The Olympics have brought out a plethora of articles in the middle of the night, so it has gotten quite tough to keep up. Here are a bunch from over the past week:
From the Tribune Review:
- Finland players refuse to believe Maatta is 19 years old.
- Ray Shero and Dan Bylsma continue along on the same page, no matter the stage.
- Non-Olympics: The Penguins have goalie depth that is quietly overlooked.
From the Post Gazette:
- Saturday will bring a new chapter of USA-Russia, with memories of the 1980 Miracle on Ice drifting away.
- Brooks Orpik isn’t just happy be to be at the Olympics, but at the same time, he is.
- Dan Bylsma’s journey since being named head coach of the Penguins continues to be a dream.
- Evgeni Malkin just wanted a puppy growing up, but he’s gotten so much more (tell that to the puppy).
- Non-Olympics: Dupuis finally underwent surgery.
- Henrik Zetterberg is out for the Olympics with a back injury, providing Sweden with another big injury loss.
- Jaromir Jagr now has two goals in two Olympic games this year…and he doesn’t plan on stopping.
- Could this be the last Olympics with NHL players for a while?
Asked if he’d score in every game in this tournament, @68Jagr said: “Yeah, probably.” Then he winked and walked away.
— Nick Cotsonika (@cotsonika) February 14, 2014
- Slovenia may have lost their Olympic debut, but you can’t take away their pride.
- Follow @PeteBlackburn, who is second to none with Olympic gifs.
- Japan’s women’s team is impossible to root against.
- Women’s hockey is still safe in the Olympics. PS – WATCH IT, IT’S AWESOME!
- The Penguins had a fantastic opening day, filled with pictures.
- The WBS Penguins will be wearing jerseys celebrating the 1980 Miracle on Ice team.
- A quick “what we learned” from the first full day of men’s hockey.
- Canada is no stranger to slow starts.
From us at The PensNation:
- Annie has provided you with five Letters from Sochi thus far, make sure you keep up!
- The latest podcast was recorded on Thursday night and features Josh Yohe.
- Meesh is a traitor and roots for Team Canada.
- Finally, here are our Olympic predictions.
Keep up the good work, Pens!