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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Pens hope to cut back on penaltiesin any situation, especially on the power play. “They have the most goals, rig
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
in any situation, especially on the power play. “They have the most goals, right now, in the league,” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said Wednesday at the Toyota SportsPlex. “I know their power play is really good, so we’re going to have to... Read more
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Times Leader
WBS Pens’ rookie Adam Johnson enjoyed first 3-in-3 weekendwho had three goals and five points, Thomas Di Pauli (goal, assist) and Lukas B
Times Leader / Posted yesterday
who had three goals and five points, Thomas Di Pauli (goal, assist) and Lukas Bengtsson (three assists). Head coach Clark Donatelli said aside from a few mental mistakes his young players did well in their first three-in-three. “They got... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Penguins handle CrunchPenguins taking the ice for the third time in three days, Sunday’s game against
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Penguins taking the ice for the third time in three days, Sunday’s game against Syracuse was an opportunity for head coach Clark Donatelli to plug some different names into his lineup. Forward Gage Quinney made the most of his American Hockey... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Penguins handle Crunchthe ice for the third time in three days, Sunday’s game against the Syracuse Cr
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 4 days ago
the ice for the third time in three days, Sunday’s game against the Syracuse Crunch was an opportunity for head coach Clark Donatelli to plug some different names into his lineup. One of those was forward Gage Quinney, who happened to be... Read more
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Times Leader
Sprong and Quinney lead WBS Penguins over Syracusequick goal gave the Penguins an early lead and put any thoughts of fatigue on t
Times Leader / Posted 4 days ago
quick goal gave the Penguins an early lead and put any thoughts of fatigue on the back-burner. “It’s key,” said head coach Clark Donatelli of the early goal. “Always getting that first one, especially in the three-in-three, you get it off your back... Read more
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Times Leader
Penalties doom the WBS Pens in 3-2 loss to Lehigh Valleysuccess doomed the Penguins, who lost to the Phantoms 3-2 on Saturday in the se
Times Leader / Posted 5 days ago
success doomed the Penguins, who lost to the Phantoms 3-2 on Saturday in the second game of a three-in-three. Head coach Clark Donatelli said penalties — the Penguins (1-2-0-0) were called for six — and a failure to harness momentum did his team... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Sports - The Times-Tribunepower-play chances to pick up his second career shutout. “I just thought we ma
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
power-play chances to pick up his second career shutout. “I just thought we managed the puck well,” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said. “Our forecheck was going, our puck placement was a lot better. I thought our shift management was... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Pens set for busy weekend with Phantoms, Crunchbounce back from Saturday’s 5-2 loss to Charlotte. When asked what he hoped to
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
bounce back from Saturday’s 5-2 loss to Charlotte. When asked what he hoped to see improve this weekend, head coach Clark Donatelli had a laundry list of items that included special teams — specifically, the power play — overall discipline,... Read more
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Times Leader
Dylan Zink hopes to crack WBS Pens defense corps with power play timeof three games in three days coming up, so it’s likely Zink will have an opport
Times Leader / Posted 9 days ago
of three games in three days coming up, so it’s likely Zink will have an opportunity to step into the lineup. Head coach Clark Donatelli wouldn’t say which of the three players would get a shot this weekend, but he did speak highly of Zink,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Pens’ depth tested earlythat original depth may be face its first test over the next few days. “It hap
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
that original depth may be face its first test over the next few days. “It happens, you know,” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said Monday at the Toyota SportsPlex. “You think you’ve got too many (to begin the season) ... but that’s why... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Pens drop openernot capitalize on enough of their chances in a penalty-filled contest. “We’ve
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 11 days ago
not capitalize on enough of their chances in a penalty-filled contest. “We’ve got to be disciplined,’’ Penguins coach Clark Donatelli said. “You can’t be taking offensive zone sticking penalties. We just took too many, got out of rhythm.... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Penguins drop openercould not capitalize on enough of their chances in a penalty-filled contest. “
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
could not capitalize on enough of their chances in a penalty-filled contest. “We’ve got to be disciplined,” Penguins coach Clark Donatelli said. “You can’t be taking offensive zone sticking penalties. We just took too many, got out of rhythm.... Read more
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Times Leader
Mistakes lead to a 5-2 loss for WBS Pens in season openerWILKES-BARRE TWP. — Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli w
Times Leader / Posted 12 days ago
WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli would’ve liked to have seen how his team performs at even strength, but he got plenty of looks at the power play and penalty kill during Saturday’s season opener against... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Pedan hoping to fit in with PensPedan said Friday at Mohegan Sun Arena, “but I’m just trying to work on being s
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 13 days ago
