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and other arcane bits of knowledge.The Pittsburgh Penguins went into the Stanley
Cup playoffs as one of the teams to beat, and they were, bounced in the first
round by the Philadelphia Flyers. Off-Season Game Plan looks at a Penguins team
that has as much talent as any team in the league, when healthy, so they have to
keep pushing ahead for another championship run. The Penguins have reached the
playoffs in six straight seasons and their 108 points last season was their most
since 1992-1993. With Sidney Crosby healthy down the stretch and into the
playoffs, it looked like the Penguins were set, but a competitive series against
Philadelphia, coupled with disastrous goaltending from Marc-Andre Fleury, ended
the Penguins season early. Pittsburgh acted quickly to address the goaltending
issue, acquiring free-agent-to-be Tomas Vokoun from Washington, then signing him
to a new contract, ostensibly to be Fleurys backup. The rest of Pittsburghs core
is largely intact for next season, though there could be some difficult business
decisions this summer. Crosby and Jordan Staal will be going into the final year
of their respective contracts next season, which could mean different things for
both players. In Crosbys case, hes a force to be reckoned with when healthy and
he proved it again last season when he finally returned to the lineup. The
24-year-old is set for a contract extension but, because of his concussion
troubles over the last couple seasons, it could be a more challenging
negotiation than his last deal. Now, it sure appears that Crosby recognizes his
hockey mortality and how his health cant be taken for granted, which could
prompt him to want a massive long-term deal as a measure of security for his
future. From the Penguins perspective, they obviously want Crosby to stay
healthy and be the premier scorer than hes been throughout his career, but there
is reason to be cautious when the next dangerous hit could be just around the
corner. All that considered, the expectation is that Crosby will work out a new
contract. When it comes to Staal, however, the Penguins may be finding that its
a luxury to have Staal as a third-line centre behind Crosby and Evgeni Malkin,
particularly because it appears that Staal has outgrown that role. Certainly,
the Penguins could find a way to keep Staal and sign him to a new contract as
well, but if there is some doubt about the long-term viability of keeping Staal
in that role, perhaps this summer is the time to explore opportunities. Staal
has said that, if he were to move, that he would prefer to join his brother,
Eric Staal, in Carolina, so that might be the first place to look, but the
challenge facing Ray Shero if hes going to make such a deal is that he has to
bring in players that are ready to play for a Cup contender. Theres no value to
wasting the next couple prime years of Crosby and Malkin while waiting on
prospects to develop. The time, for these Penguins, is now. The TSN.ca Rating is
an efficiency rating based on per-game statistics including goals and assists—
weighted for strength (ie. power play, even, shorthanded)—plus-minus, hits,
blocked shots, giveaways, takeaways, penalty differential and faceoffs. (Stats
are listed in this format: G-A-PTS, /, PIM, GP). Generally, a
replacement-level player is around a 60, a top six forward and top four
defenceman will be 70-plus and the biggest stars will be over 80. Evgeni Malkin
finished at the top of the regular season ratings with a 93.12. Salary cap
information all comes from the indispensable www.capgeek.com. GM/COACH Ray
Shero/Dan Bylsma Returning Forwards Player Rating GP G A PTS
/ Cap Hit
Sidney Crosby 94.22 22 8 29 37 15 $8.7M Evgeni Malkin 92.75 75 50 59 109 +18
$8.7M James Neal 81.88 80 40 41 81 +6 $5.0M Jordan Staal 80.53 62 25 25 50 +11
$4.0M Pascal Dupuis 74.94 82 25 34 59 +18 $1.5M Chris Kunitz 74.51 82 26 35 61
+16 $3.725M Tyler Kennedy 71.74 60 11 22 33 +10 $2.0M Matt Cooke 66.89 82 19 19
38 +5 $1.8M Dustin Jeffrey 58.15 26 4 2 6 4 $575K Joe Vitale 57.35 68 4 10 14
-5 $550K Craig Adams 57.31 82 5 13 18 -6 $675K Free Agent Forwards Player Rating
/ Class 11-12 Cap Hit Steve Sullivan 66.81 79 17 31 48 3 UFA $1.5M
Richard Park 58.23 54 7 7 14 -1 UFA $550K Arron Asham 57.06 64 5 11 16 -5 UFA
$775K This summer brings a complicated issue to the fore in Pittsburgh and that
is, with one year remaining on his contract, it is time to work on a contract
extension for Sidney Crosby. When healthy, Crosby remains the most productive
player in the game, but health is what hangs over everything. Concussion
problems have limited him to 63 (of a possible 164) games in the last two
seasons, yet hes put up 103 points in those 63 games, so the upside is too great
to pass up. No one will fault the Penguins for investing big money in a
long-term deal for Crosby because every other team in the league would do the
