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Last Five Games
Record: 3-2-0
 11-24  CLB  4-2  W
 11-27  WPG  4-3  W
 11-28  COL  3-6  L
 12-1  PHI  2-4  L
 12-4  COL  6-3  W
August, 2005

Penguins scheduled for 10 national television games (31-Aug-2005)
The NHL has announced that the Penguins will appear 10 times on national television this season. The Pens will be on OLN seven times and NBC three times. The games can be found on the schedule section.

Penguins release training camp schedule (31-Aug-2005)
Practice sessions begin on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 8 a.m under the direction of head coach Eddie Olczyk and his staff. Practices and the training camp tournament will be open to the public, free of charge, from Sept. 14-18.

Fans may enter Gate 1 at Mellon Arena. Arena concession stands will be open.

The training camp schedule has the times of the open practice sessions.

Penguins re-sign Tarnstrom (29-Aug-2005)
The Penguins have announced that they've re-signed D Dick Tarnstrom to a one year, $1.6M deal, the amount he was awarded by an arbitrator.

Milan Kraft to play in Russia (26-Aug-2005)
Milan Kraft has signed with Avangard Omsk of the Russian Super League. The announcement can be found at http://www.hawk.ru/news.php?n_id_news=2379.

Malkin won't play for the Penguins this season (26-Aug-2005)
The Penguins' 2004 first round pick, Evgeni Malkin, will not be playing for the Pens this season. Malkin will remain with Metallurg Magnitogorsk for the upcoming season. An interview with Malkin discussing the situation can be found at http://rushockey.com/events.php?i=sl&stream=sl_interviews&id=291.

Three schedule changes (24-Aug-2005)
The team has announced three starting time changes. Dec. 3 vs Calgary will start at 7:00pm. Dec. 16 vs Buffalo will start at 7:00. Dec. 17 will start at 5:00pm. The updated schedule can be found here.

Individual game tickets announcement (17-Aug-2005)
The Penguins have announced that individual game tickets will go on sale on Saturday, September 17th at 10:00am. Tickets can be ordered at http://www.ticketmaster.com/artist/806005/?search_redirect=pittsburgh%20penguins.

Penguins re-sign Koltsov (16-Aug-2005)
The Pens have re-signed Konstantin Koltsov. Terms of the deal have not been released.

Pens sign LeClair and Poapst; re-sign Melichar (15-Aug-2005)
The Penguins pull the surprise (so far) of the offseason by signing 36 year old, five-time All Star John LeClair to a two year deal. The team also picked up 36 year old defenseman Steve Poapst and re-signed defenseman Josef Melichar.

Kris Beech accepts qualifying offer (10-Aug-2005)
The team announced today that C Kris Beech has accepted his qualifying offer of $899,745 for the upcoming season. The press release can be seen at http://www.pittsburghpenguins.com/team/press/arts/1287.0.php.

Penguins acquire G Jocelyn Thibault (10-Aug-2005)
A day after the Sean Burke flip-flop, the Pens acquire G Jocelyn Thibault from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for a 4th round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft and have signed him to a two-year, $3M deal. The press release can be seen at http://www.pittsburghpenguins.com/team/press/arts/1286.0.php and his career stats can be found at http://www.forecaster.info/post-gazette/hockey/player.cgi?0869.

Pens release 2005 preseason schedule (9-Aug-2005)
The Penguins have released a nine-game preseason schedule. The team plays Ottawa Washington three times, Columbus twice and Boston once.

Pens sign Palffy (6-Aug-2005)
The Penguins have signed forward Ziggy Palffy to a three-year, $13.5M contract. Palffy's career stats can be found at http://www.forecaster.info/post-gazette/hockey/player.cgi?0966.

Pens sign Roy (4-Aug-2005)
The Penguins sign tough-guy forward Andre Roy to a 3-year, $3M contract.

Penguins sign D Sergei Gonchar (3-Aug-2005)
The Pens have signed unrestricted free agent D Sergei Gonchar to a 5 year, $25 million contract. Gonchar's career info can be found at http://www.forecaster.info/post-gazette/hockey/player.cgi?0788.

Crosby to appear on The Tonight Show (2-Aug-2005)
Sidney Crosby is scheduled to be on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Thursday, August 4th. Also scheduled are Rob Schneider and musical guest, Michael Penn. Crosby will also be interviewed by Vanity Fair magazine while in Los Angeles. There will also be an article about him in Reader's Digest which is expected to be published in October.

Pens make qualifying offer to 13 players (1-Aug-2005)
The Penguins have made qualifying offers to 13 players: Colby Armstrong, Kris Beech ($899,745 qualifying offer), Shane Endicott ($643,720), Matt Hussey ($450,000), David Koci, Konstantin Koltsov ($817,950), Guillaume Lefebvre ($450,000), Ryan Malone ($522,500), Josef Melichar ($585,200), Matt Murley, Michel Ouellet, Martin Strbak ($459,800), and Dick Tarnstrom ($1.064 million).

The restricted free agents who were not offered a contract were Matt Bradley, Michal Rozsival, Steve Crampton and Darcy Robinson.

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