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Old 02-27-2007, 11:49 PM   #1231
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Penguins balk at 1-year extension on arena lease
Pressure builds to reach agreement on new deal


Wednesday, February 28, 2007
By Mark Belko, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Penguins won't accept a one-year lease extension to stay in Pittsburgh, keeping the pressure on state and local leaders to cut a deal for a new arena or face the prospect of losing the franchise to another city.

Today is the last day for the Penguins to exercise an option for the one-year extension under an arrangement with the city-Allegheny County Sports & Exhibition Authority.

But even county Chief Executive Dan Onorato, one of the politicians trying to negotiate a new arena deal with the Penguins, doesn't expect the team to take advantage of the offer. He called the pending deadline "totally irrelevant" to the larger talks.

"To us it's not a big deal because we're negotiating," he said. "We just want them to stay here long-term."

The Penguins declined comment yesterday.

The fact the team won't jump at the extension isn't surprising. It can relocate this summer after its Mellon Arena lease expires June 30. The Penguins likely would want to keep that option open in the event the arena negotiations fall apart.

In addition, accepting an extension to play another season in Pittsburgh would remove some of the leverage the team has in the arena talks. If the team can't reach an agreement here, there's a good chance it will be playing in Kansas City next season, where the rent-free $276 million Sprint Center awaits a hockey franchise.

"I think they want to have that option open to them of moving immediately if they want," said Neil deMause, co-author of "Field of Schemes," a book about stadium financing controversies.

Not accepting the one-year extension "puts the pressure on and makes it look like we're out of here if we don't get a new arena deal," he added.

The Penguins and local and state leaders have been trying to negotiate an agreement for nearly two months now.

Team-co-owner Mario Lemieux emerged from a Jan. 4 meeting to say he was optimistic about the prospects about keeping the franchise here. But talks have moved slowly since then, with the two sides stumbling over issues like development rights to the Mellon Arena site, parking revenues, and the teams' share of the arena cost.

Another issue that has surfaced is what happens if construction costs exceed the amount of money available under Plan B, the funding formula developed to finance a new arena, estimated at $270 million to $290 million.

The Penguins have agreed to cover cost overruns once a guaranteed maximum price has been established. The question is what happens if that price exceeds the Plan B financing, which includes $14.5 million a year for 30 years in slots gambling-related revenues as well as a team contribution.

Gov. Ed Rendell has said he hopes to contain the cost through the design of the building and through a no-strike agreement the city, county and state will seek from the unions to be involved in the project.

Nonetheless, Mr. Onorato said progress is being made. He said the parties are talking just about every day.

"There are constant negotiations and it's all getting closer," he said. "The items where we differ, that list gets smaller and smaller. So it's moving in the right direction."

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Brodeur blanks Penguins, 1-0

New Jersey's Jamie Langenbrunner scores a power-play goal early in the second period, and that's all New Jersey needed as Martin Brodeur bags 12th shutout of season.


Wednesday, February 28, 2007
By Dave Molinari, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Yeah, luck probably had a bit to do with it, just like Sidney Crosby suggested.

If a couple of shots had gone a few centimeters in another direction, or if a bounce had been just a bit more favorable, it might have changed everything.

Funny, though, how often all those variables seem to break New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur's way.

So often that his 1-0 shutout against the Penguins at Mellon Arena last night was Brodeur's 12th of the season, and 92nd in the NHL.

That's a lot of luck.

"He's pretty amazing," Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury said.

Thanks in large part to Brodeur's 31-save performance, the Penguins have lost consecutive games for the first time since Jan. 9-10 and slipped 11 points behind the first-place Devils in the Atlantic Division. They are fifth in the Eastern Conference, three points behind Ottawa and one ahead of Atlanta.

New Jersey has become a near-prohibitive favorite to win the division, although Brodeur cautioned against writing off the Penguins just yet.

"They're going to be a good team all the way through," he said. "So, when you have a chance to gain points on them, it's a big plus."