same but, until the concussiongs get much further back in the rearview mirror,
there is going to be a hyper-sensitivity about Crosbys health and that means the
next devasating hit, in the blink of an eye, could be season-ending. With those
concerns as the backdrop, the bottom line is that the Penguins can be Stanley
Cup contenders with a healthy Crosby. Coming off a season in which he had his
lowest points-per-game (0.86) of his career and required season-ending knee
surgery in 2010-2011, Evgeni Malkin simply returned to the Penguins lineup, led
the league in scoring with the highest points-per-game (1.45) of his career. Hes
always been a brilliant talent and is one of the handful of players that can
threaten 100 points on an annual basis, so Malkin at full strength takes the
Penguins to a higher level. One way that Malkin lifts this team is through the
production of his wingers and James Neal was a prime beneficiary last season,
scoring a career-high 40 goals and 81 points (this from a player that scored one
goal in 20 games with the Penguins after arriving in a trade from Dallas the
year before). Hes a powerful winger who can finish and thrives alongside a
creative playmaking centre, so his fit alongside Malkin is a natural. While
there is talk of moving Jordan Staal this summer, its entirely understandable if
the Penguins want to find a way to make it work with the 23-year-old who scored
a career-high 50 points, despite playing only 62 games. Staal does the heavy
lifting for the Penguins, taking on the tough checking assignments and starting
more of his shifts in the defensive zone (per www.behindthenet.ca), so he wont
be easy to replace, but long-term value for the Penguins franchise means either
getting Staal signed to an extension this summer or dealing him because, as he
enters the final year of his contract, there is the risk that he could leave at
the end of next season and the Penguins would get nothing in return. Prior to
last season, 33-year-old winger Pascal Dupuis had career-highs of 20 goals and
48 points, set in 2002-2003, with Minnesota. In 2011-2012, thanks to a 17-game
point streak to finish the regular season, Dupuis had his most productive year,
tallying 25 goals and 59 points along with a career-high plus-18 rating. Hes a
solid two-way winger, who gets the benefit of skating alongside Crosby when
Crosby is in the lineup. Chris Kunitz is another Penguins winger who hit
career-best marks with 26 goals and 61 points. His 230 shots on goal were also
easily a career high. Kunitz is a hard worker with some skill and, as such, is a
fine complement to the Penguins skilled centres. A reliable checking winger who
can move up the depth chart when required, Tyler Kennedy doesnt finish like a
scoring winger and that was punctuated by last seasons career-low 5.6% shooting
percentage. However, hes been a relatively productive source of secondary
scoring. One of the biggest surprises of the 2011-2012 season, Matt Cooke scored
a career-high 19 goals and his 38 point total was his most since 2002-2003. What
made Cookes year so surprising, though, is that he finished with just 44 penalty
minutes after recording more than a penalty minute per game in nine of the
previous ten seasons. A forward with good size and at least a rudimentary
offensive game, Dustin Jeffrey has 21 points in 66 career NHL games, playing
about 12 minutes per game. The 24-year-old might be able to rise above a depth
role, but that opportunity is hardly guaranteed to him and it would help if he
could stay healthy enough to get established in the league. Joe Vitale is a
sturdy 26-year-old forward who hasnt scored more than a dozen goals in a season
going back to 2004-2005 in the USHL, so hes not going to be a factor
offensively, but can provide honest, hard-hitting minutes in a checking role.
26-year-old Vitale can be considered a younger version of 35-year-old veteran
Craig Adams, who has been a reliable contributor to the Penguins, missing two
games over the last three seasons. While the Penguins are well-stocked at the
top end of their forward depth chart, they could always bolster their depth with
a couple of veteran checkers. Gregory Campbell and Jim Slater are a couple of
free agent options that could add some toughness and checking skill to the lower
half of the forward depth chart. Returning Defence Player Rating GP G A PTS /

Cap Hit Kris Letang 85.56 51 10 32 42 +21 $3.5M Brooks Orpik 68.10 73 2 16 18
+19 $3. Robert Meachem Jersey. 75M Paul Martin 66.00
73 2 25 27 +9 $5.0M Zbynek Michalek 65.78 62 2 11 13 0 $4.0M Deryk Engelland
63.89 73 4 13 17 +10 $567K Ben Lovejoy 63.44 34 1 4 5 +3 $525K Free Agent
Defence Player Rating GP G A PTS /- Class 11-12 Cap Hit Matt Niskanen 67.37 75
4 17 21 +9 RFA $1.5M Concussions played a big part in Kris Letang missing 31
games last season, yet he remains one of the games most skilled defencemen.
