With James Neal and the Penguins off to another fast start, there’s plenty of reason to believe he can finish the ’13 season with the Richard Trophy in tow.
Articles by: James Conley
After last summer’s trades and draft picks, the Penguins seem set to navigate the post-lockout NHL with cap space and Cup talent in equal measure.
Penguins co-owner Ron Burkle will reportedly join the owners delegation in a Tuesday meeting between players and owners. This is the first significant Pittsburgh involvement in the stalled labor dispute […]
Shame on me for ever thinking Donald Fehr and the NHLPA were trying to win hearts and minds while Gary Bettman and NHL owners patiently awaited their payroll kickbacks at […]
It’s not crazy to think the NHL would preside over another season-ending lockout. Given the league’s history, one would be crazy to expect them not to. While the 2012-13 lockout […]
The NHL Players’ Association, led by Executive Director Donald Fehr and supported by a cast of its biggest stars, issued its first proposed version of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ home sellout streak spans five seasons and two arenas. They’ve got the highest local television ratings of any team in the NHL or NBA. They’ve spent to […]
When the Pittsburgh Penguins wrapped up their 2011-12 regular season with a 4-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers, they capped off their finest offensive campaign since the goal-happy seasons of […]
That Sidney Crosby received a monster contract extension, in both term and value, surprised no one. That Penguins GM Ray Shero might continue to break a seven-year ethos of avoiding […]
Sidney Crosby won’t be a free agent this Sunday. If Ray Shero and the Pittsburgh Penguins have their way, Crosby may never be a free agent again. Marian Hossa won’t […]
Pittsburgh’s Evgeni Malkin won his first Hart Trophy as NHL MVP Wednesday night. He joined Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr and Sidney Crosby as the four Penguins to have won the […]
As far as the Pittsburgh Penguins are concerned, any meaningful trade talk in the wake of another postseason letdown will have to be suspended until at least September 15. That’s […]