Pens Labyrinth Daily: Alternate History, Carl Hagelin, Ron Hainsey

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Pens Labyrinth Daily: What might have happened if the Pens drafted Bobby Clarke, Carl Hagelin’s prediction profile for the 2017-18 season, Ron Hainsey’s day with the Cup and more!

Good morning, Penguins fans! Grab your coffee and enjoy all the trending Penguins news straight from Pittsburgh and from around the league.

27 days from now, the Pittsburgh Penguins will take the ice for their first preseason game on Sept. 19 against the Buffalo Sabres at KeyBank Center. No worries, though, the Pens will hit home ice the following day, Sept. 20, against the Detroit Red Wings.

Pittsburgh Penguins Daily:

What if the Penguins Drafted Bobby Clarke?

The Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers have always been rivals. In Yahoo Sports’ take on alternate history, it is explored what would have happened if the Pens drafted Flyers’ captain Bobby Clarke? [Yahoo Sports]

2017-18 Player Profile: Carl Hagelin

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has been profiling players in anticipation of the 2017-18 season. This time, speedy forward Carl Hagelin was profiled in anticipation of another solid season.  Despite having a career low in terms of points, Hagelin is a smart and speedy forward who is offensively gifted. Hags is definitely headed for a big season in 2017-18. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Ron Hainsey‘s Day With the Cup

Ron Hainsey finally had his day with the Stanley Cup and celebreated it the same way he did last year. Carter Wolfe, the same precious toddler who fought nap time to sit in the Cup last year, avoided nap time to sit in the Cup for a consecutive Summer. []

Five Reasons the Pittsburgh Penguind Will ‘Three-Peat’

A lot of Pittsburgh fans are positive that the Penguins have a very good chance of repeating as Stanley Cup champs. Now, here are five reasons that this ‘three-peat’ dream can be a reality. [Fansided]

From Around the League:

Nashville Predators Want Home Ice in Playoffs

The Nashville Preds want to turn attack the playoffs with everything they have this season. After falling to the Penguins in the Stanley Cup Final, the Preds want to do their best to get every advantage they can for their playoff run this season. [Predlines]

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