None of the players the Penguins acquired in trades yesterday -- wingers Gary Roberts and Georges Laraque and defenseman Joel Kwiatkowski -- were available to play last night and, with center Dominic Moore removed from the mix, coach Michel Therrien dressed seven defensemen and 11 forwards.

"I wanted to give a shot to [defenseman Alain] Nasreddine," he said.

He also wanted to give one to Fleury, who had watched Jocelyn Thibault start the previous two games. Fleury responded by stopping 24 of 25 New Jersey shots, earning recognition as the No. 3 star of the game and praise from his coach.

"I was anxious to see how he was going to bounce back, and he was really good," Therrien said. "He was square to the puck and played with a lot of confidence."

Fleury expressed disappointment about the outcome because "you always want to win," but agreed that "it was better than my last couple of games."

Although the Penguins had a 12-8 edge in shots during the first period, the Devils got the most dangerous one when Travis Zajac had a chance from the slot during a power play about 10 seconds before the intermission.

Fleury was able to throw out his right leg to stop Zajac's shot, but the reprieve was short-lived.

The Devils were on the same man-advantage 33 seconds into the second period when Jamie Langenbrunner beat Fleury with a slap shot from the left side of the slot for the only goal.

Fleury said he "didn't see it," and Langenbrunner volunteered that, "sometimes they find their way through."

While the Penguins have a volatile offense, spotting New Jersey even a one-goal lead can be lethal. The Devils are 29-7-3 when getting the first goal.

Brodeur preserved the Devils' advantage by stopping Mark Recchi twice from the lip of his crease with just under eight minutes to go in the period, and Evgeni Malkin came within inches of tying it with 1:09 left, when his shot from the left side glanced off the far post.

Fifty-five seconds into the third, Sergei Gonchar hammered a shot off the right post, and Brodeur was able to cover the rebound before Crosby could pounce on it.

"[Defenseman Colin] White poked it back under him before I got to the puck," Crosby said. "If White doesn't poke that, I bang it in the empty net. That's just the way it went."

Therrien reunited the Malkin-Crosby-Mark Recchi line with about six minutes left in regulation, and the Penguins continued to pressure Brodeur until the waning seconds, but couldn't prevent him from shutting them out for the second time this season and fifth in his career.

"Brodeur, again, was phenomenal," Therrien said.

He also is the biggest reason New Jersey likely will win the division, although the Penguins aren't ready to concede that just yet.

"You can't give up hope," Crosby said. "We have to make sure we get points, no matter where that puts us in the division."

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Penguins bulk up with Roberts, Laraque
John McGourty | NHL.com Staff Writer Feb 27, 2007, 4:38 PM EST

The Pittsburgh Penguins are a bigger, tougher more experienced team today thanks to three deals made before Tuesday?s NHL trade deadline.

Coming to Pittsburgh are forwards Gary Roberts and Georges Laraque and defenseman Joel Kwiatkowski. The Penguins surrendered defenseman Noah Welch in the Roberts trade, AHL prospect Dan Carcillo and a third-round pick in 2008 for Laraque and a 2007 fourth-round pick for Kwiatkowski. In addition, the Penguins sent forward Dominic Moore to the Minnesota Wild for a 2007 third-round pick. Pittsburgh also swapped a seventh-round pick in 2007 to the San Jose Sharks for goalie Nolan Schaefer.

At 6-foot-2, 210 pounds, Roberts is a dynamic and physical player who will add to the Penguins' leadership and scoring. Roberts, 40, has 13 goals and 16 assists for 29 points in 50 games with Florida this season. He ranked fourth on the Panthers with a plus-5 rating. In 19 NHL seasons, Roberts has posted 424 goals and 451 assists for 875 points in 1,137 games. He is plus-248 for his career. He has also sat for 2,467 penalty minutes.

In Welch, the Panthers receive a 6-foot-4, 218-pound defenseman who was selected in the second round of the 2001 Entry Draft by the Penguins. He has a goal and an assist in 22 games for Pittsburgh this season.

