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Pens record: 36-12-0 Â (72 points) First place in Atlantic Division, First in Eastern Conference, Second in NHL
This season’s fights, in reverse order:
June 4 – Penguins acquired goaltender Tomas Vokoun from Washington in exchange for 2012 7th-round pick.
June 22 – Penguins acquired center Brandon Sutter, a 2012 1st-round pick, and defenseman Brian Dumoulin in a trade for Jordan Staal.
– Acquired goaltender Marc Cheverie, defenseman Harrison Ruopp and a 2012 3rd-round pick in exchange for Zybynek Michalek.
January 24 – Sent Carl Sneep to Dallas for a conditional draft pick.
– Acquired forward Chad Kolarik from New York Rangers in exchange for Benn Ferriero
January 31 – Claimed Zach Boychuk off waivers from Carolina.
February 6 – Traded defenseman Ben Lovejoy to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for a fifth-round choice in the 2014 NHL Draft.
February 13 – Traded Eric Tangradi to Winnipeg in exchange for a seventh-round draft choice in 2013.
February 25 – Signed defenseman Mark Eaton.
March 24 – Penguins traded defenseman Joe Morrow and a 5th-round pick in 2013 to Dallas for forward Brenden Morrow and 3rd-round pick in 2013.
March 25 -Penguins acquired Douglass Murray from San Jose for a 2nd-round pick in 2013 and conditional pick in 2014.
March 28 -Â Pens acquired Jarome Iginla from the Calgary Flames for Pittsburgh’s first round draft pick in 2013, Kenneth Agostino and Ben Hanowski.
April 3 – Pens acquire Jussi Jokinen from Carolina in exchange for a conditional draft pick in 2013.
Pens sent goaltender Patrick Killeen to Columbus for a conditional draft pick.
September 16 – Reigning NHL MVP, Evgeni Malkin, signedÂ with Mettalurg of the Kontinental Hockey League after the NHL imposed a lockout of its players.
September 19Â – The NHL cancelled all of September’s preseason games. Â (The Penguins were scheduled to play Columbus twice, Detroit and Chicago)
September 27 – The NHL cancels the remainder of 2012 preseason.
October 4 – The NHL cancels the first two weeks of the 2012-13 season.
October 26 – NHL cancels all scheduled games through November.
November 2Â – NHL cancels the Winter Classic between the detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs.
November 23Â – NHL cancelsÂ cancels all scheduled games through December 14, including the All-Star Game in Columbus.
December 10 Â – NHL cancelsÂ 104 regular season games scheduled through December 14.
December 20Â Â – NHL cancels games scheduled games through January 14. Â 625 games, or 50.8%, have been cancelled.
January 6Â Â – NHL and NHLPA reach tentative agreement.
January 9Â Â – NHL Board of Governors approves new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
January 12Â Â – NHL Players Associaton approves new Collective Bargaining Agreement, officially ending the lockout.
January 19 – Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 26 of 27 shots to defeat the Flyers to pass Tom BarrassoÂ as the team’s winningest goalie. Â The win was 227th for Fleury.
January 23 – Dan Bylsma ties Red Kelly for second for all-time games coached for Pittsburgh.
January 25 -Â Sidney Crosby is now ranked fourth in all-time scoring for the Pens, with 614 points. 1. Lemieux (1,723) 2. Jagr (1,079) 3. Kehoe (636)
January 27 -Â Evgeni Malkin tiedÂ Rick Kehoe for seventh place on franchise all-time assists list with 324.
January 31 – Tomas Vokoun stopped 28 shots and earned his first shutout with Pittsburgh, the 49th of his career.
February 2 -Â Brandon Sutter scored his first with Pittsburgh and Robert Bortuzzo scored his first NHL goal.
February 3 – Chris Kunitz scored four goals against the Capitals for his second hat trick with Pittsburgh. Â Jaromir Jagr was the last Pittsburgh player to score four goals in a game (10/14/2000).
February 7 – Dylan Reese made his debut in a Penguins uniform in a game against the Washington Capitals. Reese is the fourthÂ native son to play for Pittsburgh.
February 13 – Sidney Crosby’s two assists against Ottawa brings him to 400 for his career. Â It was Crosby’s 448th game, by comparison, Mario Lemieux hit that mark in 353 games.
February 24 – Â Beau Bennett scored his first NHL goal and Sidney Crosby moved to third place on the team’s all-time scoring list.
March 10 – Chris Kunitz scored his second hat trick of the season and had two assists. Â Sidney Crosby had five assists against the NY Islanders.
March 16 – Marc-Andre Fleury is now all-time leader in shutouts in team history with 23, passing Tom Barrasso. Pittsburgh extends winning streak to eight games.
March 28 – Tomas Vokoun gets second shutout of season andÂ 50th in his career Â to become the 26th goalie in NHL history to hit that mark.
March 30 – Vokoun blanks the New York Islanders, for the third-consecutive shutout for the Pens. Â Establishes team record of shutout hockey 208:24 and Vokoun sets individual mark for not allowing a goal, 162:42.
April 9 – The Penguins clinched the Atlantic Division title, with a 5-3 win over Carolina.
April 22 -Â Tomas Vokoun wins game numberÂ 300 and Dan Byslma is the fastest coach to win 200 NHL games.
2012-13 Pittsburgh Penguins
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|15 & 17||Dustin Jeffrey||24||3||3||6||2||-||-||-||-||-|
2012-13 Pittsburgh Penguins Goaltending
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