This entrance by the nWo in the late 1990s during the Monday Night War is exactly how I feel about the Penguins anytime they enter trade talks.
As seen on Twitter yesterday, and this graphic, the Penguins made a blockbuster of a move by acquiring center Derick Brassard from the Ottawa Senators. Its a three way deal, as it involves the Vegas Golden Knights. This deal didn't come without issues as the initial deal was rejected by the league, but after a couple of tweaks, the deal was finally made official by the league. Gone are Ryan Reaves to Vegas, and Ian Cole to Ottawa, but in is Brassard.
As for tonights game, the Pens are in Sunrise, FL to take on the Panthers. Going into this game, the Pens are coming off a relatively easy 6-1 victory against the Hurricanes, where Cam Ward became a giant piss baby as usual. Right now the Pens sit a top of the Metrosexual standings with 76 points, Caps and Flyers both in 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Derick Brassard is a Pittsburgh Penguin.
Vegas is keeping 40% of Brassards salary through this year and next year.
So he'll cost roughly $3 million on the books.
The Penguins look to extend their win streak to seven tonight.
Roberto Luongo and his speech on Parkland, Florida is fantastic. ---> Watch is here (click this). (Courtesy of FoxSportsFlorida).
Did we mention Derick Brassard is a Penguin?
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Our gameday graphic is via the @Penguins website, we were too unoriginal to create one.
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Derick Brassard has the third most amount of playoff points since 2012-13 in the Eastern Conference.
As noted by Josh Yohe, the Pens didn't really plan on using Ryan Reaves in the playoffs.
Both Jake Guentzel and Phil Kessel played extremely well last night.
Guentzel managed to hit the 20 goal plateau.
So did Sidney Crosby.
Evgeni Malkin sits tied for 2nd in points.
Cam Ward is still a giant piss baby
Look for Luongo vs Jarry tonight.
Deer god those lines! <---Imagine having to stop that.
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