Roberts, who won the Stanley Cup with the 1989 Calgary Flames in his third NHL season, waived a no-trade clause to join the Penguins.

Laraque is expected to add protection for young stars like Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, who have operated without a bodyguard most of the season.

In Laraque, the Penguins now have the elite bodyguard in the League who can put the puck in the net as well as he can drop the gloves. In 56 games this season with the Coyotes, the 30-year-old enforcer had five goals and 22 points to go with 52 penalty minutes.

The 6-foot-3, 243-pound Laraque has played in 546 NHL games and has 48 goals and 133 points and 878 PIMs. In 36 career playoff games, he has three goals, nine points and 64 minutes in the box. Laraque played in 15 games in the playoffs last year with Edmonton, a team that advanced all the way to the Stanley Cup Final.

Kwiatkowski will add depth to the Penguins back line. In 41 games with the Florida Panthers, Kwiatkowski scored five goals and five assists and was a minus-5.

The Penguins were the second-worst team in the NHL a year ago, but have bonded well under the direction of new GM Ray Shero and coach Michel Therrien. They are nine points behind the Atlantic-leading New Jersey Devils and five points ahead of the third-place New York Islanders. The Islanders are one point behind Carolina for the eight seed in the East, so the Penguins don't have a big comfort zone.

Numbers alone don't tell the Gary Roberts story.

Roberts is the personification of the player you want on your side or hate to play against. He is rabid in his intensity and finishes his many, many checks. He knows a few verbal ways to get opponents off their game, as well.

Roberts suffered a broken neck during the 1994-95 season. He returned late the next year and re-injured his neck, causing him to miss the entire 1996-97 season. Roberts resumed his career with a newfound emphasis on nutrition and conditioning. He has become a guru on those subjects to his teammates as well as a willing instructor to younger players.

While the Penguins expect production from Roberts through the end of the season and into the playoffs, they're also expecting the fiery, steely eyed leadership that Roberts and Laraque provide. The Penguins, who have played the season without a designated team captain, boast a corps of young stars that includes forwards Crosby, Malkin, Colby Armstrong, Jordan Staal and Maxime Talbot, defenseman Ryan Whitney and goalie Marc-Andre Fleury who can all benefit from observing Roberts' game preparation and intensity.

Roberts played for the Hurricanes from 1997-2000 and it was there that he re-established his career after the neck injury. It was also in Carolina that he added to his reputation as a leader that other players are willing to follow.

Roberts signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent in 2000 and the North York, Ontario, native had four exciting seasons under the coaching of Pat Quinn. Although he missed the first 57 games of the 2002-03 after shoulder surgery, Roberts led the Maple Leafs into the playoffs all four seasons. They went to the Eastern Conference Final in 2001-02, where the Leafs were defeated by the Hurricanes in a six-game series that included three overtime games and two other one-goal games.

Roberts has played the past two seasons for the Panthers. He was signed along with longtime friend and Calgary Stanley Cup winner Joe Nieuwendyk. But Nieuwendyk was plagued by back problems and retired earlier this season.

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"There are constant negotiations and it's all getting closer," he said. "The items where we differ, that list gets smaller and smaller. So it's moving in the right direction."

Sounds good to me. Keep working it out guys and let's start getting this deal wrapped up.
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They FELL SHORT. 1-0.
Yeah they did. When Brodeur is on his game there isn't all that much you can do. We were getting very good opportunities, but when Marty is on his game it's not going to be easy. The Devils may just be (are in my opinion), the only team in the NHL where you have to worry about losing a game 1-0.

On a positive note, I was refereshed to see the team play ten times better than they did against Tampa Bay. I feel Fleury bouncing back from his benching and playing a solid game in net is huge.

See what we can do against NYR.

While I'm not crazy about the trades, welcome to the Pittsburgh Penguins organization Gary Roberts, Georges Laraque, Joel Kwiatkowski and Nolan Shaefer. Good luck to you all.

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"There are constant negotiations and it's all getting closer," he said. "The items where we differ, that list gets smaller and smaller. So it's moving in the right direction."

