Hey folks its no surprise that the Penguins are struggling with all the injuries on defense, and some media pukes are harping about the Penguins burning out before they can defend their Stanley cup championship from a year ago! From a fan’s point of view I see some promising signs.
Sid is killing it, Rust is coming back, Letang, Maata , and Daly are coming back. Perhaps we should let the young guns get more ice time with 6 games left and let guys like Sid, Phil, and Cullen play on the Power play, and in spot duty, but girding the young guns for the upcoming Stanley Cup Battles!!
The goalies will get better, the defense will get an infusion of master talent, and we will have to mold into a juggernaut in the first round, which brings me to my point. If you’re going to be the third seed, then, you might as well slip to the fourth seed and get the young players more ice time so when the playoffs come around in two weeks, they will be on fire!!!
So all you worry warts calm it down and In SID WE TRUST!!!




Frank Corrado: just another call up or is he just what the Penguins need for a more diverse defense group? If you look at Frank Corrado one could easily draw a conclusion, “Just another call up who will soon be back where he belongs!” But I see something more! It’s only been one game, but I like what I saw from Corrado! He’s physical, and that is not a commodity that this team has at the moment. So I went to, “hockey’s future”, which is a great resource for young hockey players, and I took a deeper look at Frank Corrado, or at least what you can look at by numbers. The first number I looked at was when he was drafted, 2011, so he is young, that’s a good number to have. Then, I looked at his experience, 61 NHL games. That is a lot of NHL experience; he’s been there done that and I think he’s hungry for more! Last number that I looked at was the date we required him, it was March 1. We acquired Frank Corrado from the Toronto Maple Leafs back then and it seems to be just the type of defense and we need to look for especially in physical matchup.   Drafted in the fifth round of the 2011 NHL entry draft, Frank was a promising young defenseman, now I’m going on one game here; so, I do take a little bit of caution in saying this, however, I saw physical side to him that I think the Penguins are lacking in the defense of corps. Now the book on him is that he gets the puck out of his own quickly and if you notice that’s what Sullivan is all about in his coaching. They want to utilize their speed in order to do that, you need great defenseman who can skate, pass, and play good defense. At the moment we have cornered the market on offenseive defenseman and I say that even with Derek Pouliott having his troubles yet again. We have, Kris Letang, Mark Streit, and Justin Shultz! We also have great skating defensemen in Olli Maata, Brian Doumalin, and Ian Cole! Corrado is another good skater, he is also a good passer but if he always brings the physical side to his game, we could have a diamond in the rough! Now come tomorrow they will probably either trade him or send him down. But until then I say to Jim Rutherford, if it was him who pulled the trigger on Corrado, well done again sir!