It seemed like just last week I was watching in stunned amazement as the Boston Bruins won the Eastern Conference by dismantling the Pittsburgh Penguins in four games, and holding […]
Pittsburgh Penguins News & Opinion
Away we go. Welcome to the first of (hopefully) many editions of the Pittsburgh Penguins-The Hockey Writers Mailbag. This is where you, the fan, can email or tweet any questions […]
When hockey fans think about the Pittsburgh Penguins, they typically think scoring; they think talent; they think explosiveness. In reality, though, the Pens have been more than just an offensive juggernaut over the […]
Constructing an opening day roster for any team can be challenging. When the salary cap drops from a pro-rated level of $70.2 million last season to $64.3 million in 2013-14, […]
One of the biggest criticisms of Pittsburgh coach Dan Bylsma has been his inability to adapt.
Should Team Canada leave Kris Letang off their Olympic Roster? If they did, most hockey fans would be stunned. Letang has every tool in his arsenal to become a Hall of […]
For a club whose history doesn’t go back nearly as far as that of the members of the Original Six, the Penguins certainly have contributed their share of memorable playoff […]
Penguins GM Ray Shero announced on Saturday that goaltender Tomas Vokoun will be out indefinitely after undergoing a procedure to dissolve a blood clot in his pelvis.
To say that Pittsburgh Penguins’ G.M. Ray Shero faced a rocky off-season would be an understatement. With decisions regarding key free agents, contract extensions, and media/fan driven calls for changes both behind […]
Let’s be a little premature in saying the Pittsburgh Penguins will make the playoffs this year. They better make the playoffs or the CONSOL Energy Center may be overthrown by […]
As the 2013-’14 campaign approaches, there is no shortage of uncertainty surrounding the Pittsburgh Penguins. From, “Can Marc-Andre Fleury return to the form of a Stanley Cup champion?” to “Do […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins kicked off their preseason last night in Columbus, falling 5-4 in overtime to the Blue Jackets. Chuck Kobasew, in town on a professional tryout contract, tallied twice […]