Sounds good to me. Keep working it out guys and let's start getting this deal wrapped up.
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GIT R DONE
Amen. I also liked this part of the article.....

"Nonetheless, Mr. Onorato said progress is being made. He said the parties are talking just about every day."

That's very good news in my opinion. Some feel just because they don't get a daily update from KDKA, WTAE, FSN, WPXI, PPG or Trib involving the negotiation talks that nothing at all is happening behind closed doors. They don't hear something for a week or two and they go in code red mode.
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Roberts joins Penguins' top line

By Karen Price
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Thursday, March 1, 2007

NEW YORK - Penguins coach Michel Therrien cautioned against paying too much attention to his line combinations at practice Wednesday.

With two new forwards and a defenseman added to the team Tuesday before the NHL's trading deadline, Therrien said he'll likely do some experimenting in order to find the right blend.

But this much is certain: Gary Roberts, whom general manager Ray Shero acquired from the Florida Panthers for defensive prospect Noah Welch, will start tonight's game against the New York Rangers on the top line with Sidney Crosby and Mark Recchi.

"I can't believe I'm playing with those slugs, but it'll be OK," Roberts, 40, said jokingly after his first practice with the team at Mellon Arena. "Truthfully, I'm thrilled to have an opportunity to play with a kid like Crosby and obviously Recchi, I've known him and played against him for years and I know the kind of competitor he is. I'm really excited about the opportunity and hopefully I can help them out a bit."


The Penguins (33-20-9) could use some help of late.

Heading into tonight's game, they've lost three out of their past four following a torrid 14-0-2 streak. They were shut out, 1-0, by the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night and suffered one of their worst defeats of the season, a 5-1 loss Sunday to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

"We're having a hard time (scoring) goals," Therrien said. "We're getting some chances, but we need more contribution offensively. If you don't score at least three goals, it's tough to win and lately we haven't been scoring three goals."

Ryan Malone, who was playing on Crosby's left side, will replace Jordan Staal on the second line. Staal moves to a line with Maxime Talbot and Colby Armstrong. Newcomer Georges Laraque, who spent yesterday traveling and joined the team in New York, will play with Erik Christensen and Jarkko Ruutu.

Newly acquired defenseman Joel Kwiatkowski, who also joined the team in New York, will not play tonight. Therrien said he wanted to give him a few days to practice with the team before inserting him into the lineup.

Roberts played most of the past two seasons in Florida on a line with Olli Jokinen. But whether it's Jokinen, Joe Nieuwendyk with the Calgary Flames, Ron Francis with the Carolina Hurricanes or Mats Sundin with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Roberts has a long history of playing alongside skilled players.

"I know I'm going to be in the corners, strong on the forecheck, trying to create some loose pucks, trying to get Sid and Mark the puck and go to the net," Roberts said. "Sid likes to handle the puck, he's obviously very creative, and I'm going to try to create some room for him and try to get to the net and pick up some garbage."

Crosby could use some more room on the ice.

Although he has 18 assists in his past 14 games and points in all but three of those games, Crosby has only one goal during that span.

Whether Roberts' presence will help is a question that may be answered tonight. If he's not a fit, Therrien may go back to the drawing board as early as Friday because, as he pointed out, he doesn't have that much time left to find the right combinations before the playoffs.

The Penguins have 20 games left in the regular season and play 17 games in March, more than any other NHL team.

"If we see the chemistry's not there, we don't have six months," Therrien said. "So we're going to have to make decisions really quick."

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Finally, a decent story about the value of an enforcer...

Pens get serious about toughing it out down the stretch

By Mike Prisuta
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Georges Laraque is so accomplished at what he does that he can turn a hockey fight into an invitation-only affair.

The Penguins have never seen anything like this guy.

It could be that the NHL never before has, either.

But don't take my word for it.

Instead, visit YouTube.com and keep searching until you find the video of Laraque's bout with Los Angeles Kings tough guy Raitis Ivanans on Nov. 30, 2006. Laraque was wearing a microphone at the time, so there is audio, as well.

