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Old 09-19-2010, 06:57 PM   #4
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Default Re: Pens Training Camp is Under Way!

Day 2 of training camp

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Penguins Report: Training Camp Day 2
Sunday, 09.19.2010 / 8:00 AM / Penguins Report
By Sam Kasan
That's a wrap. Day 2 of training camp is in the books. Here is the skinny from the day:

- The Tangradi-Comrie-Malkin line looked great at their first scrimmage (2:36 PM).
- Group B finished a perfect 2-0 in camp scrimmages following a 2-1 shootout win over Group C. Mark Letestu was again the hero of the day. A few other observations from the scrimmage at (11:26 AM).
- Sunday was Dan Bylsma's 40th birthday (2:34 PM).
- Brooks Orpik talked about his health after summer surgery (12:59 PM).
- Bylsma pinpointed a few players that have impressed him in camp thus far (1:18 PM).
- Evgeni Malkin is taking on a more leadership role by talking with the media (1:33 PM).
- The fans once again lined up early to see their favorite team practice (9:17 AM).
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2:36 PM:
Jason Seidling took a look at how the Eric Tangradi - Mike Comrie - Evgeni Malkin line has looked in camp so far. Spoiler alert - the answer is pretty good.
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2:34 PM:
Sunday was head coach Dan Bylsma's 40th birthday. A couple of the players thought about pulling some Bday pranks. See how that turned out here.
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1:37 PM:
Prior to their practice session a few Pens players, including forward Chris Kunitz and defenseman Zbynek Michalek, took time to meet with some fans at CONSOL Energy Center.
Much, much more pics, quotables and vids here...http://penguins.nhl.com/club/news.ht...id=DL|PIT|home

I'm loving these training camp articles so far!
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