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Penguins A to Z: Brian Boyle was a worthwhile experiment

With the Penguins’ 2021-22 season coming to a quick ending in the first round of the playoffs, the Tribune-Review will offer Penguins A to Z, a player-by-player look at all 54 individuals signed to an NHL contract — including those whose deals do not begin until the 2022-23 season — with the organization, from mid-level prospect Niclas Almari to top-six winger Jason Zucker.
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Penguins' Brian Boyle has knee surgery ahead of free agency

The New York Rangers rallied back from a 3-1 series deficit to defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 in overtime of Sunday's Game 7, advance in the postseason tournament and send the Penguins to their fourth consecutive first-round playoff exit. Pittsburgh was without veteran center Brian Boyle for that contest because...
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Forward Brian Boyle Undergoes Successful Knee Surgery

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Brian Boyle underwent successful knee surgery today, it was announced by general manager Ron Hextall. The procedure on Boyle's left knee was performed by team physician Dr. Dharmesh Vyas at UPMC Presbyterian-Shadyside. Boyle, who was injured on May 13 in Game 6 against the New York Rangers,...
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Penguins' Brian Boyle has successful knee surgery

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Forward Brian Boyle underwent successful knee surgery after he was injured in Game 6, the Penguins announced Monday. The Penguins said the procedure on Boyle's left knee was done by team physician Dr. Dharmesh Vyas at UPMC Presbyterian-Shadyside. Boyle was hurt in Friday's playoff game against the...
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Pens forward Brian Boyle recovering from knee surgery

Pittsburgh Penguins forward Brian Boyle underwent a successful surgery on his knee, the team's general manager said Monday. Ron Hextall said the procedure on Boyle’s left knee was performed at UPMC Presby. The expected recovery time is six weeks. Video above: Penguins fall to Rangers in overtime. Boyle was...
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Penguins' Brian Boyle: Has knee procedure Monday

Boyle underwent surgery on his left knee Monday and is facing a six-week recovery timeline. Boyle was labeled week-to-week by the team ahead of Game 7 versus the Rangers on Sunday, so his procedure shouldn't come as a surprise. The veteran center made 66 appearances for the Penguins during the regular season this year in which he registered 11 goals, 10 assists and 87 shots despite averaging just 10:47 of ice time. If Boyle wants to extend his NHL career, he should be able to secure a contract during the offseason, possibly with the Penguins.
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Penguins forward Brian Boyle week-to-week with lower-body injury

As the Penguins gear up for a do-or-die final game in their series against the New York Rangers, they will be without one of their more important bottom-sixers. Veteran Brian Boyle, whose play after not playing all of last season has been one of the best stories all year, is out week-to-week with a lower-body injury, as relayed by NHL.com’s Dan Rosen.
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Brian Boyle Out Week-To-Week

As the Penguins gear up for a do-or-die final game in their series against the New York Rangers, they will be without one of their more important bottom-sixers. Veteran Brian Boyle, whose play after not playing all of last season has been one of the best stories all year, is out week-to-week with a lower-body injury, as relayed by NHL.com’s Dan Rosen.
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Penguins' Brian Boyle: Week-to-week

Boyle (lower body) is week-to-week and will not play in Game 7 against the Rangers on Sunday. Even if the Penguins are able to advance to Round 2, Boyle may not be able to suit up given his new return timeline. The veteran managed a pair of assists across 10:15 of average ice time in the first six games of the series before suffering the injury Friday.
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Penguins' Brian Boyle: Suffers injury Friday

Boyle is being evaluated for a lower-body injury after leaving early during Friday's loss to the Rangers, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports. Boyle left after registering just 1:25 of ice time during the first period. The 37-year-old notched two assists while averaging 12:01 of ice time through the first five games of the series. An update on his status should be available before Game 7 on Sunday.
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Penguins' Brian Boyle: Provides helper Saturday

Boyle logged an assist and two blocked shots in Saturday's 7-4 win over the Rangers in Game 3. Boyle set up the second of Evan Rodrigues' pair of goals in the first period after forcing a turnover. This was Boyle's first point in three playoff contests this year, and he's added six blocked shots and four shots on net from a fourth-line role. The 37-year-old had 21 points in 66 regular-season outings, but he's more of a defensive presence than a scoring threat.
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