The Olympics ended just under two weeks ago, and the NHL’s annual trade deadline came and went on Wednesday at 3pm eastern time. Lots has happened in the past 10 […]
What ownership wants, ownership will get. I’m of course referring to the ownership of the Vancouver Canucks. Who on Wednesday, as one writer said “put the kibosh on any deal […]
Every trade, in any sport; much like every story, has two sides. For the past week I, and most of my colleagues here at The Hockey Writers, have been all […]
How much is Brandon Sutter worth? How much cap space do the Penguins have? Who are other trade options?
Nothing Ray Shero does over the next 48 hours will put Pittsburgh into the class of St. Louis or a handful of others in the Western Conference.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are mistakenly pursuing a trade for Ryan Kesler. He’s a great player, and would add talent to the roster, but acquiring Kesler won’t improve the overall team. His […]
It’s no secret that the Pittsburgh Penguins want to add Vancouver Canucks center Ryan Kesler before the March 5th NHL Trade Deadline. There have been reports that Penguins General Manager, […]
The Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins squaring off on Saturday night will mark the final iteration of the NHL’s 2014 Stadium Series, and constitutes perhaps the most intriguing outdoor matchup […]
I’ve been himming and hawing over potential Penguins’ trades for the better part of the past month now. Just the other day, our very own Mike Colligan wrote a terrific […]
If the Pittsburgh Penguins make another splash at the trade deadline, it should be for a big-name center such as Ryan Kesler.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are without Paul Martin and Kris Letang for a significant period of time. The losses of Martin and Letang complicate the Penguins’ roster decisions. Letang is out indefinitely after […]
Seven Penguins and a coaching staff went to Sochi. Four Penguins will return with medals. It certainly isn’t a bad haul for the group as a whole, but the Penguins […]