 shots by a team that averaged 4.27 goals a game in its first two playoff series.