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"Even before the playoffs started,
people said we had a bad goalie,
bad defense. We actually accomplished a lot. A lot of people
didn't expect us to go this far."

Darius Kasparaitis



Martin Straka's hat trick on Jan. 8, 2001
was his first three-goal game
since Nov. 28, 1998.

RW Alexei Kovalev is the first Penguins' player
to have consecutive three-goal games since
Mario Lemieux on Oct. 26 and 28, 1995,
against the Islanders and Devils.

All three of Buffalo's winning goals in this series
have been scored by former Penguins Jason
Woolley and Stu Barnes.



  • Jaromir Jagr and Mario Lemieux were
    named finalists for the Hart Trophy
    (MVP) on May 11. The winners for all the awards will be announced June 14 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto (ESPN2, 8 ET).

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Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)
Wheeling (ECHL)

High School

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The last act?
If Jaromir Jagr has truly played his final game with the Penguins, it will be the end of a short-lived era. After Tuesday's series-ending loss to the Devils, it was clear that Lemieux-Jagr of 2001 is far different than Lemieux-Jagr of the early '90s, when the duo won two Stanley Cups together. "I have to do whatever the Pittsburgh Penguins want me to do," said Jagr said, who has two years left on his contract worth $20 million and would have to play wherever the Penguins moved him if they decide to trade him. In fact, most of the roster needs new contracts for next season, so there could be many new faces in Pittsburgh next season.


Jagr snubs reporters, fans at Penguins' final meeting
If this was Jaromir Jagr's last official act as a member of the Penguins, he succeeded in making it a low-profile one. He was the last to arrive for the team's annual end-of-season meeting at Southpointe yesterday, pulling into the parking lot at 12:01 p.m. for a session scheduled to start at noon. On his way into and out of the building, he walked briskly past reporters and a few autograph seekers without comment. As he drove off, a few of the autograph seekers expressed their discontent.

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Hlinka, Patrick to return
Ivan Hlinka, who coached the Penguins to the Eastern Conference finals in his first year, is expected to return next season. General manager Craig Patrick said Thursday that Hlinka will complete the second year of his three-year, $1.8 million contract. The Penguins general manager also said he expects to have no problem negotiating a new deal between himself and the team particularly with owner Mario Lemieux saying it is his No. 1 priority to sign Patrick to a long-term deal. Patrick's five-year contract expires July 1.
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You saw my Pens Brag book. Why not take a look at some of the other people I have met at my My Brag Book. I have some more cool Pictures here.
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