After two seasons, the Pittsburgh Penguins are an undefeated 6-0 in preseason play at the Consol Energy Center. Their flawless record will remain intact until at least next fall. Three […]
Mike Colligan is an NHL analyst at Forbes SportsMoney and The Hockey Writers. You can read all of his work at ColliganHockey.com. Email: MJColligan@gmail.com
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If Jack Adams Awards are any indication, recent winners Dan Bylsma and Dave Tippett are two of the best coaches in the NHL today. With training camps set to open […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins signed Jason Williams to a one-year, two-way contract that will pay him $600,000 at the NHL level.
Salary arbitration hearings begin on Wednesday and go through August 4. Many hearings never come to fruition as teams and players are free to negotiate a new contract right up until the hearing takes place.
It’s been 72 hours since the start of free agency and the steady stream of signings has slowed to a drip, but General Managers aren’t quite on vacation just yet. […]
The Russian website sports.ru recently featured a pair of great interviews with Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins as he recovers from knee surgery. Both interviews were conducted in Russian […]
PITTSBURGH – General Manager Ray Shero said he was turning his focus to his own team after removing a one-year, $2m offer to Jaromir Jagr from the table this morning. […]
The start of NHL free agency on Friday was shaping up to be an interesting time, but best of luck to any GM looking to overhaul his roster on July […]
It’s not often that a Rocket Richard Trophy winner hits the open market. Last summer, Ilya Kovalchuk earned $100m after testing the waters of free agency (as well as the […]
Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Ray Shero makes it a point to touch base with the other 29 GM’s around the league at least once a month. Not all executives are […]
May 22 marked the ten-year anniversary of Jaromir Jagr’s last game in a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey. Depending on your ability to manipulate a Google search, you might be able to […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins made their first substantial move of the offseason on Thursday by signing Craig Adams to a two-year contract extension. Including a $300k signing bonus, the new deal […]