Anaheim Ducks general manager Bob Murray knew it had to be done. He needed to add to acquire at least one blue liner to help the struggling Ducks defense. Along […]
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There’s a notion in the NHL that to get, you must give, and even sometimes give a lot more than what you’re getting. This season’s trade deadline saw the Anaheim […]
Rumor around Pittsburgh after the Daniel Winnik deal last week was that General Manager Jim Rutherford was done making deals, but would keep the phone on during Monday’s Trade Deadline […]
I’m glad the NHL doesn’t have a ‘Most Improved Player’ award. Unlike the other ‘Big Four’ North American pro sports leagues, the NHL hasn’t followed suit with the MLB, NBA, […]
As Robert Bortuzzo and his fans are quickly learning, depth can be a very complicated topic in the life of an NHL player. Depth charts are created with the idea […]
With Pittsburgh visiting the Jets on Friday, it’s not difficult to imagine a scenario where Tangradi scores a pair of goals to prove that his old team made a mistake.
It is not just the players that have been affected by the NHL lockout. Officials have already handed out five-minute majors and game misconducts, while the league, most notably disciplinarian […]
Before discussing whether Player A would be a good fit with the Penguins or not, we need to evaluate the team’s situation and needs, the supply and demand of the market, and the type of player the Penguins look for.
Colin McDonald knows it won’t be easy to crack a veteran-laden Pittsburgh lineup that’s always looking to add new pieces, but he’s happy to be in a situation where he can develop as a player and someday earn that opportunity full-time.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are off to a strong start despite dealing with a number of big injuries once again this season. They’ve compiled a 9-3-3 record and sit atop the […]
The Pittsburgh Penguins were fairly happy with the result of their three-game Western Canada road swing (Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton).
The first week of the season is becoming an annual tradition of roster complication and chaos for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Front offices around the NHL probably don’t feel bad for […]