LetsGoPens.com
Game Database 1967-2014 | Message Board
Logo image
Penguins Countdown:
Sections
blank image
Home
blank image
blank image
Schedule
blank image
blank image
Results
blank image
blank image
Standings
blank image
blank image
Pens Roster
blank image
blank image
Pens Stats
blank image
blank image
Pens Injuries
blank image
blank image
Pens Transactions
blank image
blank image
Newspaper Headlines
blank image
blank image
Practice Schedule
blank image
blank image
Pens Info
blank image
blank image
Tomas' Translations
blank image
blank image
Netwolf's Camp Reports
blank image
blank image
Multimedia
blank image
blank image
Pens History
blank image
blank image
Pens Records
blank image
blank image
NHL CBA
blank image
blank image
Pens Links
blank image
blank image
Contact
blank image
blank image
blank image
blank image
 
Support LetsGoPens.com!

 
Poll Question
In which place will the Pens finish this season in the Metropolitan Division?
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7rh
8th
     Results
 
Last Five Games
Record: 2-3-0
 5-5  NYR  2-0  W
 5-7  NYR  4-2  W
 5-9  NYR  1-5  L
 5-11  NYR  1-3  L
 5-13  NYR  1-2  L
 
June, 2004

2004 NHL Draft selections (28-Jun-2004)
The Penguins selected highly touted prospect C Evgeni Malkin with the second pick in the 2004 NHL Draft. The rest of the picks were as follows: 31st overall C Johannes Salmonsson; 61st overall D Alex Goligoski; 67th pick RW Nick Johnson; 85th C Brian Gifford; 99th C Tyler Kennedy; 130th D Michal Sersen; 164th RW Moises Gutierrez; 194th D Chris Peluso; 222nd C Jordan Morrison; 228th G David Brown; 259th C Brian Ihnacak.

The Post-Gazette has info on each of the draftees at http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/04180/338686.stm.

Lemieux Press Conference (10-Jun-2004)
Mario Lemieux held a press conference today before the start of his charity golf tournament. Lemieux said that he had received offers in regards to selling the team but currently the team is not for sale. He stated that the upcoming slots bill in Pennsylvania is the only way a new arena will be built in Pittsburgh. He also said that he would play in this summer's World Cup for Canada and for the Penguins next season even if there is a lockout. The press conference can be heard at http://pittsburghpenguins.com/team/features/arts/834.0.php.

Coffey and Murphy to be inducted into the Hall of Fame (9-Jun-2004)
Ex-Pens Paul Coffey and Larry Murphy have been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the Player Category. Ray Bourque will also be inducted on Monday, November 8th, at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.

Back to main page

 
Advertisement



Copyright © 1995-2014, LetsGoPens.com - Privacy Policy   [5-13-289] Last modified: Sep 30, 2014 - 7:07am
e-mail Pittsburgh Penguins