Pedan said Friday at Mohegan Sun Arena, “but I’m just trying to work on being solid on defense.” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said Pedan will fit in with the team because he is tough and a good skater. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
WBS Penguins: Young players ready to provide offensestrength and the speed in his game to keep up with the grind of a full season.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
strength and the speed in his game to keep up with the grind of a full season. It has worked so far. Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said the Northeastern University product tested very well over the summer, and he thinks the forward’s short... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Penguins preview:even — to share the spotlight, and that’s a testament to their commitment as pl
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
even — to share the spotlight, and that’s a testament to their commitment as players, according to Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli. He knows on any given night, Jarry or DeSmith will give the team a great chance to win. And with the depth... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
HOT PROSPECTSand the speed in his game to keep up with the grind of a full season. It has se
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
and the speed in his game to keep up with the grind of a full season. It has seemingly worked so far. Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said the Northeastern University product tested very well over the summer, and he thinks the forward’s short... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Sports - The Times-Tribunestrength and the speed in his game to keep up with the grind of a full season.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
strength and the speed in his game to keep up with the grind of a full season. It has worked so far. Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said the Northeastern University product tested very well over the summer, and he thinks the forward’s short... Read more
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Times Leader
Tom Sestito happy to return to WBS Penguinslast season, a total he amassed in only 33 games. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is hap
Times Leader / Posted 16 days ago
last season, a total he amassed in only 33 games. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is happy to have Sestito back as well. He ad coach Clark Donatelli said the veteran winger adds a number of elements to the team and also increases the leadership group in the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Penguins down Binghamtonthe one that will take the ice in next weekend’s season-opener. “I thought we
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
the one that will take the ice in next weekend’s season-opener. “I thought we came out hard,” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said. “Our systems and our structure. I thought we played with pace. We were fast. I thought special teams... Read more
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Times Leader
Barre/Scranton Penguins beat Binghamton 6-2 in preseasonto Hershey on Saturday to face the Bears. • Tinordi left the game in the secon
Times Leader / Posted 20 days ago
to Hershey on Saturday to face the Bears. • Tinordi left the game in the second period and didn’t return. Penguins coach Clark Donatelli didn’t have an update on his condition. • Goaltender Tristan Jarry played the entire game and Casey DeSmith... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Penalties sink Penguins against Hersheytaking the offensive to tie the score. “Those penalties were because we were l
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
taking the offensive to tie the score. “Those penalties were because we were losing 1-on-1 battles,” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said. “I think the biggest lesson for some of these guys is they gotta be in better shape. “I thought we... Read more
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Times Leader
Barre/Scranton Penguins drop preseason opener to HersheyPenguins, Hershey dressed several, including Dustin Gazley, Jeremy Langlois, Ma
Times Leader / Posted 22 days ago
Penguins, Hershey dressed several, including Dustin Gazley, Jeremy Langlois, Matt Carey and Garrett Mitchell. Head coach Clark Donatelli suggested the game was a wake up call for many of the younger players. “They have to get their feet wet.... Read more
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Times Leader
Tom Mele blazing an unconventional path through the pro hockey ranksnow he has a clean slate with the Pittsburgh organization. “The first meeting
Times Leader / Posted 22 days ago
now he has a clean slate with the Pittsburgh organization. “The first meeting I had here, (Wilkes-Barre/Scranton coach) Clark Donatelli stressed that we don’t care where you come from and we don’t care how old you are. If you can help our team... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Sports - The Times-Tribunecandidates for final roster spots and key roles. “It’s good to watch these guy
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
candidates for final roster spots and key roles. “It’s good to watch these guys (in game situations),” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said. “Going forward playing against other teams — it’s a step up.” Roster revamp Smith, Miletic and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
WBS PENS: Quinney, Wydo trying to prove they belongand continued to impress the coaching staff. “He even looks different; he’s ch
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
and continued to impress the coaching staff. “He even looks different; he’s changed his whole body,” Penguins head coach Clark Donatelli said of Quinney. “He’s been steady. He’s been real consistent in his play.” The 5-foot-11 Quinney has always... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
WBS PENS: Local product Skudalski at team's training campKnight — along with more than two dozen other invitees — ran through myriad dri
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
Knight — along with more than two dozen other invitees — ran through myriad drills for around two hours, as head coach Clark Donatelli and his staff began to piece together their depth chart for the rest of camp. “Overall, I thought it was... Read more
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