Despite that missed time, hes one of three blueliners (Zdeno Chara and
Alex Pietrangelo are the others) to have at least 90 points and a plus-30 rating
over the past two seasons. Heavy hitter Brooks Orpik played a career-high 22:19
per game last season and turned in the best plus-minus of his career, plus-19,
and that comes while facing the toughest checking assignments night after night.
The Penguins were aggressive to sign Paul Martin as a free agent in the summer
of 2010 and while hes been steady enough, he hasnt been terribly productive,
scoring five goals and 51 points over his two seasons with the Penguins. At his
price tag, the Penguins could use a tad more production from Martin.
Zbynek Michalek sees a similar workload to Orpik; not quite the same level of
competition and ice time, but close. Hes been an even player through two seasons
with the Penguins but, not unlike Martin, is compensated very well despite
minimal offensive production, which included a career-low 13 points last season.
Its taken Deryk Engelland a long time to establish himself as an NHLer since
getting drafted in the sixth round in 2000, but the 29-year-old has (at times,
literally) fought his way up through the organization and he turned in a solid
performance as a third-pair defenceman last season. On the bubble for the last
couple seasons, and injured at times last year, Ben Lovejoy is a decent
puck-moving defenceman who has 25 points and a plus-22 rating in 95 career
games. As an economical number seven on the depth chart, the Penguins could
surely do worse. Matt Niskanen may be a little underutilized, considering that
he had some decent stretches of productivity when injuries allowed him to play a
bigger role (eg. nine points in an eight-game span in December, while playing
more than 21 minutes per game). Assuming that the Penguins get Niskanen under
contract, their blueline is relatively full, which could prompt a trade if there
is a need to make room for a prospect like Simon Despres or Joe Morrow.
Returning Goaltenders Player Rating GP W L OTL GAA SV Cap Hit Tomas Vokoun
73.49 48 25 17 2 2.51 .917 $2.0M Marc-Andre Fleury 70.46 67 42 17 4 2.36 .913
$5.0M Free Agent Goaltender Player Rating GP W L OTL GAA SV
Class 11-12 Cap Hit
Brent Johnson 46.35 16 6 7 2 3.11 .883 UFA $600K Acquired from the Washington
Capitals for a seventh-round pick, then signed to a two-year, $4-million
contract, Tomas Vokoun brings experience and a high level of performance to
Pittsburgh. Vokoun slumped last November (.881 SV% in 10 GP), but it was the
only month all season that his save percentage was below .915 and hes the only
goaltender in the game to have a save percentage over .915 in each of the last
seven seasons, his .921 save percentage in that time ranking fourth behind two
Bruins (Tuukka Rask and Tim Thomas) as well as Nashvilles Pekka Rinne. Its easy
enough to suggest that 35-year-old Vokoun is an upgrade at the backup spot
behind Marc-Andre Fleury, a viable option if Fleury collapses like he did in
last seasons playoffs, but the Penguins may be looking at a more competitive
situation. As it stands now, Vokoun goes into next season as one of the leagues
highest-paid backups (Edmontons Nikolai Khabibulin and the Islanders
Rick DiPietro are contenders for that somewhat dubious honour), making $500,000
more than he did to start for the Capitals last season. That alone doesnt mean
that Vokoun is going to take Fleurys job, but it as an indication that the
Penguins wont feel compelled to play Fleury no matter what. Fleury has been an
okay NHL goaltender for the last five seasons—his .913 save percentage in
that time ranks 25th among goaltenders with at least 100 games played, 18th
among those with at least 200 games—yet his value is generally overestimated,
in large part because of his role in the Penguins 2008 and 2009 playoff runs to
the Stanley Cup Finals. After his performance in the first round against
Philadelphia last season, however, Fleury isnt likely to be overvalued for a
while. His .834 save percentage was the worst among goaltenders to play at least
five games in a playoff season since they started tracking save percentage in
1984. With the Penguins top performers in prime position to win, Pittsburgh can
ill-afford to cast their lot with only Fleury in goal. Top Prospects Player Pos.
