With the June 30 deadline to issue qualifying offers to RFAs having passed, a slew of young players have entered the unrestricted free agent pool at the 11th hour. With […]
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After their dominant performances over the Calgary Flames on Thursday, it’s no longer any secret that the Dallas Stars’ Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin combine for one of the […]
Building a hockey team is an inexact science for any general manager. GMs have a variety of ways to reach their ultimate goal (building a Stanley Cup-winning roster) whether they […]
Most of the players who wear a Pens’ sweater deserve to make the honor roll when grading the Pittsburgh Penguins’ forwards. There are a number of forwards having career years. […]
Dustin Jeffrey’s greatest strength is also Dustin Jeffrey’s greatest weakness: versatility.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ trio of Evgeni Malkin, James Neal and Chris Kunitz need to be reunited to clear the fog that has crept its way into the Penguins’ focus. The […]
If I had only one move to make and price to acquire was not a factor, Bryan Allen is the guy I get. He’s the type of depth pickup that will win someone a Stanley Cup.
A look at the variables influencing the future of Paul Martin, prospects Eric Tangradi and Dustin Jeffrey, and the possibility GM Ray Shero could use his stockpile of draft picks to satisfy needs at the trade deadline.
Injuries to James Neal and Jordan Staal have turned the tables on Ray Shero, leaving him in a tough spot with his peers knowing how badly the Penguins will need goal-scoring in the coming weeks.
The Pittsburgh Penguins spent Tuesday off the ice at a team-building event. When they return to practice on Wednesday they’ll be missing three players. Center Mark Letestu was traded to […]
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 […]