That'll reveal all you need to know about Laraque prior to his Penguins debut tonight against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

Laraque, 6-foot-3 and 243 pounds, and Ivanans, 6-4, 250, position themselves for a faceoff.

"Want to?" Laraque asks, as innocently as if he were asking Ivanans to go out for a drink after the game. "OK? Good luck, man."

Then, the puck is dropped and the two have at it.

Laraque wins again.

"I think he's recognized by everybody as the toughest player in the league," Pens general manager Ray Shero said upon acquiring Laraque on Tuesday. "He's got that respect."

And now the Pens will have it.

The moral debate regarding fighting in the game can rage on ad nauseam. But as things stand now, fighting is both allowed and encouraged.

Laraque serves a purpose along those lines and has all the way back to his days in the QMJHL.

He was acquired by Granby in 1995-96, and Granby went on to win the Memorial Cup.

Granby's coach was Michel Therrien, who apparently felt he needed a physical presence to give his team every chance to compete for the championship.

This season's Penguins clearly had that in common with the 1995-96 Granby Predateurs.

"When you want to build a house and you look in your toolbox, sometimes you're missing some tools," Therrien said following practice Wednesday.

The Pens are missing one less today.

The Pens have a hammer.

The Pens have a sledgehammer.

The Pens have a jackhammer.

For the first time in their history, the Penguins possess the NHL's reigning heavyweight champion.

It would have been better to land a true power forward or a top-four defenseman.

Failing that, Shero has acquired "a presence" (the unanimous characterization of Laraque).

After further review, that might be the next best thing.

Laraque figures he'll fit right in. He told the Arizona Republic that the Penguins "have a lot of young stars who are getting abused and they need somebody to address that."

The brightest of those stars, Sidney Crosby, disagreed with Laraque's assessment but did so diplomatically.

"Honestly, I never feel like I'm getting abused or anything like that," Crosby said. "In some people's eyes, maybe that's the way it seems, but to me that's the way I've grown up playing, that's the way it's always been."

Crosby's periodic verbal assaults on officials suggest deep down he believes that isn't necessarily the way it ought to be.

And he certainly isn't about to turn down whatever help he gets from Laraque as it relates to perceived on-ice muggings.

"Guys are going to do what they're going to do," Crosby said. "But to have someone there looking out for you is gonna be nice, too."

Opponents must now respect that like never before against the Penguins.

Those that don't are destined to receive a personal invitation to reconsider.

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Pens' Therrien will start Fleury tonight

By The Tribune-Review
Thursday, March 1, 2007

Coach Michel Therrien said Marc-Andre Fleury will start in goal tonight against the Rangers, but he didn't name a goaltender for Friday's game against the Carolina Hurricanes.

• With the addition of 40-year-old Gary Roberts to his line with 39-year-old Mark Recchi, Sidney Crosby is anchoring two guys who are old enough to be his dad.

"Last year was kind of like that, too," said Crosby, 19. "Age doesn't matter. It's fun to play with two guys who have that much experience."

• Newcomer Georges Laraque should act as a deterrent against cheap shots at Crosby, but while his presence will be appreciated, Crosby said he doesn't necessarily think he's been "abused" this year.

"No more than expected," Crosby said. "It's part of the game."

• Crosby remains just three points shy of 100 on the season and one point shy of 200 for his career.

• Ryan Malone said he wasn't necessarily surprised to be moved off the top line with Crosby and Recchi to make way for Roberts, but he was surprised to replace Jordan Staal on the second line with Evgeni Malkin.

"Staal's been playing great, and I thought me, (Maxime Talbot) and (Colby Armstrong) played well when we have played together in the past," Malone said.

• Defenseman Ryan Whitney did not practice again yesterday because of a sore wrist. He missed Monday's practice for the same reason.

• Quotable: "I got a lot of high-fives and hugs when I was still here for (Tuesday) night's game, so that's a good thing, I guess."
- Ryan Malone, whose name was in the rumor mill prior to the trade deadline.

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