Team/League Stats Joe Morrow D Portland (WHL) 17-47-64, +6, 62 GP Simon Despres
D Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AHL) 5-10-15, -5, 44 GP Beau Bennett RW Denver
University (WCHA) 4-9-13, +3, 10 GP Scott Harrington D London (OHL) 3-23-26,
+26, 44 GP Eric Tangradi LW Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AHL) 15-16-31, +1, 37 GP
Tom Kuhnhackl LW Niagara (OHL) 8-21-29, +14, 34 GP Robert Bortuzzo D
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AHL) 3-9-12, +9, 51 GP Brian Strait D
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AHL) 4-12-16, +7, 41 GP Ben Hanowski RW St. Cloud State
(WCHA) 23-20-43, +2, 39 GP Kenny Agostino LW Yale (ECAC) 14-20-34, +10, 33 GP A
first-round pick last summer, Joe Morrow has put in four seasons in the Western
Hockey League, improving every year, and is ready for the pro game. He might
need some time in the AHL, but Morrow could force his way onto the Penguins
roster next season. 2009 first-rounder Simon Despres was pressed into action
with the Penguins, playing protected minutes in his first pro season. The
20-year-old has size and can make a good first pass coming out of his own end.
If Pittsburgh really wants to overhaul their blueline, they could try and
squeeze one or both of Morrow and Despres into the regular rotation next season.
Beau Bennett got off to a good start to his sophomore season, scoring 13 points
in 10 games, before a severed tendon in his wrist put him on the shelf. He has
since signed with the Penguins, so the 20-year-old, drafted in the first round
in 2010, will play pro next season. After such a shortened campaign in
2010-2011, it would make sense for him to start in the AHL to maximize playing
time and get used to the pro grind. A second-round pick in 2011, stay-at-home
defenceman Scott Harrington has improved a lot throughout his junior career and
played at a high level last season, skating for Canada at the World Juniors as
well as for London at the Memorial Cup. Eric Tangradi is a 6-foot-4 winger who
can score (33 goals, 64 points in 79 AHL games over the last two seasons), but
hasnt been able to translate his minor-league production into his stints in the
NHL, managing one goal and five points in 40 career games. The 23-year-old could
be close to breaking through, but if he doesnt next season, will his time as a
top prospect have passed him by? German-born winger Tom Kuhnhackl took a step
back last season, his production dipping after a strong year in Windsor in
2010-2011 and that was due, at least in part, to a 20-game suspension for a head
hit on Kitchener defenceman (and Carolina Hurricanes prospect) Ryan Murphy.
Especially given his lack of production last season, Kuehnhackl could use some
time to develop before worrying about challenging for a job in Pittsburgh. A big
defenceman who isnt afraid to use his size, Robert Bortuzzo earned a six-game
call-up to the Pittsburgh last season and the 23-year-old has put in three years
of solid work in the AHL. With another club, he might have a better shot at a
full-time opportunity in the NHL. Brian Strait is a steady blueliner who, like
Bortuzzo, has played three years in the AHL. Strait also played nine games for
the Penguins last season, plus three more in the playoffs. Theres nothing wrong
with having depth, available to step in when injuries occur and thats about
where 24-year-old Strait fits right now. A winger with good size, Ben Hanowski
had a breakthrough junior season at St. Cloud State, scoring better than a
point-per-game. If he can do it again as a senior, the 2009 third-round pick
should be well-equipped for the pro game. Drafted in the fifth round in 2010,
Kenny Agostino scored just more than a point-per-game as a sophomore with Yale.
Its not the highest level of competition, but his production is promising.
Defencemen Nick DAgostino and Philip Samuelsson offer additional prospect depth.
DRAFT 22nd – Tom Wilson, Tomas Hertl, Henrik Samuelsson FREE AGENCY According to
www.capgeek.com, the Penguins have approximately $61.6M committed to the
2012-2013 salary cap for 19 players. Check out my potential 2012-2013 Penguins
roster on Cap Geek here. Needs: One top nine forward, depth forwards, one top
four defenceman. What I said the Penguins needed last year: Depth forwards. They
added: Steve Sullivan, Richard Park, Joe Vitale. TRADE MARKET Jordan Staal,
Chris Kunitz, Paul Martin, Zbynek Michalek, Matt Niskanen, Ben Lovejoy. Scott
Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at
http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook.
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